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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at the National Federation of Republican Assemblies on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015, in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey) ** FILE **

Donald Trump on Kim Davis case: ‘The Supreme Court has ruled’

- The Washington Times

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says he can see both sides in the case of Kim Davis, the Kentucky clerk who has been ordered to jail for refusing to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples, but that “the Supreme Court has ruled” on the issue and “it is the law of the land.”

Republican presidential candidate and former Texas Gov. Rick Perry speaks at the Defending the American Dream summit hosted by Americans for Prosperity at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Columbus, Ohio, on Aug. 22, 2015. (Associated Press) **FILE**

Rick Perry responds to Donald Trump: ‘I’m still here’

The Washington Times

GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump said Thursday that so far, everybody who has attacked him “has gone down the tubes” and that former Texas Gov. Rick Perry, one of his 2016 Republican rivals, was “getting out of the race.”

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FILE - In this July 7, 2015 file photo, Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, right, is lead into the courtroom by San Francisco Public Defender Jeff Adachi, left, and Assistant District Attorney Diana Garciaor, center, for his arraignment at the Hall of Justice in San Francisco. The parents of Kathryn Steinle filed a wrongful death claim Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015 alleging that the San Francisco Sheriff's Department is to blame for releasing an illegal immigrant from jail despite a federal "detainer" request to keep in custody for possible deportation proceedings. A claim is usually a precursor to a lawsuit. (Michael Macor/San Francisco Chronicle via AP, Pool, File)

Judge: Suspect's confession OK in California pier shooting

- Associated Press

After five days of testimony spread over two weeks, a San Francisco judge said he is ready to determine if a Mexican national who became the focus of a nationwide debate over immigration should stand trial for murder.

Donald Trump (Associated Press)

The Donald tries out for the team

- The Washington Times

Now even Donald Trump is taking himself seriously. He's trying now to be colorful without being reckless, careful not to be rude when he doesn't have to be, and playing less the showboat and more like someone trying out for the team.

Kansas case highlights paradox in immigration-related cases

- Associated Press

Federal prosecutors are expected to ask a judge on Friday to deny bond to a Mexican man jailed in Kansas for unlawful re-entry into the U.S., but not because they think he might flee: They fear he'll get deported before facing trial. Again.

New emails show Hillary Rodham Clinton's family foundation's aims may have steered her foreign policy while secretary of state. (Associated Press)

Is this Clinton scandal the big one?

- The Washington Times

Edward Snowden said in an interview it was "completely ridiculous" that Hillary Rodham Clinton's private email system was ever insecure when she was secretary of state.

Dakota State hosts US Senate cybersecurity field hearing

- Associated Press

Some of the most significant challenges to confronting the burgeoning threat to the U.S. from cyberattacks comes from a lack of understanding about cybersecurity, a shortage of security experts and the increasing sophistication of Internet strikes, a series of experts said Thursday at a U.S. Senate field hearing.

Ethics panel investigating Rep. Mike Honda of California

- Associated Press

Democratic Rep. Mike Honda of California remains under scrutiny by the House Ethics Committee for allegations that he had congressional aides perform campaign work when they were supposed to be working on government business.

Ethics Commission to investigate complaint against treasurer

- Associated Press

The Arkansas Ethics Commission will investigate portions of a complaint filed against state Treasurer Dennis Milligan last month alleging rule violations in campaign expenditure reporting, use of government resources, hiring and other areas.

Court: Transgender asylum seekers can't be equated with gays

- Associated Press

Transgender people can be especially vulnerable to harassment and attacks and shouldn't be equated with gays and lesbians by U.S. immigration officials determining whether to grant asylum, a federal appeals court said Thursday.

A migrant lies on the track with a baby as she is detained  in Bicske, Hungary, Thursday, Sept. 3, 2015. Over 150,000 migrants have reached Hungary this year, most coming through the southern border with Serbia. Many apply for asylum but quickly try to leave for richer EU countries. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)

Hungary opens door to trains for migrants, but only to camps

- Associated Press

Thousands of people desperate to reach Western Europe rushed into a Budapest train station Thursday after police ended a two-day blockade, setting off a wave of anger and confusion as hundreds shoved their way onto a waiting train. But when it tried to drop them off at a Hungarian camp for asylum seekers, a bitter showdown began.