International

(Undated) -- A clinical trial of a promising Ebola vaccine is underway in West Africa. Dr. Peter Hotez from Texas's Baylor College of Medicine says while an Ebola vaccine would be a major breakthrough, it's still going to take time to develop. The experimental vaccine was given...
(Geneva) -- The death toll is rising in the Ebola epidemic. A report from the World Health Organization says the outbreak in West Africa has killed more than four-thousand people. The WHO said eight-thousand cases have been confirmed at the heart of the outbreak. In Guinea,...
(Birmingham, England) -- Pakistani teen Malala Yousafzai says she's honored to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. Today in England, the 17-year-old said it helps to reinforce her message. She was awarded the Peace Prize today along with a child rights activist from India...
(Baghdad) -- ISIS fighters are reportedly infiltrating Baghdad's outer suburbs. CBS News says the Iraqi army is battling militants who are staging hit and run attacks in Abu Ghraib. The area is less than ten miles from Baghdad International Airport. Military officials are...
(Undated) -- Mexican authorities say they've found more hidden mass graves in the area where investigators fear missing students were murdered by gangs and police. The attorney general in Guerrero state, where gangs are very active, says investigators aren't sure why dozens of...
(Oslo) -- An Indian human rights activist and a Pakistani teenager are the joint winners of this year's Nobel Peace Prize. The selection committee says it chose Kailash Satyarthi of India and Malala Yousafzai for their work against the suppression of children and young people,...
(Washington, DC) -- State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki says conversations are continuing with Turkish leaders about how Turkey can contribute to the fight against ISIS in neighboring Syria. Psaki said Turkey is "well-positioned" to help but stepped around questions about...
(Washington, DC) -- A new report links someone on President Obama's advance team to the 2012 Secret Service prostitution scandal in Colombia. National Correspondent Joe Gomez says Jonathan Dach is now working for the State Department. "The Washington Post" says new details from...
(Hong Kong) -- More pro-democracy protests are planned through the weekend in Hong Kong after city leaders called off today's talks with student demonstrators. The talks were called off when democratic lawmakers demanded a probe of a six-point-four million dollar business payout...