In fact, the state department has recently reopened their investigation into Hillary Clinton's e-mail dilemmas. There is surely much more to be investigated in terms of her emails, and personally I feel that the investigation will not go in Hillary's favor. This debate will be open for a long time; can Hillary be trusted?
Although it has been decided that Hillary Clinton will not be prosecuted for improper handling of classified e-mails, the issue is not over. Ms. Clinton's careless e-mail practices will be a huge issue during the upcoming election and beyond. Her improper use of e-mail will continue to show her disregard for the law and sense of entitlement.
Hillary Clinton's email controversy is not over. Many still believe that Clinton did break federal statutes by using a private email server while secretary of state. Furthermore, they believe that she put national security at risk - especially to hackers. Most of Clinton's supporters will not care about the scandal; and will say that it should be over because the FBI recommended no charges. However, many of her opponents will continue to make an issue over the emails.
When the FBI Director alleged that the FBI will not pursue litigation against Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email server during her tenure as Secretary of State, many believed that this meant the email scandal was over. I believe the opposite is true: it is only a matter of time before yet more people come forward about her email-related decisions.