This is CNN STUDENT NEWS.
I'm Carl Azuz.
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And if your school year is just getting started, we hope it's going well for you so far.
We're back from the Labor Day holiday.
It's often viewed as an unofficial start to the presidential campaign season and the candidates were out in force over the weekend.
Many are holding meetings, attending events, hosting fundraisers and they're concentrating on Iowa and New Hampshire.
Those are the two states where the first caucuses and primaries will be held early next year.
They'll help determine who each party's nominee will be in next November's presidential election.
Five people are officially seeking the Democratic Party's nomination.
Seventeen people are officially seeking the Republican Party's nomination.
Across the Atlantic, Europe is dealing with its most severe migration crisis since World War II.
Hundreds of thousands are crossing borders.
Most of them are from Afghanistan, Syria, and Iraq.
Some are migrants looking for a better life in Europe.
Many are refugees fleeing war-torn countries or the ISIS terrorist group.
And some European officials are concerned that terrorists themselves might cross into the Europe with the asylum seekers.
Austria and Germany say they can't keep up with the influx of people.
They want other countries to help more.
France and Britain say they will.
They're planning to accept tens of thousands.
Hungary has built a fence to prevent people from entering from neighboring Syria.
Their journey is treacherous.
It involves crossing nations on foot, walking dozens of miles.
It involves crossing the Mediterranean on overloaded unstable votes.
Under the spotlight of a Turkish coast guard cutter
You see-you see the refugees?