WASHINGTON (AP) - The Clinton Foundation is revising tax returns for the tax years 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. The changes reflect millions of dollars in grants donated by foreign governments during the years that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton served as secretary of state.

WASHINGTON (AP) The Clinton Foundation is revising tax returns for the tax years 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. The changes reflect millions of dollars in grants donated by foreign governments during the years that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton served as secretary of state.

Foundation officials said the Clinton family charity does not owe the U.S. Treasury any new taxes due to the changes. The officials also say that the new break-out for government grants during Clinton's tenure at the State Department totaling $15.6 million were previously included in the charity's total grants and contributions.

The move comes amid Clinton 's campaign for the presidency and follows a spate of revelations about the Clinton charity's heavy reliance on foreign governments to buttress its aid projects around the world.