Hillary Clinton continued sending classified information even after leaving the State Department, The Post has exclusively learned. On May 28, 2013, months after stepping down as secretary of state, Clinton sent an email to a group of diplomats and top aides about the “123 Deal” with the United Arab Emirates.
SEVIERVILLE, Tenn. — One Tennessee high school basketball player was found guilty of aggravated rape and two others were found guilty of aggravated assault against a freshman teammate, a person familiar with the juvenile court case said Tuesday.
CHICAGO — Police say a woman walked into U.S. Rep. Danny Davis’ office on Chicago’s West Side, drank out of a bottle of hand sanitizer, poured the sanitizer over herself and set herself on fire with a lighter.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson once praised Donald Trump for being a “friend” who embraced “the under-served communities.” “We need your building skills, your gusto . . . for the people on Wall Street to represent diversity,” Jackson, a civil-rights leader, said at a Rainbow Push Coalition event in 1999.
U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz has turned back a strong primary challenge and will likely be re-elected to a seventh term in Congress. The Associated Press declared that Wasserman Schultz won her Florida Democratic primary Tuesday against law professor Tim Canova, a Bernie Sanders-backed challenger, with more than 57 percent of the vote.
A Sri Lanka court remanded a man and a teenager in custody on Tuesday on suspicion of hacking into the president’s website to demand that authorities abandon a proposal to switch university entrance exams to the new year holiday month of April.
She likely used up a few of her nine lives, but Gioia – Italian for “joy” – lived up to her name when she was rescued more than five days after Italy’s devastating earthquake.
Nothing says senior pictures like a fat naked guy. This high school student could barely contain her amusement while posing for her senior picture – when she was photobombed by the nudist and his pooch.
The GOP is traditionally known as the party of Wall Street, but this year investors, for the most part, are betting against the Republican standard-bearer. “The market appears to have decided not only that [Hillary] Clinton will win, but that it won’t be close,” David Woo, a strategist at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, said...
WASHINGTON — FBI Director James Comey is again warning about the bureau’s inability to access digital devices because of encryption. In a speech Tuesday, Comey said default encryption built into smartphones is “making more and more of the room that we are charged to investigate dark.” He said the FBI is working to collect information...
Senator John McCain beat a conservative challenger to win his Republican primary for Senate re-election Tuesday, fending off an Arizona hardliner for a double-digit victory. McCain held 51 percent of the Republican vote, while challenger Kelli Ward proved weaker than expected by coming up with only 39 percent of the vote.
OKLAHOMA CITY — An Oklahoma woman accused of killing her daughter by forcing a crucifix down her throat told police she believed the 33-year-old woman had been possessed by the devil.
ORLANDO, Fla. — Friends and relatives of patrons trapped in a gay Florida nightclub where a mass shooting left 49 people dead asked police dispatchers why it was taking so long for their loved ones to be rescued.
Five-day-old twins were among the thousands of refugees and migrants saved in the Mediterranean Sea on Monday. The miracle babies, delivered prematurely at just eight months, were traveling with their mom — and one of the tiny tots was seriously ill, according to Doctors Without Borders.
Sen. Marco Rubio has earned the support of Florida’s Republican voters to seek a second term, a decision he made at the last minute after his failed presidential bid. Rubio beat millionaire developer Carlos Beruff, the only major GOP candidate to stay in the race after Rubio decided to run for re-election two days before...
WASHINGTON — New emails reveal that Hillary Clinton’s closest aides had concerns about her email setup and how she was wedded to her BlackBerry — even taking it to the shower.
An Indian couple is in a mountain of trouble for faking their climb to the top of Mount Everest, according to reports Tuesday. Dinesh Rathod and his wife, Tarakeshwari, were banned by Nepalese officials from setting foot on any mountain in the country for 10 years, Agence France-Presse reported.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — A strong summer storm that walloped Colorado Springs forced authorities to rescue people from their stranded cars and move heaps of hail with snowplows. More rain is possible Tuesday after the deluge Monday flooded roadways and left hail piled up on sidewalks.
BOSTON — Federal authorities have arrested a Massachusetts man who they say threatened to assassinate President Barack Obama, bomb several police stations and attack a mosque. Forty-year-old Joseph Garguilo appeared in Boston federal court on Monday to face a single charge of possessing ammunition, which violated the terms of a recent restraining order filed by...
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. — A retired nurse from central Florida woman is facing a second-degree murder charge after authorities say she suffocated her husband in his hospital bed when he suffered life-threatening complications and became unresponsive following surgery.
A Pennsylvania woman who was abducted by her husband was found dead in a barn, police said Tuesday. State police and South Strabane officers surrounded the barn near where a car owned by the woman and her husband had been found, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
DENVER — A man has been charged with attempted murder after authorities say he told investigators in suburban Denver that he purposefully crashed his car in an effort to kill his toddler son.
SEOUL, South Korea — North Korea has executed a vice premier and banished two other top officials to rural areas for re-education, South Korean officials said Wednesday. If confirmed, they would be the latest in a series of killings, purges and dismissals carried out since North Korean leader Kim Jong Un took power in late...
If you build it or lease it or own it, they will come — and keep coming and keep coming, until you have no place to put them all. That’s the decades-old lesson of New York’s homeless problem, but Mayor de Blasio came into office with a determination to reinvent the wheel.
EVERETT, Wash. — In a surprise move, Donald Trump will travel to Mexico on Wednesday to meet with President Enrique Pena Nieto, just hours before the Republican delivers a highly anticipated speech on immigration.
WASHINGTON — President Obama cut short on Tuesday the sentences of 111 federal inmates in another round of commutations for those convicted of nonviolent drug offenses. Two of those were from The Bronx, Shannon Cave and Dirk Ladson, who were convicted of cocaine-related charges and were serving lengthy sentences.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — A suburban Phoenix woman has found a 7-foot-long boa constrictor slithering near her trash can. The Arizona Republic reports that Scottsdale firefighters were called Monday night to remove the snake, which they say was docile.
The FBI expects to publicly release the report it sent to the Justice Department in July recommending no charges in the Hillary Clinton email server investigation, according to multiple law enforcement officials.
SEOUL — North Korea publicly executed two officials in early August for disobeying leader Kim Jong Un, a South Korean newspaper reported on Tuesday, in what would be the latest in a series of high-level purges under the young leader’s rule, if confirmed.
GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — Hamas says Egypt has opened its border crossing with the Gaza Strip for three days, allowing hundreds of Muslim faithful to travel for a yearly pilgrimage.