International

(Washington, DC) -- The U.S. Supreme Court appears to be closely divided over the constitutionality of a law that allows Americans born in Jerusalem to have Israel noted as their place of birth on passports. The case centers on whether the President or Congress has the authority...
(Abu Dhabi) -- An American architect is in an Abu Dhabi jail after allegedly snapping photos of a restricted area. Dr. Robert Black of Athens, Georgia, was speaking at a conference in the capital city. Black's daughter managed to speak to him and she said her father is sorry for...
(Washington, DC) -- The Justice Department continues to vet possible executive actions on immigration reform. Attorney General Eric Holder says active discussions are continuing with the White House over what President Obama may do on immigration reform after the midterm...
(Vienna) -- The UN is urging nations not to impose harsh restrictions on healthcare workers taking part in the fight against Ebola. Secretary General-Ban Ki-moon warned today against unnecessarily limiting the movement of health professionals traveling to and from West Africa...
(Miami, FL) -- A veteran Marine is back home in Florida after spending eight-months in a Mexican prison. A judge ordered the release of retired Marine Sergeant Andrew Tahmooressi on Friday. Tahmooressi and his mother arrived at the Opa-Locka airport early Saturday. Tahmooressi...
(Undated) -- Investigators believe they're honing in on what may have caused Friday's crash of Virgin Galactic's space plane in California's Mojave Desert. Sunday, the National Transportation Safety Board said a system to help the spacecraft descend deployed early, which could...
(Undated) -- Argentina is wiping out Procter and Gamble. The American consumer products giant is banned from doing business in Argentina after the South American country accused P-and-G of inflating the price of its products and trying to avoid taxes. Procter and Gamble has...
(Undated) -- A British preacher accused of encouraging young Muslims to join ISIS is hinting that the militant Islamist group will attack the West. Anjem Choudary told CBS "60 Minutes" Sunday night that attacks in Britain and the U.S. are inevitable. British authorities have...
(Undated) -- A British preacher accused of encouraging young Muslims to join ISIS is hinting that the militant Islamist group will attack in the West. Anjem Choudary told CBS' "60 Minutes" attacks in Britain and the U.S. are inevitable. British authorities have charged Choudary...