International

(Undated) -- The European Parliament is planning to vote on whether Google's search business should be split away from the Internet giant's other services. It's the European Union's latest move in an antitrust investigation of Google that has gone on for four years. Google's...
(New York, NY) -- Scientists say an experimental Ebola vaccine made by GlaxoSmithKline has passed an early safety test. A report in the "New England Journal of Medicine" says the vaccine has caused no serious side effects and produced an immune response in all 20 volunteers who...
(Sydney, Australia) -- Australian cricket batsman Phillip Hughes is dead. Cricket Australia CEO James Sutherland says the 25-year-old Hughes died Thursday in a Sydney hospital after being hit in the head by a ball two days ago. He suffered a severe head injury in a match at the...
(Undated) -- Officials say U.S. special forces were used to free hostages being held by al-Qaeda terrorists in Yemen. "The New York Times" reports the eight hostages were rescued from a cave during a pre-dawn raid on Tuesday. Officials say the freed hostages included six Yemeni...
(Brussels) -- The European Commission has announced a 315 billion euro investment plan to help boost Europe's competitiveness. In a speech to the European Parliament, EU Commission President Jean Claude Juncker said austerity drives to reform Europe's economy would continue, but...
(Moscow) -- France has suspended, "until further notice," the controversial delivery of a helicopter carrier warship to Russia. The warship was due to be handed over last month, but Russia's actions in Ukraine delayed the delivery. Tom Barton reports. Play Clip
(Undated) -- One of the scientists who first discovered Ebola decades ago says things might get worse in the short term, but new infections will likely start to decline in all affected areas by the end of the year. Peter Piot says he thinks the massive global response will start...
(Moscow) -- Russian business leaders are remaining tight lipped about the possible consequences of Western sanctions on Russia over its actions in Ukraine. Reporter Jake Rashbass is in Moscow at a conference of business leaders who are worried about the Russian economy. While...
(Undated) -- Astronauts on the International Space Station are making spare parts on a 3-D printer. The printer was installed on the space station on November 17th and crew members ran a couple of test prints. On Monday, ground control sent the command for the 3-D printer to...