Professor Joan Neuberger speaks during a public forum as a special committee studies how to implement a new law allowing students with concealed weapons permits to carry firearms into class and other campus buildings, Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2015, in Austin, Texas. The law takes effect in August 2016. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
A California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation inmate work crew builds a containment line ahead of flames from a fire near Sheep Ranch, Calif., in this Sept. 12, 2015, file photo. (AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, File)
Demonstrators watch as President Barack Obama's motorcade leaves Roseburg High School after a visit with families of victims of the shootings at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Ore., Friday, Oct. 9, 2015. The protesters were angry about Obama’s calls for gun restrictions in the wake of the shooting rampage that killed eight students and a teacher at the college. AP Photo/Ryan Kang)
Bodies of victims are covered with flags and banners as a police officer secure the area after an explosion in Ankara, Turkey, Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015. Two bomb explosions apparently targeting a peace rally in Turkey's capital Ankara on Saturday has killed many people a news agency and witnesses said. (AP Photo/Burhan Ozbilici)
Former Justice Department official Webster Hubbell, along with daughter Kelley, center, and wife Suzy, look on as his attorney speaks outside federal court in Washington Monday Nov. 23, 1998. Hubbell pleaded innocent to charges that he covered up his and Hillary Rodham Clinton's role in a fraudulent Arkansas real estate development owned by Mrs. Clinton's Whitewater business partner and Hubbell's father-in-law. (AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
The disappearance and re-discovery of Hillary's Rose Law Firm records.
Two men enter the Rose Law Firm in Little Rock, Ark., Friday, March 4, 1994. The firm, which formerly employed Hillary Rodham Clinton, was the focus of investigations related to the Clinton family's business dealings, including the Whitewater development. (AP Photo/Danny Johnston)
Vince Foster's Death. A suicide that many thought was a murder.
President Bill Clinton, wife Hillary Rodham Clinton, and daughter Chelsea, leave St. Andrew's Catholic Cathedral with Father George Tribou in Little Rock, Arkansas, July 23, 1993, after funeral services for Deputy White House Counsel Vincent Foster Jr. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)
Monica Lewisky. Led to only the second president in American history being impeached.
In this image made from video President Clinton listens to a question about the gifts he gave to Monica Lewinsky, in the second hour of his videotaped testimony Monday, Aug. 17, 1998, at the White House. The House Judiciary Committee released the videotape and 2,800 pages of documents Monday, Sept. 21, 1998, from Independent Counsel's Ken Starr's investigation of the president. (AP Photo/APTV)
Lawmakers grilled Volkswagen of America CEO Michael Horn on Capitol Hill Thursday, pressing him on his company's emissions scandal. The U.S. subsidiary is also potentially facing billions in fines for violating the Clean Air Act, as well as state investigations and class-action lawsuits. (Associated Press Photographs)
Charles Severance listens to his attorney during a pretrial hearing for his upcoming murder trial, in Fairfax, Va., on Aug., 13, 2015. Opening statements began Thursday, Oct. 8, 2015, in the trial of Severance, 55, of Ashburn. He is accused of killing three prominent Alexandria residents in their homes: Nancy Dunning, wife of then-Sheriff James Dunning, in 2003; transportation planner Ron Kirby in 2013; and music teacher Ruthanne Lodato in 2014. (Bill O'Leary/The Washington Post via Associated Press) **FILE**