Hillary Clinton is calling on the FBI to release more information about its review of emails that may be related to its investigation into her private server.
"Director [James] Comey noted this new information may not be significant, so let's get it out," she said Friday evening at a news conference held after a campaign rally in De Moines, Iowa.
The Democratic presidential candidate said the American people deserve to have as much information as possible before they vote on Nov. 8. Asked if she feared the news would put a dent in support for her at the polls, Clinton said, "I think people made up their minds about the emails a long time ago."
An incident involving an American Airlines plane prompted a major emergency response at O'Hare International Airport, authorities said.
According to the Federal Aviation Administration, American Airlines Flight 383 was departing from O'Hare and was headed to Miami when it experienced "a problem during takeoff." American Airlines said the plane had an engine malfunction.
New e-mails related to Hillary Clinton that FBI Director James Comey said prompted further investigation were found as part of an ongoing investigation into former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner, NBC News and the Associated Press reported.
Law enforcement agencies in New York and North Carolina have been examining online communications between Weiner, the estranged husband of Clinton aide Huma Abedin, and a 15-year-old girl.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Friday that he is "very proud" that the FBI is willing to investigate new emails linked to Hillary Clinton's private email server.
"The news this morning, this is bigger than Watergate," Trump said at a campaign stop in Manchester, New Hampshire. "Hillary deleted 30,000 emails after receiving a congressional subpoena.
"I have great respect that the FBI now has the courage to right the horrible mistake they made. This was a grave miscarriage of justice that the American people fully understood and everyone's hope is that it is about to be corrected."
The Supreme Court will take up transgender rights for the first time in the case of a Virginia school board that wants to prevent a transgender teenager from using the boys' bathroom at his high school.
The justices said Friday they will hear the appeal from the Gloucester County school board sometime next year. The high court's order means that student Gavin Grimm will not be able to use the boys' bathroom in the meantime.
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Donald Trump has repeated it so much it's almost part of his stump speech: He's going to put $100 million of his own money into his campaign before Election Day. But new filings show he's got a long way to go if he's going to hit that mark.
The Republican presidential nominee has given a mere $33,000 to his campaign this month. That means he needs to pony up another $44 million to fulfill the boast that's become a familiar refrain in interviews and rallies over the past several days.
"I will have more than $100 million in the campaign," Trump told CNN on Wednesday. "And I am prepared to go much more than that."
The woman behind the "Hey, it's Jess" text messages that the Hillary Clinton campaign sends to more than 1 million subscribers says recipients send back photos of their families, their pets -- and in one case -- themselves riding a llama.
"We've been texting for over a year, since Hillary launched her campaign last year, so at this point people really feel like they know me," Jessica Morales Rocketto said.
If you receive the Clinton campaign's text messages, you know about Jess.
Recounts and legal challenges can take months to play out in some cases, but not in the election of a president: the Constitution sets strict deadlines, and not just the date for the inauguration.
There have been some long fights for office elsewhere, NBC News reported.
When Norm Coleman of Minnesota ran for the U.S. Senate in 2008, the election night count showed him beating Al Franken by a mere 725 votes. That triggered a process of recounts and court battles that played out for eight months. Al Franken wasn't sworn in until July 2009.
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A FedEx cargo plane's landing gear collapsed shortly after landing at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport Friday, sparking a fire, according to the Federal Aviation Authority.
FedEx 910, a DC-10 aircraft, was rolling on Runway 10 Left when one of the plane's landing gears collapsed and it's left wing caught fire, Fort Lauderdale airport spokesman Kerry Sanders said.
It was unknown if there were any injuries, Sanders said.
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Erica Garner slammed Hillary Clinton's campaign in a series of tweets Thursday after new emails released by WikiLeaks showed how the Democratic presidential nominee's staff mentioned the death of her father while discussing language for a newspaper editorial on gun violence this spring.
"I'm troubled by the revelation that you and this campaign actually discussed 'using' Eric Garner ... why would you want to 'use' my dad?" she tweeted.
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A Pennsylvania police chief had a run in with two "scary" clowns who wound up running away when he turned around to take a swing at them.
York City School District Police Chief Mike Muldrow tells the York Dispatch he was jogging Wednesday with a friend when he heard leaves crunching behind him.
Muldrow turned around to see two young guys, about 12 or 13, wearing clown masks. One was carrying a big stick.