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Thousands Of Migrants Stuck In Bottleneck At Greece-Macedonia Border

Migrant numbers in Greece are soaring as countries farther north close their borders or put caps on migrants. The U.N. says Europe is "on the cusp of a largely self-induced humanitarian crisis."

Paul Ryan Rebukes Donald Trump Over David Duke Endorsement

Any candidate who wants to be the Republican nominee "must reject any group or any cause that is built on bigotry. This party does not prey on people's prejudices," House Speaker Ryan said Tuesday.

Osama Bin Laden's Will: $29 Million That Should Be Spent On 'Jihad'

A new batch of documents reveals the tension between his desire to micromanage al-Qaida's day-to-day operations and his fears he might be detected and killed by sending out directives.

Why This German City Has Banned Coffee Pods In Government Buildings

Hamburg officials say single-use pods waste resources and aren't always recyclable. The city is believed to be the world's first to oust the capsules from schools, offices and other institutions.

British Umbrage Greets Decision To Have French Firm Make Famed Medals

In Britain, it's being called an outrage. In France, one story about the new contract starts with the sentence, "Admiral Nelson must be turning in his grave."

At A School For Kids With Disabilities, The Ski Team Hits The Slopes

The Massachusetts Hospital School's 85 students have serious, long-term health conditions. But that doesn't keep them from sports like skiing.

Strategies For When You're Starting Out Saddled With Student Debt

More people have more student loan debt than ever; last year, the average for a college graduate was more than $35,000. Here are some ways to set priorities for attacking that debt.

New York Judge Sides With Apple In Another Legal Faceoff With The Government

Though not binding on other courts, the decision cuts against the same law that the FBI is using to compel Apple's help in unlocking an iPhone used by one of the San Bernardino shooters.

Reporting On The Zika Virus Means Getting Up Close And Personal

A visit to a Brazilian virology laboratory at the epicenter of the Zika outbreak gives a reporter a close encounter with the mysterious virus that has triggered a global health emergency.

When Coal Companies Fail, Who Pays For The Cleanup?

The U.S. coal industry is fading. As more companies declare bankruptcy, they may not be able to pay for land restoration projects and taxpayers could be left with the cleanup bill.