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The decision comes after hundreds of people decided to stop waiting for permission to get on trains and set off for Austria on foot.









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The officer faces charges of misleading a criminal investigation and other counts. He is being evaluated at a medical facility, and was fired.









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Authorities got to the man before he could access the area where the lions could have attacked him, and he was taken for an evaluation.









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Fiat Chrysler is recalling 7,810 sport utility vehicles in the United States to update software for radios to prevent hacking.









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Lawyers for jailed clerk Kim Davis say there are "easy" ways to accommodate her claim that gay marriage licenses infringe on her religious freedom.









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Caleb Jackson pleaded no contest to manslaughter and hazing charges for the death of Robert Champion. He will get credit for 2 years already served.









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Hundreds of migrants and refugees began a march towards Austria and Germany from a train station in Hungary.









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Rico Ridgeway, who was grazed by a bullet, was charged with assault with a deadly weapon, but the gunman is still on the loose. Another man died.









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Economists: While the economy added fewer jobs than expected, Friday's employment report will likely push the Fed to hike interest rates this month.









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Video from transportation division cameras shows the intersection near where the incident occurred before and after the death of Lt. Gliniewicz.









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Stevieon Jackson faces a burglary charge for his alleged role in the incident in which an 11-year-old fatally shot a teenager in St. Louis County.









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Thousands of mourners filled a church in Harris County, Texas, on Friday, to remember Deputy Darren Goforth.









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In an exclusive interview with NBC News' Andrea Mitchell Friday, Hillary Clinton said she's "sorry" there's been so much controversy over her private email server.









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Aylan Kurdi, the toddler whose drowning made headlines around the world, was laid to rest alongside his brother and mother.









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Cheers of "love has won" erupted in the Rowan County Courthouse on Friday as the first same-sex couple was granted a marriage license.









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Scientists are using submersibles to explore a German U-boat sunk off the Rhode Island coast the day before Nazi Germany surrendered in World War II.









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Harry Truman once ran for President against all odds...









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A 3-month old Bengal-Siberian tiger cub was found roaming through the streets of Hemet, California, on Thursday and sent to a shelter for aid.









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Researchers in Europe think they have figured out how dirt might help protect kids from developing allergies and asthma.









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Stocks traded lower Friday after a mixed jobs report that didn't give clarity on whether the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates.









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