Clinton insists no wrongdoing in email flap

Hillary Clin­ton con­tin­ues insist­ing she has done noth­ing wrong in the way she used email as Sec­re­tary of State.

In Min­neapo­lis today, she tells reporters she never sent or received clas­si­fied emails.

The FBI con­tin­ues inves­ti­gat­ing ques­tions over clas­si­fied mate­r­ial dur­ing Clinton’s tenure.

She has received crit­i­cism over using a per­sonal email account and a pri­vate server while run­ning the State Department.

More vending machines with books may pop up soon

You may recall that Jet­Blue Air­lines started a project to give chil­dren more access to books.

Soar with Read­ing installed book vend­ing machines in Washington’s Ana­cos­tia neigh­bor­hood to give 100,000 free books to kids.

Now GOOD Mag­a­zine reports Soar with Read­ing has started accept­ing votes for its next city. The field includes Los Ange­les, Detroit, New York, Hous­ton, and Fort Lauderdale.

Palin to interview Trump

Sarah Palin inter­views Don­ald Trump tonight.

She says on Face­book that she intends to sit down with him for One Amer­ica News.

Palin claims she admires Trump and other can­di­dates who dare to “go rogue.”

Trump has expressed ope­ness to hav­ing Palin as a run­ning mate.

M&M’s releases pumpkin spice latte flavor

Candy lovers can cel­e­brate the cooler fall weather soon.

Tar­get has started sell­ing M&M’s with Pump­kin Spice Latte flavor.

Mars Choco­late has dipped into the pump­kin world before. A sea­sonal pump­kin fla­vor came out two years ago.

This year’s ver­sion comes out along with a pecan pie flavor.

American Pharoah rides into Saratoga

Amer­i­can Pharoah has arrived in Saratoga Springs for this weekend’s Tra­vers Stakes.

The Triple Crown win­ner has hit the track for practice.

The purse has increased to $1.6 million.

If Amer­i­can Pharoah wins the Tra­vers on Sat­ur­day, then it would mark the first time a Triple Crown win­ner has done this since Whirl­away in 1941.

Kenyan villages receiving solar-powered classrooms

In Kenya, 47 vil­lages receive a solar class­room in a box.

These class­rooms can accom­mo­date up to 40 stu­dents at once.

They include 11 desk­top com­put­ers, mon­i­tors, a server, a pro­jecter, and a screw­driver for assembly.

Fast Com­pany reports local mate­ri­als make up each class­room. Assem­bly hap­pens on site.

The solar boxes cost $20,000 each, and they have com­put­ers that can deal with the dust and heat of Africa.

One of Kenya’s largest cor­po­rate char­ity groups has paid for all this.

Temporary tattoos can provide positive reminders

The founder of Con­scious Ink believes an inspir­ing tat­too can change the world.

This new tem­po­rary tat­too com­pany offers uplift­ing reminders for you to put on your body for any spe­cial occa­sion or to help you man­i­fest pos­i­tive intentions.

Good News Net­work reports the com­pany pro­vides phrases to sup­port you through spe­cific sit­u­a­tions. These include breakups, recov­ery, grief, and pregnancy.

Each tat­too can last three to five days.

Yahoo! report: 280M mobile addicts around the world

Researchers have counted 280-million “mobile addicts” worldwide.

They describe these addicts as peo­ple who use their phone apps over 60 times daily.

Study from Yahoo! shows reg­u­lar users open their apps 16 times daily.

The new find­ings from Yahoo! show peo­ple in the United States spend­ing three hours 40 min­utes daily on their mobile devices.

That amount rep­re­sents an increase of 35 per­cent from last year.

Trump’s lead gets bigger

A new poll shows Don­ald Trump has widened his lead for the Repub­li­can pres­i­den­tial nomination.

The Quin­nip­iac sur­vey shows 28 per­cent of Repub­li­can vot­ers say they sup­port him.

This marks Trump’s biggest lead, eight points in front of the sup­port he had a month ago.

Ben Car­son comes in sec­ond with 12 percent.

Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio, and Ted Cruz each have seven percent.

Young Ohio State fan receives operation at University of Michigan

A 10-year-old Ohio State fan con­tin­ues recov­er­ing from a heart procedure.

How­ever, he thought the oper­a­tion would turn him into a Michi­gan fan.

Ivan Applin ranks as one of the first peo­ple to undergo a new pro­ce­dure at the Uni­ver­sity of Michi­gan to fix holes in his heart.

Doc­tors call his biggest fear com­ing out of the surgery as a Michi­gan fan.