International

(Undated) -- British Prime Minister David Cameron is unveiling a new set of anti-terror laws. Among legislation he's announcing will be restrictions on suspected terrorists traveling to and from war zones and restrictions on their movement within the UK. Critics say measures...
(Undated) -- NATO's secretary-general expects the Ukrainian parliament to drop the country's non-aligned status after next month's elections. Anders Fogh Rasmussen said today he believes Ukrainian lawmakers will take that step in a possible move toward applying for membership in...
(Stockholm) -- Swedish officials say a man hospitalized and tested in Stockholm over the weekend is showing no signs of having the Ebola virus. The unidentified man had recently traveled to a risk area for the deadly disease and had a fever when he was admitted to the hospital...
(Undated) -- The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee is criticizing what he calls the Obama administration's lack of action on foreign policy. Speaking on "Fox News Sunday," Michigan Republican Mike Rogers called ISIS in Iraq a long and growing threat to the United...
(Washington, DC) -- Obama administration officials are expressing concern over an Israeli plan to appropriate land in the West Bank. The State Department is calling the plan counterproductive to peace efforts in the region. Israel laid claim Sunday to nearly a thousand acres of...
(Pyongyang) -- Three Americans being detained in North Korea are speaking about the conditions of their captivity. Kenneth Bae, Matthew Miller and Jeffery Fowle were each given five minutes to speak with CNN on Monday. Bae, who was convicted of "hostile acts to bring down the...
(Undated) -- Russia is closing several of its highest-profile McDonald's locations as tensions with the West heat up. Regulators cited safety violations in temporarily closing 12 locations, but the U.S. sees the move as a direct response to sanctions imposed by Western nations...
(Undated) -- ISIS militants may be looking to cross the U.S. border from Mexico to carry out a terror attack. That's the conclusion of a Texas law enforcement bulletin. The document from the Texas Department of Public Safety is based on a review of recent social messaging by the...
(Washington, DC) -- The White House says there are currently no plans to raise U.S. security procedures further due to the threat of ISIS. Presidential spokesman Josh Earnest remarked today that the U.S. is always acting to counter terrorism in both seen and unseen ways, and the...