International

(Arlington, VA) -- The U.S. will conclude its combat mission in Afghanistan at the end of this year while reaching out to Sunni tribes in Iraq's Al-Anbar province. Press Office Director with the U.S. Department of State Jeff Rathke discussed those developments during a Tuesday...
(Mosul, Iraq) -- ISIS is said to be holding more than 70 members of the Iraqi defense minister's family hostage. The terrorist group reportedly kidnapped as many as 78 people related to the official, who was appointed to the position just more than a month ago. The family...
(Arlington, VA) -- Pentagon spokesman John Kirby insists there is no connection between Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel's announced resignation and the evolving U.S. strategy against ISIS. Kirby told a briefing that Hagel will continue working on the agenda that he established...
(Jerusalem) -- Israel could soon pass a law that would stir up even greater tension among the Arab minority living in the country. Conservatives like Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu are backing legislation that would declare Israel the homeland of only Jewish people. Others...
(Maiduguri, Nigeria) -- At least 30 people are dead after two teenage girls blew themselves up at a crowded market in northeast Nigeria. Today's bombing struck an area struggling to ward off a militant insurgency. Witnesses say one of the girls entered from behind the main...
(Moscow) -- Russia's most powerful oil official is due in Vienna for talks with members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. Tom Barton reports. Play Clip
(Undated) -- ISIS is congratulating its followers following the resignation of Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel. The terrorist group responded to news that Hagel was stepping down with an Arabic hashtag giving themselves credit for "toppling the American Defense Minister." Pentagon...
(Undated) -- A hotel in Sweden is giving rooms away to travelers with a lot of followers on social media. According to the British newspaper "The Mirror," the Nordic Light Hotel in Stockholm is allowing travelers with more than two-thousand Facebook friends to stay at the hotel...
(Undated) -- Honda admits it did not tell U.S. safety regulators about more than 17-hundred serious accidents. The Japanese carmaker said in a statement Monday that a third-party audit showed Honda did not report 17-hundred-29 deaths and serious injuries in crashes since 2003...