International

(New York, NY) -- Former Vice President Al Gore is addressing the effects of climate change at a special U.N. summit in New York. He says climate change is not a hypothetical future event but a real, undeniable one that is already affecting the U.S. Gore stresses that drought is...
(Undated) -- The latest video released by ISIS militants features captured British journalist John Cantlie claiming the U.S. is leading the charge toward "Gulf War Three." In the video that appeared online just after U.S. led airstrikes began hammering ISIS targets in Syria...
(Mexico City) -- Latin American leaders are debating drug policies and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto says he's against legalizing marijuana. In an interview at Bloomberg's headquarters in New York, Pena Nieto said legalizing marijuana would bring more drugs into countries...
(New Delhi) -- A young man is dead after he was mauled by a white tiger at a New Delhi zoo. Police say the attack occurred around lunchtime Tuesday after the visitor jumped into the tiger's enclosure. The victim was reportedly a 19 or 20-year-old man from New Delhi. A cellphone...
(Arlington, VA) -- Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says airstrikes in Syria were conducted to disrupt "imminent attack planning" against the U.S. and American interests. Kirby told a briefing that overnight airstrikes were very successful.
(Undated) -- Ebola could infect one-point-four million people in two countries in as little as four months. A new report by the Centers for Disease Control says Liberia and Sierra Leone could have 21-thousand cases by the end of this month if the disease stays on the current...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama will talk about the new airstrikes in Syria at ten o'clock this morning, Eastern time. The U.S.-led airstrikes went after ISIS and al-Qaeda targets inside Syria overnight. Airstrikes against ISIS targets have been going on in neighboring Iraq...
(Undated) -- Secretary of State John Kerry is condemning North Korea for their human rights violations. Kerry is calling on the North Korean government to stop its torture of prisoners. The Secretary of State says everyone needs to work together to make sure people are no longer...
(London) -- An organization based in Britain says the airstrikes in Syria overnight killed nearly 40 people. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says 30 al-Qaeda fighters and eight civilians, including children, were killed in the strikes. The U.S. Central Command released a...