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FILE - In this Sept. 19, 1996 file photo, then-CIA Director John Deutch testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington. Could Hillary Rodham Clinton or her aides be in legal jeopardy if they sent classified information over unsecure email while she was secretary of state?  Experts in government secrecy law see almost no possibility of criminal action in the Clinton case, given the evidence that has so far been made public. Clinton’s case appears to differ markedly from those of other prominent government officials who got in trouble for mishandling classified information, including former CIA director David Petraeus, who gave top secret information to his paramour, and former CIA director John Deutch, who took highly classified material home with him. (AP Photo/Dennis Cook, File )
Legal experts see no criminal trouble for Clinton thus farUnlike Petraeus, others faulted for classified info, legal experts see little risk for Clinton
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F. Glenn Miller Jr., charged with killing three people at two Jewish sites in Kansas in April 2014, speaks during the closing arguments Monday, Aug. 31, 2015, during his capital murder trial at Johnson County Courthouse in Olathe, Kan. Miller Jr.is acting as his own attorney. (Monty Davis/The Kansas City Star via AP, Pool)
Supremacist convicted of killing 3 at Kansas Jewish sitesJury convicts white supremacist of murder, other charges in deaths of 3 at Kansas Jewish sites
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People board a train at the central rail station in Vienna, Austria, on Monday, Aug. 31, 2015. Some hundreds of migrants arrive by train from southern Europe, after making a perilous journeys into Europe. (AP Photo/Hans Punz)
Austria inspects trucks for migrants, creates 18-mile backupAustria checks trucks for migrants, creates huge traffic jam on main Budapest-Vienna highway
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President Barack Obama waves as he walks out of the White House in Washington, Monday, Aug. 31, 2015, to board Marine One helicopter on the South Lawn for a short trip to Andrews Air Force Base, Md., before traveling to Alaska for a three-day tour of the nation's largest state. The visit is to call to attention the ways Obama says climate change is already damaging Alaska's stunning scenery. By showcasing thawing permafrost, melting sea ice and eroding shorelines, Obama hopes to raise the sense or urgency to deal quickly to slow change in the U.S. and overseas. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
Obama offended by attacks on Jews who back Iran dealObama offended by Iran nuclear deal critics who attack Jews in his administration backing pact
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Sex registry questioned after prep school grad's convictionSex offender registry questioned after New Hampshire prep school grad convicted of sex crimes
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F. Glenn Miller Jr., charged with killing three people at two Jewish sites in Kansas in April 2014, speaks during the closing arguments Monday, Aug. 31, 2015, during his capital murder trial at Johnson County Courthouse in Olathe, Kan. Miller Jr.is acting as his own attorney. (Monty Davis/The Kansas City Star via AP, Pool)
The Latest on Jewish shootings: Miller convicted of murderThe Latest on Jewish shootings: White supremacist convicted of killings at Kansas Jewish sites
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FILE - In this undated file photo, William McKinley, 25th President of the United States. He was inaugurated in 1897, and again in 1901 just prior to being assassinated on Sept. 6, 1901. Even before he arrived on a historic trip to Alaska, President Barack Obama was making waves over his decision to rename its famed Mount McKinley, named for  President McKinley, as Denali, a move applauded in Alaska and derided more than 3,000 miles away in Ohio.  (AP Photo, File)
Alaska-bound, Obama renames America's tallest peakAlaska-bound, Obama renames Mount McKinley as Denali; messy politics of climate, energy await
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File-This Jan. 29, 2009, file photo shows former Maryland Gov. Marvin Mandel posing in front of a photo that dates back to the end of his administration in the late 1970's  in Annapolis, Md. Mandel, whose 26-year career in state government ended with his 1977 conviction on political corruption charges, has died. He was 95. According to a statement from his family, Mandel passed away Sunday, Aug. 30, 2015, after spending two days with family while celebrating his son's 50th birthday. Once considered one of Maryland's most powerful and effective governors, Mandel presided over a major reorganization of state government, built a subway in Baltimore and spent $1 billion on school construction. But his accomplishments were overshadowed by his personal tribulations, which included his trial and a messy divorce when he moved out of the governor's mansion, leaving his first wife behind so he could marry another woman. (AP Photo/Brian Witte)
From creativity to corruption, Mandel was a political forceFrom creativity to a corruption conviction, ex-Gov. Mandel was a political force in Maryland
The Associated Press28 minutes ago
Atlanta Braves employees stand at the portal of section 401 near where fan Gregory K. Murrey, 60, Alpharetta, Ga., fell from the top deck to his death during Saturday's game between the Braves and the New York Yankees, Sunday, Aug. 30, 2015, in Atlanta. (Curtis Compton/Atlanta Journal-Constitution via AP)  MARIETTA DAILY OUT; GWINNETT DAILY POST OUT; LOCAL TELEVISION OUT; WXIA-TV OUT; WGCL-TV OUT; MANDATORY CREDIT )
Fan's death at Braves game raises stadium safety questionsFan's death at Braves game raises safety questions at team's current, new stadium
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