New York Times
Brutal Images of Syrian Boy Drowned Off Turkey Must Be Seen, Activists Say
New York Times
At least 12 refugees fleeing the war in Syria, including two young boys, drowned on Wednesday while trying to reach the Greek island of Kos from the Turkish resort town of Bodrum, according to Turkey's state-owned Anadolu news agency. A sense of weary ...
How you can help Europe's migrant crisis
European migrant crisis: Photos of drowned toddler washed up on Turkish beach ...
Syrian family nearly hopeless in Budapest, but can't turn back
Kim Davis, Kentucky Clerk Blocking Gay Marriages, Has Had Her Own Marital Strife
The Kentucky clerk who says she's following "God's word" in her refusal to grant marriage licenses to same-sex couples is a longtime civil servant with her own history of marital struggles. Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis was divorced three times and had ...
Another Gay Kentucky Couple Denied Marriage License by Controversial Clerk
Kentucky clerk seeks same-sex marriage license reprieve
Marco Rubio Says Government Should Respect Kim Davis's Beliefs
Few senators are undecided on Iran, but Cardin is still struggling
Even as his colleague from Maryland on Wednesday provided the final vote needed for President Obama's Iran deal to survive, Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin (D-Md.) continues to wrestle with whether to support the deal â a decision that has pitted him against ...
Democrats and the Ayatollahs
Obama secures Iran deal victory in Senate: what changed Democrats' minds
White House isn't done counting Iran votes yet
REFILE-UPDATE 2-Obama heads to remote reaches of Alaska on last day of tour
(Corrects spelling of Alaska in first paragraph). By Roberta Rampton. DILLINGHAM, Alaska, Sept 2 (Reuters) - President Barack Obama headed to remote fly-in native villages of Alaska on Wednesday on a trek the White House hopes will bring attention to ...
Obama Visits Arctic Community to Highlight Climate Change
Salmon spawns on Obama during Alaska visit
In climate bid, Obama stares down melting Alaska glacier
Sheriff: Texas Man Killed by Deputies Appeared to Hold Knife
A second video that captured Texas deputies fatally shooting a man whose hands were raised appears to show that he was holding a knife, a sheriff said Wednesday, declining to release the video because the investigation is still going on. Bexar County ...
Sheriff: Lawyer says deputies didn't need to kill Texas man
Texas man killed with hands up may have been armed, police say
Shooting video disturbing, but let investigation play out