From CNN: There’s never been a major party nominee under FBI investigation leading up to the election before (CNN). From House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes: “I just don’t see Director Comey opening this case back up 11 days before the election unless it is quite serious” (Washington Examiner). From one story: James Comey’s decision to revive the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email server and her handling of classified material came after he could no longer resist mounting pressure by mutinous agents in the FBI, including some of his top deputies, according to a source close to the embattled FBI director (Daily Mail). Another story notes “It is unclear why – given the Clinton email team knew for weeks that they might have cause to resume their work – they did not tell Comey sooner” (Chicago Tribune). A look at the parallels between Hillary and Nixon (National Review). And then there’s this: …24 years ago, as former President George H.W. Bush was surging back against challenger Bill Clinton, a special prosecutor raised new charges against Bush in the Iran-Contra probe, prompting Clinton to claim he was running against a “culture of corruption” (Washington Examiner). From the Wall Street Journal: New details show that senior law-enforcement officials repeatedly voiced skepticism of the strength of the evidence in a bureau investigation of the Clinton Foundation, sought to condense what was at times a sprawling cross-country effort, and, according to some people familiar with the matter, told agents to limit their pursuit of the case. The probe of the foundation began more than a year ago to determine whether financial crimes or influence peddling occurred related to the charity (WSJ).