International

(Undated) -- Authorities in Bali are waiting for results of a pregnancy test on an American teenager suspected in her mother's death. Indonesian police say they tested 19-year-old Heather Mack after she told them she's pregnant. Mack and her 21-year-old boyfriend, Tommy Schaefer...
(Undated) -- The World Health Organization says more than 12-hundred people are now dead from the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. The organization says more than 22-hundred people in four countries are infected. The WHO says it's working with the United Nations' World Food...
(Monrovia) -- Officials in Liberia say they've located all 17 Ebola patients who fled a quarantine center to escape looters over the weekend. All of those patients were transferred to a new Ebola treatment center. Meanwhile, Liberia's information minister says three infected...
(Baghdad) -- The Islamic State militant group is threatening to attack Americans "in any place," in response to U.S. airstrikes in northern Iraq. A video statement released by ISIS shows a photo of an American who was beheaded during the U.S. occupation of Iraq and includes the...
(Undated) -- The top man at the United Nations is weighing in on the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called today for authorities to ensure that the rights to peaceful assembly and freedom of expression are protected. He added that law...
(Undated) -- The Gaza health ministry says the death toll in the Hamas-Israeli battle over the Palestinian territory is now more than two-thousand. Health ministry officials say the number of dead climbed as more people injured in the month-long fighting died of their wounds...
(Undated) -- British Prime Minister David Cameron says the U.K. will not send ground forces to Iraq. Cameron told the BBC today, "Britain is not going to get involved in another war in Iraq." Britain has conducted food aid drops and surveillance and brought military supplies to...
(London) -- WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange says he will "soon" leave the London embassy where he has been evading arrest for two years. The Ecuadorian embassy says Assange has developed a potentially fatal heart condition as well as a chronic lung condition. Assange fled there...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama is back at the White House this morning for briefings on military operations in Iraq, and unrest in a St. Louis suburb. Obama and Vice President Joe Biden will meet with members of the National Security Council about Iraq this morning. In the...