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Here are six things to know for today.

An attorney representing the couples who sued Rowan County, Kentucky clerk Kim Davis over her refusal to issue marriage licenses says he will ask a judge to hold her in contempt again if she blocks her deputies from granting licenses. Davis is expected to return to work this morning.

Secretary of State John Kerry plans to focus on the global migrant issue today when he meets with the House and Senate judiciary committees. The U.S. is vowing to help its European allies with the escalating migrant crisis.

Thousands of Seattle schoolkids are starting the school year with a day off thanks to a teacher's strike. Both sides remain far apart on key issue, including pay raises, teacher evaluations, and the length of the school day.

The Satanic Temple wants to put a statue on capitol grounds in Arkansas right next to the statue of the 10 Commandments. The group says it formally petitioned the Arkansas capitol arts and grounds commission for permission to build a statue outside the state capitol building.

Serena Williams has defeated her sister Venus in three sets to move within two victories of completing the first grand slam since 1988. Serena improved to 9-5 against her sister in grand slam matches.

As of today, nobody's been queen longer than Elizabeth II, who has passed Queen Victoria as the longest running monarch in Britain's history. Over her reign, Elizabeth has dealt with 12 British prime ministers starting with Winston Churchill. Elizabeth's reign also oversaw seven Popes.

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