International

(Washington, DC) -- President Obama plans to avoid sending American ground forces into the fight against ISIS. According to Deputy National Security Adviser Tony Blinken, most Americans don't want that, and the terrorist group does. On "Fox News Sunday," Blinken said ISIS wants...
(Portland, ME) -- Speaker of the House John Boehner believes he and President Obama can find common ground. On ABC's "This Week," the Ohio Republican said he believes immigration reform can be accomplished. He expects the President to be more compromising in an effort to...
(Mount Ontake, Japan) -- Four people are officially dead after a volcanic eruption in Japan with dozens more announcements expected. At least 31 people were found lifeless on Mount Ontake today, some buried in more than a foot of ash. However, Japanese custom is not to declare...
(Gleneagles, Scotland) -- Europe has captured its third straight Ryder Cup with a 16-and-a-half to 11-and-a-half victory over the United States. The Europeans grabbed six-and-a-half points from the 12 singles matches on Sunday to clinch the title for the sixth time in seven...
(Tokyo) -- The Japanese military is joining in the search for hikers trapped on Mount Ontake after the volcano suddenly erupted on Saturday. Hundreds of people, including children, were stranded on the peak after ash, rocks and steam shot out of the mountain for nine hours. Most...
(Washington, DC) -- The Pentagon says it has expanded airstrikes against ISIS militants in Syria to a Kurdish area along the Turkish border. The strikes took place in a region where ISIS forces have been taking over Kurdish villages one at a time over the past week. More attacks...
(Undated) -- British fighter jets are now flying combat missions in Iraq after parliament approved bombing missions against Islamic militants. Two Royal Air Force Tornado jets flew over northern Iraq today but did not carry out any air strikes. A British defense official says...
(Tokyo) -- Dozens are reported missing or seriously injured after Mount Ontake erupted in Japan. Ash, rocks, and steam were shooting out of the mountain for nine hours, stranding hikers. Most of the people on the mountain have reached the bottom but some are still trapped in...
(Mainz, Germany) -- The U.S. Army is investigating an incident in which an American soldier was shot by German police following an Oktoberfest celebration. A police spokesman said the soldier was transported to a hospital after sustaining a head injury at Munich's world-famous...