International

(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...
(Washington, DC) -- Iranian nuclear talks are set to resume in Geneva. State Department spokesperson Marie Harf says Secretary of State John Kerry has been working with the U.S. negotiating team on pushing Iran to curb its nuclear program. Iran wants an end to international...
(Washington, DC) -- State Department spokesperson Marie Harf says a video claiming credit for last week's terrorist attacks in Paris is authentic. The video came from AQAP, also known as al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula or al-Qaeda in Yemen. Harf insisted that the U.S. has not...
(Undated) -- Yemen's top al-Qaeda leader is claiming responsibility for the massacre at French magazine Charlie Hebdo . The leader said today that assailants were ordered by al-Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri to attack the satirical publication as retribution for its "insults" to...
(New York, NY) -- Tesla stock is plunging. Shares were trading well below 200-dollars Wednesday after CEO Elon Musk mentioned disappointing car sales in China. Speaking to reporters at the Detroit Auto Show yesterday, he also indicated Tesla doesn't expect to turn a profit until...
(Tehran) -- Iran is calling a French satirical magazine's decision to publish a cartoon of the Prophet Muhammed "insulting." A spokeswoman for the foreign ministry in Tehran condemned the decision, calling it "provocative." The new issue of "Charlie Hebdo" hit newsstands today...
(Undated) -- The World Bank is lowering its outlook for the global economy. The bank adjusted its forecast for 2015 on Tuesday, predicting the world economy will grow at a flat three-percent this year. That's down three-tenths of a percent from its earlier forecast. Bank...
(Washington, DC) -- Islamic State militants in Syria and Iraq are reeling after U.S.-led forces launched 18 air strikes against them in the last 24 hours. The U.S. military said today that twelve of the strikes were in Iraq and targeted tactical units, buildings and equipment...