International

(Undated) -- Reports say American troops were exposed to chemical weapons a number of times after the 2003 invasion of Iraq. The "New York Times" writes that U.S. troops reported finding about five-thousand chemical warheads, shells or bombs. Soldiers were wounded by those...
(Undated) -- Americans Reid Wiseman and Barry Wilmore are about to go space-walking. The astronauts will spend about six and-a-half hours today replacing a power regulator outside the International Space Station. Wiseman and Wilmore are scheduled to head out at 8:20 Eastern time.
(Undated) -- Toyota is recalling more than one-and-a-half million vehicles worldwide. The recalls involve Toyota and Lexus models because of problems with the brakes and other issues. The majority of recalls involve a faulty master cylinder that could impact braking performance...
(Undated) -- There are reports that ISIS terrorists may be planning "lone wolf" attacks against police and reporters in the U.S. NBC reports the FBI and Department of Homeland Security have started sending bulletins to law enforcement agencies across the country warning them of...
(Pretoria) -- South African track star Oscar Pistorius is in court for a third day, as his sentencing hearing continues. A defense witness said in court Tuesday that the Paralympic and Olympic sprinter known as the "Blade Runner" would not be safe in prison. Probation officer...
(Undated) -- The alleged mastermind of the attacks on the U.S. compound in Benghazi is facing new charges. Ahmed Abu Khatallah was indicted yesterday by a federal grand jury which added 17 new charges. Some of the charges are punishable by death. Khatallah was captured in Libya...
(Undated) -- More Americans think the U.S. should commit ground troops to the fight against ISIS militants. The latest NBC News/"Wall Street Journal" poll finds 41-percent of people surveyed saying ground troops and airstrikes are needed to defeat the Islamist forces that...
(Undated) -- Russian president Vladimir Putin and Ukrainian president Petro Poroshenko will talk about steps to peace in eastern Ukraine when they meet in Italy this week. Poroshenko and Putin will be attending a summit for European and Asian leaders in Milan on Thursday and...
(Undated) -- The alleged mastermind of the attacks on the U.S. compound in Benghazi is facing new charges. Ahmed Abu Khatallah was indicted Tuesday by a federal grand jury which added 17 new charges. Some of the charges are punishable by death. Khatallah was captured in Libya in...