Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton delivers a Wednesday morning speech in Washington signaling her position on the Iranian nuclear agreement. Republican candidates Donald Trump and Senator Ted Cruz will participate in a rally organized by Tea Party Patriots on the U.S. Capitol grounds in opposition to the Obama administration's proposed deal. Four Democratic senators said Tuesday they'll back the plan which secures the President with enough Congressional support to avoid vetoing a Republican resolution of disapproval.
-- In an exclusive interview with ABC News' World News Tonight Anchor David Muir, Hillary Clinton says she is sorry for using a personal email account and server while Secretary of State, calling it a mistake.
-- Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker refused to take a stand Tuesday on whether the U-S should accept more refugees already flooding into Europe.
Arizona's Department of Public Safety is investigating 9 incidents in the past 10 days involving projectiles hitting vehicles near or along I-10 in the Phoenix area. Police are working with the FBI and ATF. Investigatiors say "projectile could be a bullet or something else.”
-- “The fundamental right to asylum is one of the most important European values,” the president of the European Commission, Jean-Claude Juncker said earlier today during an address to the EU Parliament. “We should not forget that.” He then called on Europe to essentially stop making excuses and act.
--While Germany braces for some 800,000 asylum seekers this year, many of whom are fleeing Syria's civil war, the U.S. isn't saying if it will increase its worldwide quota for resettling refugees from 70,000.
-- The U.N. refugee agency is seeking an extra $30.5 million through the end of this year in an emergency appeal for financial help for Europe's refugee crisis.
-- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Europe's refugee crisis is a result of militant Islam in the Middle East which he says sees people running from some of the worst violence since World War II.
KY GAY MARRIAGE
After spending five nights in jail, Kentucky county clerk Kim Davis was released Tuesday by a judge's verbal order. Davis made an appearance at a Mike Huckabee rally outside the jailhouse and briefly spoke at the event, thanking her supporters.
VEGAS PLANE FIRE
A British Airways Boeing 777 experienced an engine failure on takeoff at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas Tuesday, federal aviation officials said, and video of the incident showed smoke and flames billowing from one wing. The passengers escaped to the runway using emergency slides and were bused to the terminal, the FAA said in a statement. 13 passengers were transported to a hospital reporting minor injuries.
SEATTLE TEACHERS STRIKE
Seattle Public School teachers are planning to go on strike Wednesday morning - the first day of school.
Apple makes a secret announcement Wednesday at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco. It's spurring plenty of rumors as to what the company will be announcing.
The family of Freddie Gray will hold a news conference Friday concerning a multi-million-dollar settlement with the city of Baltimore over Gray's death while in police custody.
IN FLIGHT TOUCHING
A family is suing American Airlines and an airline passenger for allegedly allowing their daughter to be sexually assaulted by the passenger on a flight from New York to Chicago. The girl, who's name and age has not been released, was an unaccompanied minor on the flight. The passenger, 57-year-old Muhammad Asif Chaudhry, pleaded not guilty Tuesday in Chicago to child sexual assault charges.
United Airlines CEO Jeff Smisek has resigned in connection to an internal investigation stemming from the Port Authority "Bridgegate" scandal. An earlier investigation into the scandal revealed United had created private flights from Newark Airport to a small airport in North Carolina not far from a vacation home belonging to then-New Jersey Commissioner David Samson. That flight was shuttered several days after Samson resigned from the PA. United named Oscar Munoz its new president and CEO.
Serena Williams beats here sister Venus to advance past the quarter finals at the US Open.
THE LATE SHOW
A new era begins on The Late Show, as Stephen Colbert takes over. George Clooney appears as the show's first guest along with Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush.