The F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, has said the intelligence and security service of the United States is recommending no charges against Hillary Clinton for her use of a personal email server while she was the US secretary of state. According to Comey, F.B.I. found no intentional deletion with intent to conceal them. “Like many email users,” Clinton deleted emails as a routine matter. He also said, “Investigators read ALL of the approximately 30,000 emails on Clinton’s server.Clinton used several different servers and numerous mobile devices to send and read email on that personal domain.Investigation looked at whether classified information was improperly stored or distributed, or knowingly removed by Clinton.No clear evidence Clinton or colleagues intentionally broke secrecy laws, but evidence of them being “extremely careless.”Comey is referring the matter to the Justice Department with a recommendation of no charges.