International

(London) -- Saudi Arabia is vowing not to cut oil production to boost slumping prices. Danny Cox of British-based stockbroker Hargreaves Lansdown says Saudi Arabia is no longer targeting higher prices. The country's oil minister suggested oil at 20-dollars a barrel would be...
(Undated) -- A new study suggests an Ebola vaccine is succeeding in West Africa. Researchers announced today that participants who received the vaccine showed an antibody response to the Ebola virus. The vaccine is made up of proteins that generate an immune response in the body...
(Undated) -- North Korea is still having trouble getting on the Web. An Internet analysis firm says service is still intermittent in the secrative communist country. North Korea appeared to lose its Internet connection entirely for about nine hours Monday, fueling speculation it...
(Undated) -- Making gingerbread houses is a popular holiday pastime but the folks at Volkswagen used gingerbread to make a VW van. According to the "Daily Mirror," 14 mechanics and assembly workers at the German car company's headquarters spent 150 hours recreating the sweet...
(Phoenix, AZ) -- Internet audiences could soon get to see the controversial movie "The Interview." The "Phoenix Business Journal" says tech company OwnZones is working on a deal with Sony. If the deal's approved, people can watch "The Interview" through OwnZone's website...
(Undated) -- Oil prices are staying soft and traders hope strong U.S. economic news will firm up the price of crude. Europe's benchmark Brent crude fell back to just above 60 dollars a barrel in early trading in Japan. West Texas Intermediate crude bumped up to nearly 57 dollars...
(Sydney) -- Australia's prime minister is warning residents to stay alert amid an increasing threat of terrorist activity. Tony Abbott says he's received intelligence about what he describes as increasing terrorist chatter following last week's siege on a chocolate cafe in...
(Washington, DC) -- Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell is looking to block President Obama's efforts to normalize U.S.-Cuba relations. McConnell remarked that lawmakers are already considering ways to limit the move. McConnell also said North Korea's hack of Sony was much...
(Undated) -- More than 50-percent of Americans support President Obama's plan to re-establish diplomatic relations with Cuba. The latest CBS News poll shows 54-percent of people surveyed say they approve of normalizing relations with the communist nation. Twenty-eight-percent...