Hungary's government eased restrictions on refugees traveling to other EU countries Saturday, after displaced people began protesting their inability to travel.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady released a statement on "deflategate" Friday, in which he denied involvement in the scandal, which saw the team use under-inflated balls.
The Clintons paid a U.S. State Department employee to maintain a private email server for Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state, a Clinton campaign official says.
The Russian president, who is a close ally of Bashar Assad, said the Syrian leader was ready to permit a "healthy" opposition to take part in elections.
As Europe engages in a bout of soul-searching about its treatment of refugees, Gulf Arab states who have taken in no refugees from Syria are coming under increasing scrutiny.
A new report on viewing habits from Ericsson ConsumerLab underscores cable television’s growing problem with "content discovery."
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