WASHINGTON (AP) — Lawmakers will get more information today on what the U.S. sees as its role in the European migrant crisis. The U.S. is vowing to help its European allies, and Secretary of State John Kerry plans closed door meetings today to brief members of the House and Senate Judiciary committees.
BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — A Hungarian camerawoman has been tripped up by the very medium in which she works. The N1TV Internet channel says its employee, widely identified in Hungarian media as Petra Laszlo, has been fired after she was caught on video kicking and tripping migrants entering Hungary across the border with Serbia. Laszlo can be seen kicking at least one migrant and tripping a man carrying a small child.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Police in Missouri say they're investigating a triple shooting in Kansas City. They say a family member returned home and discovered the bodies of a man, a woman and an infant. Police do not have a description of a suspect.
BALTIMORE (AP) — A judge in Baltimore is nearing a decision on whether to move the trial of six officers charged in Freddie Gray's death out of the city, and the city's $6.4 million settlement with the family could end up being a factor. The settlement is expected to be approved today and the judge's decision on a change of venue is expected tomorrow. Defense attorneys requested a change of venue, citing pre-trial publicity.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Iran nuclear deal appears poised for eventual adoption despite opposition from congressional Republicans and on the presidential campaign trail. But the effort to kill the deal continues today as Republican presidential candidates Donald Trump and Ted Cruz team up with other conservatives, including former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, for a rally on the lawn of the Capitol. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton plans a speech to support the deal.