This is AP News Minute.
Congressional Republicans have issued subpoenas to three technology companies that either made or serviced the private email server Hillary Clinton used while she was Secretary of State. The FBI recently closed its probe into the issue without recommending criminal charges.
Swimmer Ryan Lochte loses three sponsors following his out-of-the-pool actions during the Rio Olympics. Speedo announced the termination of its contract with him Monday, Ralph Lauren and a skin-care company followed.
Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe has again restored the voting rights of about 13,000 felons after his previous attempt was blocked by the state' supreme court. That court ruled that governors cannot restore rights en masse but must handle them on a case-by-case basis. McAuliffe said his administration processed each felon's paperwork individually.
And death-defying performers embraced the heat to perform at an international fire festival in Belarus. Artists from as faraway as the US, Costa Rica and France wowed the crowds with their flame throwing, fire taming and twirling skills.
Suzanne Yee Gaffney, Associated Press with AP News Minute.