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Trader Eugene Mauro (right) works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Sept. 1, 2015. (Associated Press)

China woes send U.S. stock markets plummeting

- The Washington Times

Fresh economic data showing softness in the Chinese economy sent U.S. and global stocks plummeting Tuesday, with the blue-chip Dow Jones index of top stocks down some 469 points, or 2.84 percent, to 16,058, and the broader S&P 500 and tech-heavy Nasdaq market also posting losses of more than 2 percent for the day.

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Lerner had another private email, IRS says

- The Washington Times

Lois G. Lerner used yet another private email account to do government business, the IRS revealed in a court filing late Monday that tries to clear up confusion over the former agency executive’s email practices.

Jim Steinle, right, father of Kathryn Steinle, answers questions during a news conference on the steps of City Hall Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015, in San Francisco. Listening in the background is Brad Steinle and Liz Sullivan, the brother and mother of Kathryn Steinle. The parents of the San Francisco woman shot to death by a man being sought for deportation filed legal claims against San Francisco and federal officials in connection with her killing.  Kathryn Steinle was shot to death on Pier 14 on July 1 as she walked with her father. (AP Photo/Eric Risberg)

Steinle family files claims against San Francisco

- The Washington Times

The parents of a woman who was fatally shot on a San Francisco pier this summer by an illegal immigrant filed legal claims on Tuesday against city and federal officials alleging that authorities’ negligence failed to keep the previously deported man off city streets.

In this photo taken Wednesday May 20, 2015, a guard tower and razor wire are seen at California State Prison, Solano in Vacaville, Calif. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

California to end unlimited isolation for most gang leaders

- Associated Press

California on Tuesday agreed to end its unlimited isolation of imprisoned gang leaders, restricting a practice that once kept hundreds of inmates in notorious segregation units for a decade or longer.

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In this Aug. 28, 2015 file photo, Democratic presidential candidate, Hillary Rodham Clinton, addresses the summer meeting of the Democratic National Committee in Minneapolis. The State Department made public roughly 7,121 pages of Clinton's emails late Monday night, including 125 emails that were censored prior to their release because they contain information now deemed classified. The vast majority concerned mundane matters of daily life at any workplace: phone messages, relays of schedules and forwards of news articles.(AP Photo/Jim Mone)

Clinton emails contained spy satellite data on North Korean nukes

- The Washington Times

One of the most serious potential breaches of national security identified so far by the intelligence community inside Hillary Rodham Clinton's private emails involves the relaying of classified information concerning the movement of North Korean nuclear assets, which was obtained from spy satellites.

Migrants demonstrate at the Keleti Railway Station in Budapest, Hungary, Tuesday, Sept.1, 2015, after the police stopped them from getting on a train to Germany and evacuated the station. (Tamas Kovacs/MTI via AP)

Chaos in Budapest train station amid Europe's migrant crisis

- Associated Press

Chanting "Freedom! Freedom!," angry migrants demanded to be let aboard trains bound for Austria and Germany after Hungary temporarily suspended all rail traffic Tuesday from its main Budapest terminal and brawny police forced hundreds of migrants out of the train station.