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In this March 21, 2016, file photo, then-Democratic National Committee (DNC) Chair, Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., is interviewed in New York. The computers of the House Democratic campaign committee have been hacked in an intrusion that investigators say resembles the recent cyber breach of the Democratic National Committee, a spokeswoman for the committee said Friday, July 29, 2016. As a result of that disclosure Wasserman Schultz announced her resignation this week. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, File)

Computers hacked at Democrats’ House campaign committee

- Associated Press

The computers of the House Democratic campaign committee have been hacked in an intrusion that investigators say resembles the recent cyber breach of the Democratic National Committee, a spokeswoman for the committee said Friday.

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton reaches for a falling balloon at the conclusion of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia , Thursday, July 28, 2016. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)

AP FACT CHECK: Misfires in Hillary Clinton’s speech

- Associated Press

In her speech accepting the Democratic nomination, Hillary Clinton wrongly implied Donald Trump has proposed banning Islam in America and sketched out a plan for defeating Islamic State militants that merely mirrors what the U.S. is already trying to do.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally at Lackawanna College, Wednesday, July 27, 2016, in Scranton, Pa. (Jake Danna Stevens/The Times & Tribune via AP)

Donald Trump should receive real intelligence briefings: White House

- The Washington Times

The White House Thursday dismissed a call by Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid for the government to give “fake” intelligence briefings to Donald Trump, in the wake of the Republican nominee urging Russia to reveal whatever documents Moscow may have hacked from Hillary Clinton.

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Why couples, women and the elderly are purchasing guns

- Associated Press

Gretchen Lager's fondest childhood memories involved shooting bullets at tin cans and balloons along the Slippery Rock Creek in western Pennsylvania - but one day in 1995, guns became a far more menacing presence in her life.

This undated file photo shows Alabama inmate Thomas Edwin Blanton Jr., a one-time Ku Klux Klansman convicted in the 1963 church bombing that killed four black girls in Birmingham, Ala. Alabama's parole board is scheduled to consider Blanton for early release during a meeting on Aug. 3. (Alabama Department of Corrections via AP)

NAACP: Man convicted of church bombing shouldn't be freed

- Associated Press

The lone surviving Ku Klux Klan member convicted in an Alabama church bombing that killed four black girls in 1963 is up for parole after spending 15 years in prison for murder, but civil rights activists spoke out Friday against any early release.

Attorney General Healey battling on guns, global warming

- Associated Press

Midway through her second year in office, Attorney General Maura Healey finds herself fighting two very different battles on two very different fronts - one in the state's gun shops and a second in the halls of Congress.

U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez, D-N.J., speaks to New Jersey's Democratic delegates to the Democratic National Convention during a Thursday, July 28, 2016, breakfast at the Renaissance Philadelphia Airport Hotel in Philadelphia. Menendez said that Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's comments about Russia exposing Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's emails are an "act of treason." (Jose F. Moreno/Camden Courier-Post via AP)

Appeals court won't toss charges against US Sen. Menendez

- Associated Press

A federal appeals court on Friday refused to toss a corruption case against U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez of New Jersey, casting aside his argument that charges he accepted gifts in exchange for political influence should be thrown out because of a constitutional clause protecting sitting lawmakers.