Former U.S. Secretary of State Powell takes part in an onstage interview with Aspen Institute President and CEO Isaacson at the Washington Ideas Forum in Washington

U.S. lawmakers to press AOL for Powell's State Department emails

Former U.S. Secretary of State Powell takes part in an onstage interview with Aspen Institute President and CEO Isaacson at the Washington Ideas Forum in WashingtonBy Jonathan Allen NEW YORK (Reuters) – U.S. lawmakers said Thursday they will seek to recover the missing emails of Colin Powell from his time as U.S. secretary of state by going directly to AOL Inc, whose email service he used for his work. The decision came a few minutes after U.S. State Department officials testified in a hearing that the department never contacted AOL to recover the missing records, despite repeated requests by the National Archives and Records Administration over the last year. The hearing, by the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, was the latest in the fallout from Hillary Clinton’s decision to use an unauthorized private email system for official email while secretary of state.

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