was guilty. that we ared out not going to press charges. it's really amazing. leon: the latest abc news/washington post poll in late june found the majority of americans disapprove of how clinton has handled questions about her e-mail. a terror arrest in our backyard. a former national guardsmen behind in bars. plus, high tech hackers targeting your car. a crime that is gaining traction.
her emails. megan hughes, abc news washington. >> and we'll have more on the hillary clinton email investigation as "action news" continues into, and of course on world news tonight with david murat 6:30. >>> commuters are facing challenges after a structural problem forced septa to take one-third of their rail trains out of service. some were so full they passed by stops in the thick of rush hour this morning. and now commuters are hoping for the best. john rawlins is live at septa headquarters where officials updated the situation this morning. >> a bit a rough ride this morning on a typical weekday it's estimated that 65,000 people take a train to work or into the city of philadelphia. today it's estimated that 35 and 40,000 people were able to do that. as you said trains actually bypass some would be riders and it could be tougher in the near future as more would be riders return to work after the july 4th holiday. from norristown to fern rock to wynnewood no evidence of a melt down but there was packed trains. >> the first train passed us by and this one here was okay and it w
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