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.
With clerk jailed, gay Kentucky couples get marriage license
MOREHEAD, Ky. (AP) — A gay couple emerged from a Kentucky county clerk's office with a marriage license in hand Friday morning, embracing and crying as the defiant clerk who runs the office remained jailed for her refusal to issue the licenses because she opposed same-sex marriage.
Benghazi panel questions Clinton aide amid public spat
WASHINGTON (AP) — A congressional inquiry into the deadly 2012 attacks in Libya focused Friday on a member of Hillary Rodham Clinton's inner circle as a nasty public fight erupted between a Republican aide and a Democratic lawmaker who called for the panel to disband.
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 that 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.