Hillary Clinton has agreed to turn over her private email server to the Justice Department, though it may not be worth much to investigators. As the Hill reports, it's not clear whether any of the emails that Clinton deleted after deeming them private can be recovered. She says she already has turned over the rest of the emails, related to her work as secretary of state. A spokesperson says Clinton also will turn over a thumb drive that has copies of the latter emails.
Meanwhile, McClatchy reports on another complication: The intelligence community's inspector general told members of Congress "that two of four classified emails discovered on the server Clinton maintained at her New York home contained material deemed to be in one of the highest security classifications—more sensitive than previously known." The story says that some of Clinton's top aides are being drawn into the investigation. (Read more Hillary Clinton stories.)