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10/17: FBI releases more notes from Clinton email investigation; Wash. H.S. football team adopts anthem protest over inequality
The FBI release more notes Monday from its investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of private email server as secretary of state; After years of losing, the Seattle Garfield High School Bulldogs are on a roll, winning every single game so far this season
Former Port Authority executive contradicted prosecution’s star witness by offering a third version of when, and how much, Republican Gov. Christie knew about the gridlock
Dozens of men have accused the former Cross County district court judge of sexual abuse and misconduct dating back decades to his time as a prosecutor
A redesigned Orbital ATK Antares rocket boosted a space station cargo ship into orbit in the booster's first flight since a 2014 explosion
The 24-year-old who came to Houston from Iraq in 2009, wanted to set off bombs at two Houston malls and planned to travel overseas to fight with ISIS, authorities said
Retired Gen, James Cartwright, once known as President Obama's favorite general, now faces prison time. Cartwright pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about leaks of classified information to two journalists. David Martin reports.
After years of losing, the Seattle Garfield High School Bulldogs are on a roll, winning every single game so far this season. It may be in part because they are playing for a lot more than just a football title. Carter Evans reports.
The entire Garfield High School football team is kneeling to protest academic inequality and racial injustice
"Today" show host Billy Bush was suspended at the morning show two days after contents of the 2005 tape were reported
Investigators are still trying to find who is behind a weekend firebombing of the Orange County, N.C., Republican party office. A business next door was painted with a swastika and a threat: "Nazi Republicans leave town or else." Omar Villafranca reports.
Mom packed an extra lunch thinking her son was just hungry, but then she found out the truth
In 2014, a top Russian general called for using covert tactics to turn a "perfectly thriving state" into a "web of chaos." Now, U.S. officials are fearing the Russians will try to do just that by hacking the upcoming election. Jeff Pegues has more.
Donald Trump continued to push a conspiracy theory that the election is rigged, taking to Twitter with claims of large-scale voter fraud. Most Republicans are distancing themselves from the comments, and no evidence supports Trump's claims. Major Garrett reports.
The FBI release more notes Monday from its investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of private email server as secretary of state. The agency recommended against charging Clinton in July, but the investigation is still uncovering some surprising details, like a possible quid pro quo between top officials at the State Department and the FBI over a sensitive email. Nancy Cordes reports.
A police chief in a small Colorado town said he recognized a man seen buying cellphones linked to a homemade explosive device because the man is three feet, six inches tall, used crutches and wore a ponytail
The Arizona Republic's first-ever endorsement of a Democratic presidential candidate has some readers up in arms
Retail store has decided to pull all creepy clown masks from its stores and from its website due to the “current environment” surrounding clowns
Gunman appeared in the doorway of a Starbucks in Vallejo, and “attempted to assassinate” the two officers who were taking a break, the police chief said
Cobb County District Attorney Chuck Boring apologized while displaying the photo, which was among multiple sexually explicit images sent between Justin Ross Harris and an Alabama teenager
Two school buses collided Monday afternoon on the Palisades Parkway, sending dozens of students to hospitals