International

(Seoul) -- North Korean state media is reporting leader Kim Jong Un is having health problems. In its first acknowledgement of ill health, state media says Kim is suffering from "discomfort." He's been out of the public eye since early September, but had been seen earlier...
(London) -- Air strikes against ISIS are being approved by Britain's Parliament. By a vote of 524 to 43, the British government just gave approval today. That means the Royal Air Force can join the air campaign against the terror group taking ground in Syria and Iraq. Six...
(Glasgow) -- Boeing is checking out one of its 787 Dreamliners after the plane made an emergency landing in Scotland today en route from Chicago to Poland. The aircraft with 248 passengers on board was flying to Warsaw when the crew received an alert from the fire protection...
(Baghdad) -- ISIS militants are changing tactics as the U.S. and other countries ramp up air strikes against the terror group. Residents of northern Iraq say there are fewer militant checkpoints nowadays. ISIS militants are also opting for motorcycles rather than obvious convoys...
(Undated) -- More nations are looking to join the fight against ISIS. Russia says it will help support Iraq in its fight against the terrorist group, but made no reference to the U.S.-led coalition now targeting ISIS with air strikes. Meanwhile, the British parliament is...
(New York, NY) -- The White House says it's not aware of any specific threat by ISIS against American and French subway systems. Iraq's prime minister mentioned the threat during comments to the UN. A spokesperson for the White House says there's no confirmed plot, and U.S...
(Undated) -- Coalition jets are dropping more missiles on ISIS-held oilfields in eastern Syria. A Syrian human rights watchdog is reporting U.S.-led forces hit oilfields in a province almost entirely controlled by the militant Islamist group. ISIS sells crude oil to fund its...
(Washington, DC) -- The FBI now knows the identity of the ISIS executioner nicknamed "Jihadi John." The masked militant is apparently responsible for the beheadings of American journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff and British aid worker David Haines. FBI officials do not...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama will be leading a Global Health Security Agenda Summit at the White House today. The Ebola epidemic in West Africa is expected to dominate the event. Speaking at the UN yesterday, the President said the epidemic represents a growing threat to...