Congressional Republicans Plan to Continue Investigation of Hillary Clinton

There are at least four Congressional committees with active investigations.

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, the leader of the House Oversight Committee, plans to continue investigating her handling of classified information and her server. His committee also has jurisdiction over federal records laws.

Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Maryland, the panel's top Democrat, called Chaffetz's comments "extremely disappointing."

"After everything our country has just been through -- and particularly given that Donald Trump and Paul Ryan have both called for healing our nation’s divisions -- I think the American people deserve more from Congress than to continue squandering taxpayer dollars on these baseless Republican accusations and partisan attacks," Cummings said in a statement.

“The House Judiciary Committee will continue to press for answers to the questions about whether the investigation was thorough and whether there was special treatment given to the political elite," an aide to the House panel said. "There are no hearings planned at this time.”

“Sen. Grassley has always followed inquiries through to their logical end, until he feels he’s received the answers he needs to be able to satisfy the questions he posed on the public’s behalf,” he said.

“The issue of cybersecurity remains a top priority for the chairman, and the Committee is continuing its discussions with Platte River Networks to ensure that it complies with the Committee’s subpoena as the other companies involved with former Secretary Clinton’s private email server have,” a spokeswoman for Smith said in an email.