Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton checks her PDA upon her departure in a military C-17 plane from Malta bound for Tripoli, Libya, in this October 18, 2011, file photo. REUTERS/KEVIN LAMARQUE/FILES

Review of Hillary Clinton emails to take months

WASHINGTON - A growing controversy over Hillary Clinton's use of personal email for work while she was secretary of state could drag on for months, threatening to cloud the expected launch of her 2016 presidential campaign.  Full Article 

Dollar revved up for jobs data, Nikkei hits a high 12:12am EST

SYDNEY - The dollar held pole position in Asia on Friday as bulls wagered a looming U.S. jobs report would add to the chance of rate hikes there, even as the European Central Bank embarks on a trillion euro campaign of bond-buying.

An airplane sits after crash landing at Penmar Golf Course in Venice California March 5, 2015. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

Harrison Ford injured in small-plane crash

LOS ANGELES - Film star Harrison Ford was injured when the "Star Wars" actor crashed his vintage plane on a Los Angeles golf course shortly after taking off from a nearby airport, his publicist said.  Full Article | Slideshow 

A pedestrian walks through a snow storm in New York March 5, 2015. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Snowstorm cancels flights, strands motorists

WASHINGTON - A late winter storm pummeled the eastern United States ahead of a cold front, canceling almost 5,000 flights as Kentucky dug out from up to 23 inches of snow that had stranded hundreds of drivers.  Full Article 

Cardinal Edward Egan waves to the crowd in front of St. Patricks Cathedral during the annual Easter Parade in New York, in this file photo taken April 16, 2006.   REUTERS/Keith Bedford/Files

Former New York archbishop Egan, dies at 82

NEW YORK - Cardinal Edward Egan, a former Roman Catholic archbishop of New York, who won praise for his leadership after the Sept. 11 attacks but was criticized for his handling of a clergy sex abuse scandal, died on Thursday at age 82.  Full Article 

Shi'ite fighters launch a rocket towards Islamic State militants during heavy fighting in Salahuddin province, March 4, 2015. Islamic State militants have set fire to oil wells in the Ajil field east of the city of Tikrit to try to hinder aerial attacks aimed at driving them from the oilfield, a witness and military source said. A police source in Salahuddin province, where Tikrit is located, said an eight-vehicle convoy of Islamic State insurgents attacked Iraqi forces at dawn on Thursday in al-Muaibidi area east of Alam.  Picture taken March 4, 2015. REUTERS/ Mahmoud Raouf (IRAQ - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT MILITARY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

Islamic State torches oil field near Tikrit

BAGHDAD - Islamic State militants have set fire to oil wells northeast of the city of Tikrit to obstruct an assault by Shi'ite militiamen and Iraqi soldiers.  Full Article 

A line forms in advance of a grassroots 'Women for Wolf' rally with Hillary Rodham Clinton and Democratic challenger for Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia, October 9, 2014.  REUTERS/Mark Makela

Focus on women's pay may resonate broadly

WASHINGTON - A Reuters/Ipsos poll shows that about two-thirds of Americans believe men are generally paid more than women, a finding that suggests that Democrat Hillary Clinton's message on pay inequality could resonate with Americans.  Full Article