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Front Lines of the Refugee Crisis

Thousands of people desperate to reach Western Europe rushed into a Budapest train station after police ended a two-day blockade, setting off a wave of anger and confusion as hundreds shoved their way onto a waiting train that dropped them at an asylum camp

Kentucky Clerk Stays in Jail After Rejecting Compromise

A defiant county clerk refused a judge's compromise offer on gay marriage that could have kept her out of jail, while her clerks began to license marriages

Joe Biden: ‘I Just Don’t Know’ About 2016 Presidential Run

Vice President Joe Biden said on Thursday he remains uncertain whether he will mount a bid for the Democratic presidential nomination, expressing doubts about whether his family has the "emotional energy" for a run

Canada Says It Didn't Receive Syrian's Refugee Claim

Citizenship and Immigration Canada said it received no refugee application from the father of two drowned Syrian boys who have put a devastating human face to the Syrian refugee crisis. The agency did receive an application for the boy's uncle, but it was incomplete

Trump Rules Out Third-Party Run
Tom Brady Escapes Suspension in 'Deflategate' Victory
Guatemala's President Detained After Stepping Down
Democratic Support for Iran Deal Grows in Senate
1 Dead, 2 Wounded After Shooting at Sacramento School
Forest Service Spends Record $243 Million Fighting Fires
More Than 1,000 Arrested in Nationwide Prostitution Sting
Prosecutor Seeks Death Penalty for Church Shooter