A second investigation has cleared Alaska governor and GOP vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin of wrongdoing in the scandal that has come to be known as "Troopergate." But the probe raised new questions about her use of private email accounts and the conduct of her aides.
"You didn't believe us," Palin told reporters Tuesday morning after voting in her hometown of Wasilla, Alaska. "I told you, we had done nothing wrong." Palin said she was "grateful" for the second report's findings.