World News Student Accused of Serial Rape Said Influences Include Satan 2016-10-28T21:28:25.000000Z The accused rapist told the newspaper his other influences were Jimi Hendrix and Flight of the Conchords. Supreme Court to Hear Transgender-Rights Case 2016-10-28T21:22:18.000000Z The U.S. Supreme Court on Friday said it would take up a case involving the hot button issue of transgender rights. Plane Catches Fire at O'Hare Airport, Minor Injuries Reported 2016-10-28T21:21:15.000000Z The FAA said the jet blew a tire and aborted takeoff, and the passengers deplaned. American Airlines described the incident as an engine malfunction. Email Shows How Podesta Account May Have Been Hacked 2016-10-28T21:16:19.000000Z An email released by WikiLeaks appears to show Podesta being notified that he needed to change his password -- a tactic used in phishing scams. Emails in Clinton Case Found in Anthony Weiner Investigation 2016-10-28T20:28:00.000000Z Federal officials tell NBC News emails referred to by FBI Director Comey's letter to Congress were part of an investigation into Anthony Weiner. Clinton Doesn't Mention Email Investigation at Rally 2016-10-28T19:28:00.000000Z Hillary Clinton did not mention the FBI's decision to review additional emails related to its investigation into her private server during a rally on Friday in Iowa. 'We Won't Step Down': 140 Arrested at N.D. Pipeline Site 2016-10-28T19:17:00.000000Z Authorities arrested 141 protesters heading into the early hours of Friday, culminating a more than 6-hour standoff between activists and police. Judge Wants Florida to Add More Voters to the Rolls 2016-10-28T18:04:52.000000Z Claims of fraud or intimidation, long wait times, machine snafus, controversies over counting votes? We're following them here. Trump Lauds FBI for 'Courage' to Investigate Clinton Emails 2016-10-28T17:53:00.000000Z Trump on Friday responded to breaking news that the FBI would investigate additional emails from Hillary Clinton's private server by praising the FBI. Anti-Trump Senator Pulls a Trump 2016-10-28T17:36:00.000000Z Illinois GOP Sen. Mark Kirk is ending his campaign sounding a lot like the candidate he's tried to distance himself from all year -- Donald Trump.