150 Classified Messages In Latest Batch Of Clinton Emails

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The latest batch of Hillary Clinton's emails from her time as secretary of state contains 150 the government now considers "confidential," the State Department said Monday.

"We stand by our contention that the information we've upgraded was not marked 'classified' at the time the emails were sent," State Department spokesman Mark Toner said Monday in a press briefing.

Terry Loewen, who pleaded guilty to attempting to drive an explosive-laden vehicle and detonate it at an airport in Wichita, Kan., has been sentenced to 20 years in a federal prison. Loewen, an avionics technician, had an access card at the airport.

From member station KMUW in Wichita, Abigail Wilson reports:

5-Hour Line Turns Barbecue Pilgrims Into Cash Cow For Locals

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Texas has a barbecue joint known as much for its tender brisket as for the line of people waiting outside.

At Franklin Barbecue in Austin, people start lining up around 5 a.m., waiting six hours chatting with other line-waiters until the restaurant opens at 11 a.m.

This barbecue place is such a big deal, that entrepreneurs, like Desmond Roldan, are cashing in on its fans.

"People know me. I'm a big deal," he says, chuckling.

The ride-hailing service Uber has served more than 1 million customers in Philadelphia, despite operating under disputed terms for nearly a year. Now the city's regulators are taking the company to court.

Uber says it doesn't plan to stop operating in the city where it first launched service last October.

If, like me, you're an amateur taster of beer and wine, inevitably you've asked yourself why you don't taste that hint of raspberry or note of pine bark that someone else says is there.

He was called the Sultan of Shock and the Guru of Gore: Wes Craven, who died Sunday, directed dozens of now-classic horror movies, including A Nightmare on Elm Street and all of the Scream films.

Scream, from 1996, is an expert parody of horror movies, filled with inside jokes — like the girl alone in the house who gets a phone call that's coming from closer than she thinks. Writer Kevin Williamson made it funny. Craven made it scary.

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Foreign Buyers Scoop Up Abandoned Spanish Villages

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