WikiLeaks posted almost 20,000 emails sent or received by a handful of top committee officials. While WikiLeaks did not reveal its source, the committee said last month that Russian hackers had penetrated its computer system.
The gunman whose rampage at a Munich mall left nine people dead was a depression-plagued teenager who avidly read books and articles about mass killings and apparently tried to lure young victims to their deaths through a faked Facebook posting, authorities said Saturday.
Cristian Garcia, a walk-on linebacker with the UF football team, was one of two witnesses who separated the man from the victim, police say. Garcia was a former standout at Belen Jesuit Preparatory School.
While the federal Affordable Care Act means more people have insurance, one health care administrator explained, “What is missing in the process is that you have coverage that only kicks in at a certain level.”
Gladys Soto learned that her adult son was at the center of a brewing national scandal over the excessive use of police force and the rights of disabled people when a church friend called her Monday. Was she watching television? Was that Arnoldo, her son with autism, clutching a toy truck next to a caregiver who had just been shot?
El Salvador's president says he has begun talks with political parties on a new "national reconciliation" law after the Supreme Court overturned an amnesty covering crimes committed during the country's 1980-1992 civil war.
Wildfires burned out of control Saturday in mountains north of Los Angeles and near Big Sur on California's scenic Central Coast, posing a threat to 2,000 homes and a sanctuary for exotic animals which was being evacuated, authorities said.
Breaion King was pulled from her car and thrown to the ground by a police officer during a traffic stop in Austin, Texas in June 2015. The police department publicly released the patrol car video in July 2016. It shows a white officer violently throwing King to the ground, and then another white officer telling her black people have "violent tendencies" and that's why white people are afraid. The video here was shown during a police conference and footage of police advancing through clips has been cut out.
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