The U.S. State Department accuses Israel of no longer being interested in a negotiated settlement.
U.S. boots two Russians after attack on an American diplomat in Moscow, and Russia responds in kind.
After long maintaining that she did not send or receive classified information through her private email server, Clinton acknowledged she may have unwittingly done so.
The announcement came after the Justice Department declined to bring criminal charges.
The FBI director did say there was evidence of extremely careless handling of emails by Hillary Clinton.
Associated Press analysis shows at least 114 names missing from the calendar when compared to daily planning schedules.
The dissenting State Department officials have suggested that Obama consider modest military means to halt Syria's barrel-bomber-in-chief.
A close reading of the new report shows this is a nonissue for the presidential race.
A former State Department military liaison cited counterterrorism missions in the Philippines and Thailand.
Clinton may have to testify in a lawsuit related to the private email server she used while secretary of state.
The State Department said Australia had requested up to 2,950 small-diameter bombs and up to 50 guided test vehicles.
"The internal review is on hold, pending completion of the FBI's work," a State Department spokeswoman said.
At issue is whether Clinton's use of a private email was an effort to skirt open records laws.
A U.S. official said the matter was being investigated by the Inspector General, the State Department's internal watchdog.
One thing is clear—no major national secret was at risk of getting out because of Clinton's misjudgment.
The latest Clinton emails will push the department to 82 percent of the total it plans to release.
Five bloggers and a publisher were killed by Islamists in Bangladesh this year,
Nguyen Van Dai, who was badly beaten this month, was arrested last week for anti-state "propaganda.
About 30,000 pages of the former secretary of state's emails will be released altogether.
Refugees go through the most stringent background checks of anyone entering the U.S.