How Russian hackers pried into Clinton campaign emails

FILE - In this Saturday, July 30, 2016 file photo, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton pauses while speaking at a rally in Pittsburgh during a bus tour through the rust belt. In 2016, after repeated attempts to break into various staffers’ hillaryclinton.com email accounts, the hacking group known as Fancy Bear took a new tack, targeting top Clinton lieutenants at their personal Gmail addresses. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

WASHINGTON (AP) — It was just before noon in Moscow on March 10, 2016, when the first volley of malicious messages hit the Hillary Clinton campaign.

The great rewilding

In a Oct. 26, 2017 photo, an excavator moves woody debris along a new stream channel that meanders through a meadow at Lost Trail Wildlife Refuge west of Kalispell, Mont. American landscapes in Montana and across the West share a legacy of environmental do-overs, a tradition born of mankind’s tendency to tame wild country and manipulate its natural functions to perform utilitarian tasks. (Greg Lindstrom/Flathead Beacon via AP)

KALISPELL, Mont. (AP) — Nestled in the Pleasant Valley floodplain and flanked by rolling foothills, the fledgling creek channel navigates newly planted pods of native willow and dogwood trees. Its sculpted banks — supported by a tiered matrix of root balls, splintered spruce and mats of greenery — form calculated bends that meander across a denuded valley floor.

A look at baseball’s greatest teams — one for each franchise

FILE - This undated file photo shows Shoeless Joe Jackson. In 1917, two years before their scandalous appearance in the 1919 World Series, the White Sox beat the Giants in the World Series and Jackson batted .301. (AP Photo, File)

The 2017 baseball season has in many ways been defined by the dominance of three teams.

Five years after Sandy, the lessons haven’t sunk in

This illustration provided by Rebuild by Design in October 2017 shows a flood-mitigation design for the Manhattan borough of New York. The BIG U proposal calls for a 10-mile protective system around the low-lying southern part of the island. The proposal is part of the Rebuild by Design competition to create infrastructure that would protect coastal areas affected by Superstorm Sandy. (The BIG Team/Rebuild by Design via AP)

Five years after Superstorm Sandy was supposed to have taught the U.S. a lesson about the dangers of living along the coast, disaster planning experts say there is no place in America truly prepared for climate change and the tempests it could bring.

Growth of e-commerce could mean more jobs

In this Aug. 3, 2017, photo, Myrtice Harris packages products for shipment at an Amazon fulfillment center in Baltimore. While jobs have been lost in brick-and-mortar stores, many more have been gained from e-commerce and warehousing. Amazon accounts for much of the additional employment. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)

WASHINGTON (AP) — When the robots came to online retailer Boxed, dread came, too: The familiar fear that the machines would take over, leaving a trail of unemployed humans in their wake.

‘We made it’: Imprisoned at 15, lifer goes free at 43

Bobby Hines poses for a portrait at his sister's home in Detroit, Sept. 12, 2017 after being released from prison. Getting out, he said, is like being born again. “If you were to die and you were to go to hell and see all of the destruction and fighting and killing down there and God were to breathe life back into you and you were given a second chance _ that’s what this is.” (AP Photo/Paul Sancya)

DETROIT (AP) — Bobby Hines stepped forward, smiling as he embraced the sister of the man he was convicted of killing.

Belgium doctors clash over euthanasia for mentally ill

In this Thursday, June 29, 2017 photo, psychiatrist Dr. Lieve Thienpont, right, speaks with Amy De Schutter, who received approval for euthanasia about a year ago, in Ghent, Belgium, one of the few countries that allow for euthanasia. Thienpont, a doctor, respected psychiatrist and prominent euthanasia advocate, believes that when modern medicine can’t relieve suffering, euthanasia, when doctors actively kill patients, should be an option. (AP Photo/Maria Cheng)

GHENT, Belgium (AP) — After struggling with mental illness for years, Cornelia Geerts was so desperate to die that she asked her psychiatrist to kill her.

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