International

(Washington, DC) -- An invitation to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is keeping Republican House Speaker John Boehner on the defensive. Boehner told a Capitol briefing today that the House is an "equal branch of government" and has a right to extend such invitations to...
(Brussels) -- Survivors of the Auschwitz Nazi death camp are commemorating the 70th anniversary of its liberation by visiting the site in Poland. Over a million people, mainly Jews, were killed at the camp between 1940 and 1945. Jack Parrock reports. Play Clip
(Undated) -- President Obama is in Riyadh to visit the new Saudi King Salman after the death of King Abdullah. The delegation accompanying the President consists of Secretary of State John Kerry and several foreign policy experts, including Republican Senator John McCain and...
(Undated) -- It's unclear who fired rockets from Syria at the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights today. An Israeli military spokesman said the army retaliated with artillery after at least two rockets were fired. The attack comes nine days after an Israeli air strike in Syria killed...
(Tripoli, Libya) -- Three gunmen are holed up in a luxury hotel in Libya after setting off a car bomb in the parking lot. A spokesman for the Corinthia Hotel in Tripoli says the gunmen shot their way into the hotel after the bombing. Libyan security forces are surrounding the...
(Singapore) -- Investigators probing last month's AirAsia crash may have found a problem with the plane's automated control system. Sources close to the investigation told Reuters that a problem with the system may explain why the jet did not automatically correct itself before...
(Undated) -- President Obama is pressing India on religious rights, even as he pledged four-billion dollars in investments and loans. Obama reminded an audience of mostly young people at a town hall meeting today that India's constitution says all people have the right to freely...
(Undated) -- Japan is vowing to work with Jordan to free a Japanese man held hostage by ISIS militants. Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's government repeated today that it will not give in to terrorism, days after the jihadist group killed another Japanese hostage. ISIS threatened...
(Undated) -- BP is freezing pay for all its workers worldwide. The British oil giant said Monday the pay freeze is a response to a challenging market environment, highlighted by crude oil prices that fell by half in 2014. BP announced last month it plans to cut thousands of jobs...