International

(Undated) -- A woman who stopped on a Canadian highway to save some ducklings is getting a ten-year driving ban and jail time in the deaths of two people. Emma Czornobaj was sentenced Thursday to 90 days in jail, ten years of no driving and 240 hours of community service. She...
(Trenton, NJ) -- As President Obama moves to normalize diplomatic relations with Cuba, the fate of dozens of American fugitives living on the island remains unclear. That includes an accused cop killer from New Jersey. Joanne Chesimard is on the FBI's most wanted list with a...
(Undated) -- Sony will likely take a major financial hit over its decision not to release its controversial comedy "The Interview" next week. The studio announced the move yesterday after major theater chains dropped the film citing a terror threat posted by hackers. Sony's...
(Moscow) -- Russian President Vladimir Putin says Western sanctions are partly to blame for Russia's economic crisis. Anya Ardayeva reports from Moscow. Play Clip
(Geneva) -- The United Nations is letting Iraq skip a year of Gulf War reparation payments. The United Nations Gulf War compensation body agreed Thursday to postpone Iraq's payment for a year due to budgetary problems and low oil prices. Iraq is required to deposit five percent...
(Moscow) -- Russian President Vladimir Putin is trying to reassure Russians that the ruble will be able to make a rebound from its recent collapse. Putin made the statement earlier today during his annual press conference in Moscow. The Russian ruble has tumbled nearly 50-...
(Washington, DC) -- The White House says the FBI is leading an investigation into the cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment. U.S. investigators have determined that North Korea is behind the attack. Meanwhile, Sony has announced it's canceling the release of the...
(Washington, DC) -- U.S. Senator Ted Cruz says President Obama's decision to start normalizing relations with Cuba is a "tragic mistake." Speaking on Fox News, the Texas Republican said the President has followed the same pattern of appeasement with Russia and Iran which puts...
(Washington, DC) -- Alan Gross' teeth might be broken from years in captivity, but he says his spirit remains in tact. He was released early Wednesday from a Cuban prison and made his first public appearance, which will likely be his only one for a while. The announcement of his...