International

(Undated) -- The group claiming responsibility for the recent cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment is now demanding that the studio pull the controversial comedy "The Interview" "immediately." The authors of a note published to GitHub Monday warn that showing "the movie...
(Washington, DC) -- The U.S. Supreme Court is rejecting BP's appeal of its own settlement with businesses that suffered losses after the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. The court on Monday refused to hear the appeal of the London-based company that was arguing some of the businesses...
(San Diego, CA) -- The Arizona Diamondbacks are bringing in the top international slugger on the free agent market. The team has inked Yasmany Tomas to a six-year deal that MLB.com reports is worth 68.5-million-dollars. The contract is pending a physical and includes an opt-out...
(Washington, DC) -- Nearly 50 House lawmakers want answers from the White House about a report that says the U.S. could sanction Israel. They signed a letter to President Obama late last week demanding clarification on a report in an Israeli newspaper saying the sanctions would...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama is standing behind the public release of the so-called "torture report." Presidential spokesman Josh Earnest said today the government has declassified as much as possible of the congressional report on past CIA torture practices. The report...
(Brussels) -- Turkey is being pushed to do more in the fight against ISIS by the European Union, including identifying foreign fighters and stemming the flow of weapons into the region. Play Clip
(Washington, DC) -- U.S. embassies overseas are on high alert with the expected release this week of a Senate report on CIA torture. NBC News is reporting senior intelligence officials briefed the White House that release of the so-called "torture report" could spark violent...
(Monaco) -- The International Olympic Committee is announcing some radical changes to the games. At a meeting this morning in Monaco, the IOC approved a measure allowing future countries hosting the games to stage events in different cities and even countries. That decision...
(Undated) -- New documents show that the National Security Agency conducted a secret campaign to infiltrate mobile networks worldwide. The documents, supplied by Edward Snowden and published in "The Intercept," reveal a covert operation by the NSA to intercept private...