AP-GFK Poll: Most think Clinton's email server broke law
WASHINGTON (AP) ? Most voters say they think Hillary Clinton broke the law by using a private email address on a personal server while she was secretary of state, a new Associated Press-GfK poll shows. But those concerns may thus far have been blunted by allegations about Donald Trump's behavior toward women.
Russia voted off UN Human Rights CouncilUNITED NATIONS (AP) ? The General Assembly voted Russia off the U.N. Human Rights Council on Friday, a stunning rebuke to the country which is increasingly being accused of war crimes over its actions in Syria.
Justices will consider deportation law for sex offendersWASHINGTON (AP) ? The Supreme Court will decide whether the government can deport people who are not U.S. citizens if they are convicted in certain states of sexually abusing a minor.
Robert E. Lee's Gettysburg headquarters gets $6M facelift
Over the decades, the stone house and grounds that served as Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee's headquarters at Gettysburg sprouted a motel, restaurant and other modern structures that dismayed preservationists and Civil War buffs keen on historic authenticity.
Unions flex muscle in Nevada's high-stakes Senate race
LAS VEGAS (AP) ? A busload of casino housekeepers wearing pinstripe uniforms and Caesars Palace nametags waited at a warehouse early voting site just off the Las Vegas Strip, speaking in Spanish as they clutched pocket-sized brochures listing candidates endorsed by the powerful Culinary Union.
FBI: New Clinton emails prompt further investigationWASHINGTON (AP) ? The FBI informed Congress Friday it is investigating whether there is classified information in new emails that have emerged in its probe of Hillary Clinton's private server. The FBI said in July its investigation was finished.
Amy Schumer essay: 'Formation' video is a tribute to Beyonce
France, Britain feud over young 'Jungle' migrants
By Matthias Blamont and Noemie Olive CALAIS, France (Reuters) - France demanded on Friday that Britain take in hundreds of minors from war-torn countries after the British interior minister suggested that Paris should do more for them following the closure of the "Jungle" migrant camp in the northern French port city of Calais. Most have now been bussed to other centres across France pending examination of their cases. British Home Secretary (Interior Minister) Amber Rudd told her French counterpart Bernard Cazeneuve on Friday that his government must guarantee the protection of youngsters left in limbo after the evacuation of the "Jungle".
Pakistani police, opposition supporters clash in Islamabad
ISLAMABAD (AP) ? Wielding batons and firing rounds of tear gas, Pakistani riot police on Friday clashed with stone-throwing supporters of cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan who rallied in the capital in defiance of a government-imposed ban on demonstrations.
AP-GfK Poll: Most believe allegations about Trump and women
WASHINGTON (AP) ? Donald Trump's behavior has long grated on Carolyn Miller, but the allegations he sexually assaulted women was one factor that helped her decide in the last week to cast her ballot for Hillary Clinton.