- AP Exclusive: Clinton server's software had hacking risk
WASHINGTON (AP) — The private email server running in Hillary Rodham Clinton's home basement when she was secretary of state was connected to the Internet in ways that made it more vulnerable to hackers, according to data and documents reviewed by The Associated Press.
- Insurgents shell Russian embassy in Syria during rally
DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) — Insurgents fired two shells at the Russian embassy in the Syrian capital on Tuesday as hundreds of pro-government supporters gathered outside the compound to thank Moscow for its intervention in Syria.
- The Latest: At least 2 dead, 20 wounded in Jerusalem attacks
JERUSALEM (AP) — The latest developments in ongoing violence between Palestinians and Israelis (all times local):
- Clinton, Sanders rivalry in spotlight as Democrats debate
WASHINGTON (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton says she always expected tough competition in the Democratic presidential primary. It's likely she didn't expect it would come from Bernie Sanders, the rumpled independent senator from Vermont and a self-described democratic socialist calling for "political revolution."
- Jerusalem hospital copes with treating victims and attackers
JERUSALEM (AP) — As a wave of violence sweeps across Jerusalem, victims and perpetrators are often surprised to be reunited — at each other's bedside in the city's largest emergency ward.
- Russian missile-maker contradicts Dutch MH17 crash report
MOSCOW (AP) — A Russian state-controlled missile-maker says its own investigation of last year's crash of the MH17 airliner over rebel eastern Ukraine contradicts conclusions from a Dutch probe.
- SABMiller agrees in principle to merger with Budweiser owner
BRUSSELS (AP) — At the sixth time of asking, British-based brewer SABMiller accepted in principle Tuesday a 69 billion pound ($106 billion) takeover offer from Anheuser Busch InBev that will create the world's biggest beer company and bring together top U.S. brands Budweiser and Miller Genuine Draft.
- Hunter survives 6 days without water in Australian Outback
PERTH, Australia (AP) — A 62-year-old recreational hunter lost in a hot and arid region of the Australian Outback survived without water for six days by eating ants, police said Tuesday.
- Report: Playboy to end publishing fully nude female photos
NEW YORK (AP) — Playboy will no longer publish photos of nude women as part of a redesign of the decades-old magazine, according to a news report Monday.
- Granderson, Mets beat Dodgers 13-7 to take 2-1 lead in NLDS
NEW YORK (AP) — With big hits rather than beanballs, the New York Mets wiped out the Los Angeles Dodgers and took control of their testy Division Series.
- Huskies' season-opening trip to China includes class work
SEATTLE (AP) — An argument is brewing in the Washington team room. It started with bickering, and voices are now rising, college basketball players going back and forth.
- Cardinals manager Matheny trying MLB-approved iPad in dugout
CHICAGO (AP) — When St. Louis manager Mike Matheny has to make a pivotal decision in the playoffs, he can pull a scouting report from his pocket. He can ask a coach to look at notes the Cardinals brought to the bench.
- AP Source: Spurrier retiring from South Carolina
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier has told his players that he is retiring, effective immediately.
- California to big-league ballplayers: Stop chewing tobacco
LOS ANGELES (AP) — California lawmakers have taken the first step toward accomplishing something Major League Baseball could never do: Stop players from stuffing those big wads of chewing tobacco into their mouths during games.
- Firing, suspension, retirement rock college football
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