International

(Paris) -- The president of France is calling the terror attack on a Paris magazine an "appallingly cowardly assassination." Through a Fox News interpreter, President Francois Hollande says tomorrow will be a national day of mourning in the country after 12 people were killed by...
(New York, NY) -- The FBI director says he's confident North Korea was behind the Sony hack. Speaking at a cybersecurity conference in Manhattan today, James Comey rebuffed reports claiming the hack was the work of disgruntled former employees, and proclaimed "We know who hacked...
(Washington, DC) -- The U.S. says Palestine does not qualify to be a member of the International Criminal Court. State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki said today the U.S. does not believe Palestine to be a sovereign state and therefore "doesn't qualify to join the ICC." The ICC...
(Undated) -- Reaction to today's deadly terror attack in Paris continue to pour in. Doctor Zuhdi Jasser, president of the American Islamic Forum for Democracy, says journalists are at risk in the war against radicalism. Doctor Jasser hopes more Muslim leaders will speak out...
(New York, NY) -- The UN is confirming that Palestine is being allowed entry into the International Criminal Court. The ICC is based in The Hague and under the court's rules, it would be allowed to sue Israel for war crimes. Israel has been strongly opposed to allowing the...
(Washington, DC) -- State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki says the U.S. is in the early stages of talks with France about how to assist after the deadly terrorist attack in Paris. At least a dozen people at a Paris magazine were shot dead earlier today by hooded gunmen with...
(Paris) -- This morning's deadly terror attack at a Paris magazine has prompted leaders from around the globe to react. In a statement, President Obama said, "France is America's oldest ally and has stood shoulder-to-shoulder with the United States in the fight against...
(Washington, DC) -- Secretary of State John Kerry is calling the attack on a satirical Paris magazine "horrific." Speaking at the State Department, Kerry said the U.S. stands in solidarity with the people of France "in commitment both to the cause of confronting extremism and of...
(Paris) -- The Arab League and Al-Azhar, the Islamic university in Egypt, are both condemning today's attack on a Paris magazine. Al-Azhar called it a "criminal attack," and re-iterated that "Islam denounces any violence." Earlier, the Rector of the Muslim Institute at the Grand...