New FBI inquiry reinjects Clinton emails into 2016 race
MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) ? The FBI will investigate whether there is classified information in newly discovered emails related to its probe of Hillary Clinton's private server, reinjecting one of the most toxic political issues into the presidential campaign less than two weeks before Election Day.
US stocks sink as FBI reopens Clinton email probe
Wall Street stocks dove Friday after news that the FBI had reopened a probe into Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's emails, giving a possible boost to rival Donald Trump's campaign. US stocks had been comfortably in positive territory prior to news that Federal Bureau of Investigation head James Comey informed lawmakers that he was restarting the probe. Comey in June sharply criticized Clinton's handling of classified information as Secretary of State on a private email server, but did not recommend charges be brought against her.
Whaling: The hunters and the hunted
Portoro? (Slovenia) (AFP) - Thirty years into a moratorium on commercial whaling, hundreds of the marine mammals, some endangered, are killed every year -- some in open defiance of the ban, others in the name of scientific research. The moratorium, monitored by the International Whaling Commission (IWC) which closed its 66th meeting in Slovenia on Friday is credited with having saved tens, perhaps hundreds, of thousands of whales. Japan is the only country to hunt under an exemption to the moratorium which allows IWC member governments to issue special permits to kill whales for research.
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Kirk apologizes for mocking rival's family military history
Illinois Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk apologized Friday for mocking his Democratic rival's immigrant background and her claim that her family's military service dates back to the Revolution ? comments ...
Mosul Today: UN says IS using thousands as human shields
BAGHDAD (AP) ? The Islamic State group is using tens of thousands of people as "human shields" in and around Mosul while the Iraqi forces are waging a large-scale offensive aimed at retaking the country's second-largest city, the U.N. human rights office said Friday.
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.
Sotheby sale features Edvard Munch work that may fetch $50MNEW YORK (AP) ? A work by the Norwegian artist Edvard Munch (AYD'-vart moongk) will highlight Sotheby's fall auction of impressionist and modern art.
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.
Yemen rebels deny their missile targeted holy city of MeccaDUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) ? Yemen's Shiite rebels and their allies fired a ballistic missile deep into Saudi Arabia, an overnight strike that they said on Friday had targeted an international airport while the kingdom claimed that it flew toward the holy Muslim city of Mecca.