International

(Washington, DC) -- Starting tomorrow, it will get much easier to travel to Cuba. Following the announcement last month that the U.S. would start the long process to normalize relations with the island nation, today the administration said the new measures will allow travel to...
(Undated) -- U.S.-led forces are continuing the fight against ISIS in Syria and Iraq. The U.S. military says 22 air strikes have been launched since yesterday, targeting militants, equipment and buildings. Five of the strikes in Syria destroyed four fighting positions, a...
(Undated) -- Pope Francis says that someone who insults another person's religion can "expect" a reaction to their words. The Pope told reporters today that while he supports freedom of expression in the wake of last week's deadly terrorist attacks in Paris, he is against...
(Sofia) -- Secretary of State John Kerry wants to give the city of Paris what amounts to a "big hug" from the U.S. Kerry says that will be the purpose of his visit to the French capital on Friday, following last week's mass killings at a satirical newspaper and a kosher market...
(Brownsville, TX) -- Mexican nationals living in the U.S. can now get a copy of their birth certificate at any Mexican consulate. Starting today, all 50 Mexican consulates in this country can provide certified copies of original birth certificates to anyone born in Mexico...
(Washington, DC) -- Five people who were held at Guantanamo Bay for a dozen years are now on their way overseas. The Pentagon said Wednesday that four of the prisoners are being transferred to Oman. One is being sent to Estonia. U.S. officials say all five Yemeni nationals were...
(Manila, Philippines) -- Pope Francis is now in the Philippines. A huge crowd welcomed the Pope when his plane landed in Manila and more than 44-thousand Filipinos waited near the Papal Nunciature, where the pope will stay during his visit. He'll be in the Philippines for five...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron are standing together against extremists. The two leaders wrote a joint opinion article for the "Times of London" outlining the principles the U.S.-British alliance against terrorism. In the article...
(Undated) -- Wednesday's surge in worldwide oil prices isn't carrying over to Thursday. Prices for the Brent crude gained four and-a-half percent on Wednesday. But Brent is down 56 cents this morning, to 48 dollars and 13 cents a barrel, in early trading in Asia. U.S. crude is...