International

(Wasington, DC) -- The Senate is in complete agreement when it comes to imposing sanctions on Iran if it violates a nuclear deal. Senators unanimously approved a non-binding amendment to a budget bill that would make it easier to reimpose sanctions if Tehran violated terms of a...
(Undated) -- More details are coming to light about how a Germanwings co-pilot managed to lock the captain out of the cockpit before the passenger jet crashed in the French Alps. A French prosecutor said today that while there is a touch pad the captain tried using to open the...
(Washington, DC) -- Senator Lindsey Graham says the Middle East is "on fire." The South Carolina Republican is raising concerns about the crisis in Yemen, which he says is being fueled by Iran. In a Capitol briefing, Graham voiced support for Saudi-led airstrikes against rebel...
(Washington, DC) -- State Department spokesman Jeff Rathke claims there is no military solution to the crisis in Yemen. Saudi Arabia and several other nations are pounding anti-government rebel targets with airstrikes. The U.S. military is providing logistical and intelligence...
(Undated) -- German officials are expressing shock over reports that the co-pilot of a Germanwings flight deliberately crashed a jetliner with 150 people aboard into the French Alps. Chancellor Angela Merkel said it's incomprehensible that such a thing could happen. French...
(Washington, DC) -- Several DEA agents are being accused of having "sex parties" funded by drug cartels. A report from the Justice Department's internal watchdog alleges ten agents participated in the parties between 2008 to 2012 with prostitutes paid for by cartels in an...
(Undated) -- Germany is shocked by reports that the co-pilot of a Germanwings flight appears to have deliberately smashed a plane with more than 100 people aboard into a mountain. Chancellor Angela Merkel spoke today through an interpreter. French authorities said today that the...
(Cologne) -- Lufthansa's CEO is refusing to call the Germanwings crash a suicide. At a press conference this morning, Carsten Spohr said "If a person takes another 149 people to death, suicide is not the right word." He added that he was "speechless" to learn that Germanwings co...
(Washington, DC) -- A top government official says the U.S.-led air strikes on ISIS are weakening the terrorist group. Retired General John Allen told the House Foreign Affairs Committee the air campaign is "clearly degrading" their capabilities. Allen is President Obama's...