On Monday, the State Department released 7,800 additional pages of emails from Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of state, the largest release of her emails to date. Most of the emails were from 2012 and 2013, NBC News reports. On Sept. 12, 2012, one day after the attacks in Benghazi, Clinton was sent a declassified update that said events "were set in motion by a statement made by a Muslim Cleric in Egypt saying that the internet film was going to be shown across the United States on September 11 in an effort to insult Muslims." Clinton also received an email from her daughter, Chelsea, who wrote she was "so sorry about the State Department officer killed in Libya and the ongoing precariousness in Egypt and Libya.
The global climate change summit in Paris, COP21, is a pretty big deal, with a lot riding on what the 150 or so world leaders commit to for reducing greenhouse-gas emissions. Given what's at stake, there are quite a few points of friction, especially between rich and poor countries, and in the video below, The Wall Street Journal explains the goals, expectations, and the challenges of the summit succinctly and instructively.
It's been described as a howl, a hum and a scream. But whatever you call the weird sound emanating from a British skyscraper, it's annoying the heck out of the people who live near it. A new video posted on YouTube shows the eerie -- and incredibly loud -- noises made by Beetham Tower in Manchester every time the wind picks up.
Morning routines can become, well, pretty routine (and that’s the best case scenario). Most of the time it’s more like a mad dash -- wrangling your kids to get up and out of bed, making sure they’re packed and organized for school, and taking the dog out for a walk all before 8 a.m.