What We're Following This Evening
Emails upon emails: The State Department released the 14th and final batch of correspondence from Hillary Clinton’s private server, bringing the total to more than 52,000 emails. About 2,000 were censored for containing information deemed classified.
Violent clash at Trump rally: An unidentified Secret Service agent at a campaign event in Virginia grabbed a TIME photographer by the neck and then slammed him into the ground following a verbal altercation. The publication said it has contacted the protection agency about the agent’s response, and said that the photographer, Chris Morris, felt sorry for his part in escalating the confrontation.
An attendee shared video of the incident on Instagram:
So I went to the #Trump rally today. I went with an open mind, hoping to hear his ideas on how he would handle the country if he were president. Instead, I listened to him slander other running candidates and the press. In all, I'd say my perception of Trump hasn't changed. If anything I feel more confident to say #dumptrump In honor of the insane amount of hatred in this mans campaign, here's a video I got of a reporter being choke slammed by a security guy #makeamericahateagain
Goodbye to zero-G: Scott Kelly has transferred command of the International Space Station over to fellow NASA astronaut Tim Kopra in preparation for his return home tomorrow. In his American-record-breaking 340 days in space, Kelly became known for his mesmerizing photographs of the planet. Alan has a greatest-hits collection here, and watch the handover here:
On his last day onboard, @StationCDRKelly hands over command of the @Space_Station to @astro_tim. https://t.co/Atodu2N2F0— Intl. Space Station (@Space_Station) February 29, 2016