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BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — Refugees who had hoped to move on from Hungary are continuing to refuse to leave a train that's been stopped near an asylum center where authorities are demanding that they register. The migrants want to avoid the center because they don't want to pursue their asylum claims in economically depressed Hungary. Nearly all hope to go to Germany.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Obama administration is greeting King Salman of Saudi Arabia with assurances that a nuclear deal with Iran will also come with the necessary resources to check its influence. The king is making his first visit to the White House since ascending the throne. Today's visit comes as Congress prepares to take up a resolution of disapproval of the nuclear agreement. Saudi officials have voiced support for the deal, but they have also expressed concerns about how well it will be carried out.
ASHLAND, Ky. (AP) — A county clerk in Kentucky is spending the night in jail for contempt after defying court orders and refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Meanwhile, five of her deputies have agreed to issue the licenses themselves, and a number of gay and lesbian couples say they plan to show up at the Rowan County clerk's office today to see if the deputy clerks will keep their promises.
FOX LAKE, Ill. (AP) — The Lake County Sheriff's Department in Illinois says the funeral of Fox Lake Police Lieutenant Charles Gliniewicz (GLIHN'-uh-wihts) will be held Monday. Meanwhile, a manhunt continues for his killers, though it's being hampered by a lack of description of the suspects. Investigators are examining video from a homeowner's security system that could provide clues in the search for the three men.
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) — Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio is pointing to the video game "Minecraft" as an example of how to prepare young people for the new economy. At an appearance in Chattanooga, Tennessee, the Florida senator said children playing "Minecraft" don't realize it, but they are learning elements of coding when they play. Rubio says the U.S. economy is going through a "massive transformation" and regulations need to be rolled back or avoided to promote innovation.
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