Refugees in Hungary start moving west on foot
BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) -- Hundreds of migrants frustrated at being stuck at two train stations in Hungary set off on foot for Austria on Friday, one group forming a line nearly a half-mile long as they streamed out of Budapest, the other breaking out of a train near a migrant reception center and then running toward the West after overwhelming police....
The Latest: EU hopes to redistribute 120,000 migrants
BICSKE, Hungary (AP) -- The latest news as tens of thousands of migrants pour into countries across Europe. All times local (CET):...
Guatemala ex-president back in court after night behind bars
GUATEMALA CITY (AP) -- Otto Perez Molina was back in court Friday after spending his first night as an ex-president in military custody. Perez Molina's jailing followed a historic day in which he resigned and Guatemala's Congress swore in Vice President Alejandro Maldonado to serve the remainder of his term....
More heartbreak for Ebola survivor after baby boy dies
FREETOWN, Sierra Leone (AP) -- It was the new beginning that Sierra Leone's first Ebola survivor, Victoria Yillia, had yearned for after losing 21 of her relatives to the disease: a newborn who would allow her and her husband to start a new family....
Cardin's opposition to Iran deal sets back White House hopes
WASHINGTON (AP) -- White House hopes for stopping a congressional challenge to the Iran nuclear deal and sparing President Barack Obama from using a veto suffered a blow Friday when a key Senate Democrat announced his opposition....
Contours of landmark UN climate pact starting to take shape
BONN, Germany (AP) -- U.N. climate talks are plodding ahead toward a worldwide deal to fight global warming, with negotiators agreeing to start work on a draft agreement....
2 men claiming to have found Nazi gold train go on Polish TV
WARSAW, Poland (AP) -- Two men appeared on Polish TV Friday saying they are the finders of a Nazi train said to be laden with gold - a claim that came as the Polish military inspected the alleged site in southwestern Poland....
Obama says US, Saudis want functioning government in Yemen
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Hosting Saudi Arabia's new monarch for the first time, President Barack Obama said Friday the U.S. shares King Salman's desire for an inclusive, functioning government in Yemen that can relieve that impoverished Arab country's humanitarian crisis. Their talks also addressed the Iran nuclear deal, a source of lingering tension in the U.S.-Saudi relationship....
United Arab Emirates says 45 of its troops killed in Yemen
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) -- The state news agency of the United Arab Emirates says the number of its troops killed in Yemen has risen to 45....
Germany: 30 apparently suffer amphetamine poisoning
BERLIN (AP) -- Authorities say emergency workers called to a conference center in northern Germany found some 30 people staggering and suffering from cramps, apparently as a result of amphetamine poisoning....
A U.S. District Judge ruled Thursday that NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell went too far in affirming the four-game suspension for New England Patriot's quarterback Tom Brady for his role in "Deflategate." This means that Brady is cleared of the suspension and is free to play unrestricted this season, including in the season opener against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Brady sticks to his claim that he was not involved in the conspiracy to deflate footballs below regulation standards in last year's AFC Championship.
Should Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis' salary be withheld for not performing the duties she was elected to perform?