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The FBI informed Congress Friday it's investigating whether there's classified information in new emails that emerged in its probe of Hillary Clinton's private server. At a rally in New Hampshire, GOP nominee Donald Trump praised the FBI's decision, saying "perhaps finally justice will be done."
Two explosions said to be caused by explosive-laden vehicles were seen in the Syrian city of Aleppo in footage released by a pro-opposition news agency. The explosions came on the day rebels launched a large-scale offensive to break a government siege of Aleppo's opposition-held eastern districts.
Two freight train crashed head-on in Pennsylvania, injuring two crew members. Neither train was carrying hazardous materials. Officials are trying to determine how fast each train was traveling at the time and what caused the crash.
As part of the public tours as well as in recognition of Halloween, several impersonators were on hand at the White House, portraying past presidents and first ladies. In the Red Room, former first lady Dolley Madison discussed the various ice-creams she served while at the White House, while Abraham Lincoln posed for pictures on his actual portrait.
Matthew Burgoyne, the Associated Press with AP News Minute.