ABOARD AIR FORCE ONE—President Barack Obama remains confident in FBI Director James Comey's ability to the lead the agency in the aftermath of the probe of Democrat Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server, the White House said on Monday, Nov. 7. "The president views Director Comey as a man of integrity, a man of principle," White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters in a briefing. "The president's views of him have not changed. ... He continues to have confidence in his ability to run the FBI."
WASHINGTON - The FBI said on Sunday it stood by its earlier finding that no criminal charges were warranted against Democrat Hillary Clinton for using a private email server for government work, lifting a cloud over her presidential campaign two days before the U.S. election. FBI Director James Comey made the announcement in a letter to Congress, saying the agency had worked "around the clock" to complete its review of newly discovered emails and found no reason to change its July finding.
WASHINGTON - - The U.S. Secret Service said on Saturday night an incident at a campaign event for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in Reno, Nevada, began when someone shouted "gun" but no weapon was found. "Immediately in front of the stage, an unidentified individual shouted 'gun.' Secret Service agents and Reno Police Officers immediately apprehended the subject. Upon a thorough search of the subject and the surrounding area, no weapon was found," the Secret Service said in a statement.
Authorities in Iowa charged the man suspected of killing two police officers as they sat in their squad cars with two counts of first degree murder on Thursday, a police spokesman said. No other details were immediately available, said Urbandale Police Department spokesman Sgt. Chad Underwood. Scott Michael Greene, 46, was arrested after turning himself in hours after the shootings early on Wednesday in the Des Moines area. Greene was in a hospital on Thursday, Nov. 3, for treatment of an existing medical condition, a police spokesman said.
DES MOINES, Iowa -- Two Iowa police officers were shot and killed on Wednesday, Nov. 2, while sitting in their patrol cars in what police called unprovoked ambushes, and a...
DES MOINES, Iowa - Two Iowa police officers were shot and killed on Wednesday while sitting in their patrol cars in what police called unprovoked ambushes, and a 46-year-old suspect...
HAIFA, Israel—Their hair styled and make-up applied, a group of elderly women carefully take to a red carpet catwalk, waving, blowing kisses and posing for pictures to cheering crowds. Wearing dresses adorned with sashes, the women strut down the runway, at times assisted, for the fourth Holocaust survivors' beauty pageant, a contest in Israel honoring those who saw the horrors of World War II when they were young. Fourteen women took part in this year's pageant, held in the northern city of Haifa on Sunday.
CHICAGO—Aroldis Chapman worked a season-high 2 2/3 innings in relief to preserve a one-run lead as the Chicago Cubs stayed alive in the World Series with a 3-2 victory over the Cleveland Indians in Game 5 on Sunday. The Cubs, who were facing elimination, now trail 3-2 as the World Series shifts back to Cleveland for Game 6 on Tuesday. Game 7, if necessary, would be played Wednesday in Cleveland. Chapman struck out four, including a strikeout of Jose Ramirez for the final out to secure his fourth postseason save.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa—U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump shifted quickly on Friday to take advantage of a new twist in Democrat Hillary Clinton's long-running email saga, seeking a much-needed boost in the campaign's waning days. The FBI's disclosure that it is investigating more emails as part of a probe into Clinton's use of a private email server gave fresh energy to Trump.
WASHINGTON—Top aides to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on Saturday, Oct. 29, insisted there is "no evidence of wrongdoing" following the FBI's notification to the U.S. Congress on Friday that it is again looking at Clinton's use of a private server for emails when she was secretary of state. "There's no evidence of wrongdoing, no charge of wrongdoing," Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta told reporters by telephone.