Both Austria and Germany opened their borders Saturday to thousands of refugees who had been staying temporarily in Hungary.
As Europe engages in a bout of soul-searching over its treatment of refugees, Gulf Arab states that have taken in no Syrian refugees are coming under increasing scrutiny.
The Francois Hollande-led government is reportedly expected make an announcement on the possible targeting of the Islamic State group Monday.
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.
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady again denied involvement in the so-called Deflategate scandal centering on the team's use of underinflated footballs.
Authorities will seek an arrest warrant for a 10th person, who shared an apartment with another suspect arrested a week ago.
A man called on the Church of Scientology's main line repeatedly and threatened to kill its leader, David Miscavige.
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