International

(Washington, DC) -- U.S. investigators think North Korea hired hackers from outside the country to do the cyberattack against Sony Pictures. An official close to the investigation said Monday that North Korea lacks the capability to pull off a sophisticated campaign by itself,...
(Athens) -- Italian and Greek authorities continue searching for survivors of a burning ferry in the Adriatic Sea. Ten people are reported to have died in the fire. More than 400 people have been evacuated from the Italian ferry, which caught fire Sunday morning. Crews using...
(Undated) -- Indonesian searchers say they've spotted wreckage that could be from a missing AirAsia jetliner. An Indonesian air force official involved in the search told reporters today that he and other searchers saw about "ten big objects" and many more smaller ones on the...
(Washington, DC) -- A U.S. warship is headed to the Java Sea to help search for the missing AirAsia jet. A military official says the guided-missile destroyer USS Sampson will join in the search for the plane which vanished Sunday with 162 people on board. The Sampson is based...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama says Iran has a chance to "get right with the world." In an NPR interview, Obama says Iran could become a very successful regional power if it agrees to a deal over its nuclear program. Iran claims the program is strictly for peaceful purposes...
(Washington, DC) -- The U.S.-led coalition is continuing an intense aerial bombardment targeting the terrorist organization ISIS. From Washington, Rob Flynn has more. Play Clip
(Kabul) -- The Taliban say they have defeated the U.S. and its allies in the Afghan war. This comes the day after the coalition officially marked the end of its combat role there. About 13-thousand troops will remain in Afghanistan to support the country's army and police. A...
(Washington, DC) -- It's unclear what role the U.S. might play in helping to search for missing AirAsia Flight 8501. State Department spokesman Jeff Rathke said today that the Indonesian request for help is "under review." He did not give a timeline for a response. The plane was...
(Glasgow) -- Scotland is confirming its first case of Ebola. The Scottish government says a healthcare worker arrived recently from Sierra Leone at Glasgow Airport and was diagnosed with Ebola at an area hospital. The patient is in isolation, but officials say she traveled...