(CNN)President Obama is headed to his father's homeland. A gunman kills two, self at a Louisiana movie theater. Is Hillary Clinton facing a criminal investigation? It's Friday, and here are the Five Things to Know For Your New Day.
Five Things to Know For Your New Day
New probe?: A criminal investigation could be opened in relation to the personal email account that Hillary Clinton used during her time as secretary of state, according to a New York Times report. Inspectors general for the State Department and the intelligence agencies have asked the Justice Department to open an investigation
Ancestral land: In his first trip to his father's homeland as President, Barack Obama departed for Kenya yesterday, headed to a nation eagerly awaiting a man it considers a son. Obama, who's traveled to the East African nation in the past as senator, will attend a global summit before heading to Ethiopia.
Movie theater attack: As the previews ended and the lights dimmed for a screening of the comedy "Trainwreck," a man stood up inside a Lafayette movie theater, pulled out a handgun and fired indiscriminately. The shooter, a 58-year-old white man, killed two people and wounded seven others at the Louisiana multiplex last night before he took his own life, police said.
Autopsy results: The cause of Sandra Bland's death was hanging; the manner of death was suicide, a prosecutor said, citing preliminary autopsy results. Bland, whose arrest and death in custody stirred anger nationwide, did not have injuries on her hands. Such injuries are typical in cases of violent homicide.
Investigation continues: Federal marshals seized emails from a Georgia sheriff's office this week, more than two years after investigators there concluded there was no foul play when Kendrick Johnson, 17, was found dead inside a rolled-up gym mat.