FOX LAKE, Ill. (AP) — Helicopters are flying overnight and about 100 officers are searching in northern Illinois for three men suspected of killing a veteran police officer. The manhunt is centered in and around the village of Fox Lake, where Lt. Charles Joseph Gliniewicz (GLIHN'-uh-wihtz) was killed after radioing that he was chasing three men on foot.
HONG KONG (AP) — Wednesday is not going well for traders and investors in Asia. There's a major sell-off under way. Investors are concerned about poor manufacturing data. In New York, there was also a rush to sell stocks on Tuesday.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Supporters of the Iran nuclear deal are close to securing the necessary Senate votes needed to hand President Barack Obama a major foreign policy victory. On Tuesday, Democratic Sens. Bob Casey of Pennsylvania and Chris Coons of Delaware became the 32nd and 33rd senators to announce support for the deal. That's just one shy of the votes needed to uphold an Obama veto of Republican legislation aimed at blocking the agreement.
MOREHEAD, Ky. (AP) — A Kentucky county clerk who cites her faith for refusing to issue marriage licenses to gay couples has until the end of the business day on Wednesday to comply or face sanctions. A federal judge has ordered Rowan County clerk Kim Davis and her clerks to appear in court on Thursday. Two couples suing Davis hope that she is fined.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Philadelphia Archbishop Charles Chaput (SHAP'-yoo) says GOP White House hopeful Donald Trump is using "belligerent bombast" about immigration to play on the "worst fears and resentments." Chaput didn't mention Trump by name but called the idea to end birthright citizenship "a profoundly bad idea."