The renewed FBI interest in Hillary Clinton's emails, which pressured stocks on Friday, is an "October surprise" that could throw the electoral race off course, according to a team of Citi analysts. (CNBC)
The FBI obtained a warrant to search emails related to the investigation of Clinton's private server that were discovered on ex-congressman Anthony Weiner's laptop, the estranged husband of top Clinton aide Huma Abedin. (NBC News)
Senate Democratic leader Harry Reid said FBI Director James Comey's actions so close to the election may have violated the Hatch Act, a law bars government officials from using their authority to influence voting. (NBC News)
Federal agents are getting ready to parse through roughly 650,000 emails on Weiner's computer to try to determine how many relate to the private server Clinton used while serving as secretary of State. (WSJ)
Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook, appearing on NBC's "Meet the Press" Sunday, called on the FBI to share any unreleased information relating to the Clinton email investigation.
With at least 21 million early votes already cast, the fallout from Clinton's new email woes may be mitigated. In some swing states like Florida, Colorado and Nevada close to a quarter of the electorate has already voted. (NY Times)
Donald Trump said at a Las Vegas rally held in one of conservative casino magnate Sheldon Adelson's ballrooms: "We never thought we were going to say thank you to Anthony Weiner." (NBC News)
Billionaire Peter Thiel