International

(Washington, DC) -- White House Ebola czar Ron Klain starts his new job today as things start looking up for patients here in the United States. Freelance NBC News cameraman Ashoka Mukpo is now free of Ebola and will be allowed to leave the biocontainment unit at the Nebraska...
(Undated) -- Secretary of State John Kerry is flying home on a commercial flight after his plane broke down -- again. Kerry's aging Air Force plane is grounded for the fourth time this year. He had stopped for a day in Hawaii after visiting Afghanistan, Myanmar, Australia and...
(Undated) -- Hurricane Gonzalo is powering back up to Category Four strength. The storm has sustained winds of 140 miles an hour as it marches north toward Bermuda, where hurricane warnings are in effect. Weather forecasters are warning of high surf and a rip current threat...
(Washington, DC) -- "Inherent Resolve" is the Pentagon's name for the military operation against ISIS. The U.S. and several Arab allies began launching air strikes against the militant group in Syria last month. A U.S.-led coalition is also targeting ISIS forces in neighboring...
(Monrovia) -- The World Health Organization says the Ebola outbreak in West Africa is getting worse. The W-H-O announced today close to 45-hundred people have died from the outbreak and there are now close to nine-thousand confirmed, probable and suspected cases in seven...
(Undated) -- The FBI is warning businesses of recent cyberattacks that it believes are backed by the Chinese government. The warning describes the methods used by the hackers and asks companies to contact the FBI if they believe they've been hacked. In the document the agency...
(Washington, DC) -- The Pentagon says hundreds of ISIS fighters have been killed in coalition airstrikes on Kobani. Pentagon spokesman Rear Admiral John Kirby said at a Wednesday briefing that the airstrikes have increased because there are more and more ISIS fighters around the...
(Washington, DC) -- The Pentagon says it cannot confirm if any U.S. soldiers exposed to chemical weapons during the invasion of Iraq were told to keep quiet. The "New York Times" reports between 2004 and 2011, U.S. troops found about five-thousand chemical warheads, shells or...
(Washington, DC) -- Retired General John Allen is citing progress in the fight against ISIS in Iraq and Syria. In a briefing at the State Department Wednesday, Allen said all members of the coalition have different and vital roles to play. Allen is President Obama's special...