McGraw-Hill Education files for $100M IPONEW YORK (AP) ? Educational content maker McGraw-Hill Education plans to go public.
Refugees in Hungary start moving west on foot; buses offered
BICSKE, Hungary (AP) ? Hundreds of migrants, exhausted after long treks from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, broke away from Hungarian police on Friday and headed on foot for Western Europe. In a surprise nighttime announcement, Hungary's government said it would send buses to take them to the border with Austria.
Aretha Franklin blocks screening of documentary at festivalDENVER (AP) ? A federal judge is preventing The Telluride Film Festival from screening a documentary about a 1972 Aretha Franklin concert without the singer's consent.
Clinton, Rubio court Puerto Rico voters as crisis looms
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) ? Puerto Rico's financial crisis loomed over dueling Friday campaign appearances by Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton and Republican Marco Rubio, two presidential contenders with sharply different positions on a key issue for Puerto Rican voters whose influence is growing in U.S. politics.
Hungary lays on buses for refugees walking to Austria
Hungary late Friday laid on buses to ferry hundreds of desperate refugees who had set off on foot for the Austrian border after being stranded for days in Budapest's main railway station. With tensions growing across a divided EU, the human cost of the refugee crisis was underlined as the father of Syrian toddler Aylan Kurdi, whose drowning shocked the world, buried his family in their war-torn hometown. Germany urged an end to "recriminations" as Britain said it would take in thousands more Syrian refugees -- but only directly from camps, not those already in overstretched Hungary, Greece and Italy who are demanding their EU partners do more to help.
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Cardin's opposition to Iran deal sets back White House hopes
WASHINGTON (AP) ? White House hopes for stopping a congressional challenge to the Iran nuclear deal and sparing President Barack Obama from using a veto suffered a blow Friday when a key Senate Democrat announced his opposition.
No Clinton apology over use of private emails
Hillary Clinton refused to apologize Friday for using a private email account as US secretary of state despite an uproar dogging her presidential campaign, as she knocked Republican frontrunner Donald Trump. It was only the third sit-down television interview of her campaign, far fewer than just about all of her Democratic and Republican rivals.
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Guatemala's ex-president says Mexican drug boss tried to bribe himBy Enrique Pretel GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) - Fighting graft accusations, Guatemala's former President Otto Perez said on Friday he could have made "10 or 15 times" the money he is accused of stealing if he had taken bribes offered by powerful Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman. Returning to court for his second day of hearings, Perez said Guzman tried to buy him off shortly after he was captured in Guatemala in 1993.