Hillary Clinton holds rally at Kent State University

KENT, Ohio -- Hillary Clinton is challenging the FBI's new email inquiry, saying "There is no case here." Clinton says she's "not making excuses" for her use of a personal email address and personal Internet server at the State Department. And she says if the FBI wants to investigate emails involving one of her closest aides, "they should look at them." But she says she's sure the FBI will reach the same conclusion it did earlier this year, when the bureau decided against prosecuting Clinton and her advisers for their handling of classified information. Clinton was speaking at a rally in battleground Ohio at Kent State University, kicking off the last full week of campaigning before Election Day.

Her campaign says the event at Kent State University will be followed by one in Cincinnati at a riverfront park.

The campaign also announced that President Barack Obama will return to the state Tuesday, leading a get-out-the-vote rally in the Columbus area.

Early voting is underway in a swing state that polls indicate is a toss-up between Clinton and Republican nominee Donald Trump.

Former president Bill Clinton campaigned across the state in three stops on Saturday.

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