International

(Undated) -- The terrorist group that controls stretches of Iraq and Syria has rules for almost everything, and those rules do not allow people to leave. A website that monitors terrorist groups is publishing the rules ISIS uses to govern its fighters and their families. The...
(Brooklyn, NY) -- Jurors are set to begin deliberations today in the case of a Pakistani man accused of plotting a bombing in England. Prosecutors in Brooklyn accused Abid Naseer of emailing al-Qaeda in 2009 and using code to plan a car bombing. They said he used women's names...
(New York, NY) -- A CBS News poll says Americans continue to have a positive view of Israel. The new poll says 51-percent of Americans call Israel an ally of the U.S., an increase of ten percentage points from 2011. Twenty-eight percent of those polled describe Israel as...
(Montreux, Switzerland) -- The U.S. and Iran are into day two of talks on Iran's nuclear program. Secretary of State John Kerry and Iran's Foreign Minister are in Montreux , Switzerland for the talks. The Fars news agency says Iran rejected President Obama's demand that it...
(Undated) -- A British human rights group says the man who would become ISIS's beheader showed a much more moderate side before his descent into violent extremism. In an interview released by CAGE, Mohammed Emwazi expressed frustration with the British intelligence agents who...
(Washington, DC) -- America's spy chief is finally talking about the secret trip he made to North Korea back in November. James Clapper spoke about his visit for the first time Monday during a forum at the Council on Foreign Relations. Clapper said upon his arrival in Pyongyang...
(Moscow) -- Russian investigators say they're working to track down whoever killed Kremlin critic Boris Nemtsov. Hundreds of people filed past Nemtsov's open coffin today to pay their respects. Mourners included former British Prime Minister John Major and Russia's Deputy Prime...
(Undated) -- The yearlong search for a missing Malaysia Airlines jet could end in soon. Australia's deputy prime minister says his country, China, and Malaysia are discussing calling off the search for Flight 370 within the next few weeks. Malaysia Airlines Flight 370...
(Undated) -- A major study finds that drinking three to five cups of coffee a day could lower the risk of heart attack or stroke. Researchers in South Korea analyzed more than 350 studies covering 25-thousand middle-aged men and women. Scientists found that people who drank the...