Migrants run against the traffic on a motorway leading to Budapest as they escape a transit camp in the village of Roszke, Hungary, September 7, 2015. Police used pepper spray on a crowd of migrants attempting to break through a cordon at Roszke, on Hungary's border with Serbia, on Monday, a Reuters witness said.        REUTERS/Marko Djurica  - RTX1RIU2

Hungary struggles with wave of war refugees


In Hungary, masses of refugees entering the country seeking asylum or passage to Germany have strained resources and divided citizens over how the government should respond. Continue reading

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Kids in trouble learn life skills through classical guitar


A program in a Texas juvenile justice center allows young men to improve their lives through classical music. Continue reading

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Should the U.S. take in Syrian war refugees?


As the refugee crisis continues in Europe, candidates running for president have begun to weigh in on what the U.S. should be doing. Continue reading

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Kentucky clerk sent to jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses


A county clerk in Kentucky went to jail Thursday for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Continue reading

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Experiment highlights effects of poor neighborhoods


Where children grow up has a big impact on their ability to improve their economic standing later in life, new research says. Continue reading

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