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The FBI promised a swift review of a trove of emails that may be relevant to the probe of Hillary Clinton's server. David Greene talks to ex-FBI assistant director James Kallstrom, a Trump supporter.

Barricades are up and Pakistan's capital Islamabad is in lockdown as opposition leader and former cricket star Imran Khan and the government face off again.

Iraqi troops, with U.S. support, are on the outskirts of the Norther Iraqi city. Mosul has been under ISIS control for more than two years.

Prices for Obamacare have risen for many — but so have discounts. Many may end up paying less this year.

Police say elected officials have become too quick to blame cops involved in deadly shootings before all the facts are in. A recent incident in New York is their case in point.

"Suppose this girl wanted to go to a public library ... and the library said, 'You can't take your dog here; we're going to just provide you with a librarian,' " Justice Elena Kagan said.

The head of one effort asked supporters "to go and hunt down, look for vote fraud and voter intimidation and document it, to do the best we can to stop it this election."

Kerry Egan's job is to help dying people accept their own mortality. It's profoundly sad, but it's also rewarding. "I'm constantly reminded of ... how much love people have for each other," she says.

The devastating 2015 earthquake killed thousands and leveled entire mountain villages. Residents are only now getting the first installment of the money promised by the government.

FBI Director James Comey's letter to Congress announcing more evidence in the case of Hillary Clinton's private server was "inappropriate," says former public affairs director Matthew Miller.

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