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Newly discovered emails found on a computer used by former congressman Anthony Weiner and his wife, top Clinton aide Huma Abedin, have prompted the agency to make new inquiries related to Hillary Clinton’s private email server, according to people familiar with the matter.
After saying in July that the investigation was complete, Director James B. Comey’s decision to revisit Clinton’s email probe reverberated throughout both campaigns — and it raised partisan questions of whether the FBI was unfairly influencing the election.
In Iowa, Hillary Clinton was mum at her rallies, but later held a news conference to criticize the probe: “We don’t know all the facts.” Donald Trump, meanwhile, said the scrutiny offers a chance to correct “a grave miscarriage of justice.”
The stunning acquittal of seven people charged in connection with the armed occupation of a federal wildlife refuge was met with cheers from land-rights activists and anxiety from critics who called it a terrifying invitation for armed protesters to occupy federal land and buildings with impunity.
The plain gray plaster walls of the dome, which the Roman Catholic archbishop of Washington splashed with holy water, are the last item on a century-old checklist. It paves the way to install an ornate, 14-million-piece mosaic high above the nave.
In Virginia, it was once a crime for Mildred and Richard Loving, an interracial couple, to marry. Their fight to end such laws in multiple states led to the 1967 ruling “Loving v. Virginia.” Nearly 50 years later, five mixed-race couples share their stories.
By Steve Hendrix, Theresa Vargas, Michael E. Miller, DeNeen L. Brown and John Woodrow Cox | Photos by Michael S. Williamson
As Trump calls for his supporters to be vigilant for voter fraud and civil rights leaders are pushing back against perceived voter intimidation, election officials in Northern Virginia prepare for the worst. “If … you feel the need to call 911 right away, call 911 right away.”
Who is Donald J. Trump? To discover the man in full, The Washington Post assembled a team of award-winning reporters and researchers to delve into every aspect of his improbable life. (Also available in hardcover.)