There will never be an end to Hillary Clinton email controversy.
In an unprecedented public statement on Tuesday morning, FBI Director James Comey, who started his career in government law enforcement as a Republican-appointed US attorney, declared that his bureau had concluded -- after a painstaking investigation of Clinton's handling of her emails when she was secretary of state -- that no criminal charges ought to be brought in the case. He noted that the final call was up to career prosecutors in the Justice Department. No doubt, the FBI's recommendation will carry much weight in any further deliberations.
Comey revealed that the FBI had found no evidence of "intentional" wrongdoing: no destruction of emails for nefarious reasons, no purposeful attempt to skirt classification rules, no effort to hide information from the public or investigators. (And nothing about Benghazi.) And he went on to say: