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By Amanda Becker PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - Democrat Hillary Clinton took her newly energized campaign to become America's first woman president on the road on Friday to states in the "Rust Belt" that might decide the fate of the Nov. 8 election. A day after a four-day party convention that had a rocky start due to revelations from leaked Democratic National Committee emails, Reuters reported on Friday that the computer network used by Clinton's campaign had also been hacked. The former secretary of state launched a campaign tour of Ohio and Pennsylvania, two heartland states hit by the decline in U.S. manufacturing.
By Mark Hosenball, Joseph Menn and John Walcott WASHINGTON/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - The computer network used by Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s campaign was hacked as part of a broad cyber attack on Democratic political organizations, people familiar with the matter told Reuters. The latest attack, which was disclosed to Reuters on Friday, follows reports of two other hacks on the Democratic National Committee and the party’s fundraising committee for candidates for the U.S. House of Representatives. The U.S. Department of Justice national security division is investigating whether cyber hacking attacks on Democratic political organizations threatened U.S. security, sources familiar with the matter said on Friday.