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Hillary Clinton and her campaign team have called on the FBI to release all information about the latest development in the investigation into the Democratic candidate's email use.
In a letter made public on Friday, FBI director James Comey revealed the bureau would examine whether newly discovered emails contained sensitive government information.
Mr Comey has faced criticism from Democrats over the handling of the news, while his actions have been warmly welcomed by Republican candidate Donald Trump.
There has been a major surge in support for the Anti-Austerity Alliance / People Before Profit, in the latest political opinion poll.
The Sunday Business Post poll was taken earlier this week, ahead of the Dáil vote on a proposed abortion referendum.
The poll of 1,000 voters was taken between Monday and Wednesday of this week - the days before, during and after the Dáil debate on a bill to call an abortion referendum.
Gardaí have suggested they will break their planned strike if victims are in danger.
The Irish Independent claims that officers will only come out if there is an immediate threat to someone's life.
Thousands of members of the force are refusing to work on Friday as part of their pay row.
Northern Ireland’s First Minister has criticised the Irish government for its stance on Brexit.
In her first conference speech as leader, Arlene Foster told the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) that the Irish position was being fuelled by political instability.
The UFC will host a fight night in New York for the first time since MMA was legalised in the state, and the card contains a collection of intriguing fights.
Marquee fighters including Miesha Tate, Frankie Edgar and Joanna Jedrzejczyk will feature on the night with a Lightweight title fight between Conor McGregor and Eddie Alvarez headlining the event.