International

(Hong Kong) -- Pro-democracy demonstrators and cab drivers scuffled in Hong Kong today. The cab drivers tired to tear down barricades the protesters put up on key streets. The drivers accused the demonstrators of hurting their ability to earn a living. Protesters have been...
(Baghdad) -- ISIS terrorists are gaining ground in both Iraq and Syria. National Correspondent Joe Gomez says the militant group is on the verge of taking the key Syrian city of Kobani, even as U.S.-led airstrikes hammer the region near Turkey's border. Gomez says ISIS has come...
(Pretoria, South Africa) -- A psychologist for the defense says South African track star Oscar Pistorius is a "broken man" since the shooting death of his girlfriend last year. Psychologist Lore Hartzenberg testified today at the double-amputee sprinter's sentencing hearing on...
(Undated) -- The United States can now use Turkish air bases to launch strikes against ISIS militants along the country's border with Syria. The U.S. was granted permission to use the bases today as international pressure mounts for Turkey to become more active in fighting the...
(Washington, DC) -- The White House doesn't think there's been a coup in North Korea. On NBC's "Meet the Press," national security adviser Susan Rice said rumors that leader Kim Jong-Un has been overthrown are just rumors at this point. The North Korean leader hasn't been seen...
(Washington, DC) -- The White House doesn't think there's been a coup in North Korea. On NBC's "Meet the Press," national security adviser Susan Rice said rumors that leader Kim Jong-Un has been overthrown are just rumors at this point. The North Korean leader hasn't been seen...
(Johannesburg) -- Olympic and paralympic athlete Oscar Pistorius will know this week whether he will spend time in prison for shooting and killing his girlfriend in February last year. A judge earlier ruled Pistorius was not guilty of intentionally killing Reeva Steenkamp, but...
(Cairo) -- The United States is keeping a close eye on ISIS activities as it attempts to take control of the Syrian town of Kobani. Speaking Sunday at a conference in Cairo, Secretary of State John Kerry said the U.S. is deeply concerned, but that it will take time to build the...
(Austin, TX) -- The Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee thinks the United States should consider putting travel visas from western Africa on hold. On CBS' "Face the Nation," Representative Michael McCaul said calls for banning all flights from the region go too far...