International

(Undated) -- The Department of Homeland Security is getting involved in a new threat from hackers linked to the recent cyber attack on Sony Pictures Entertainment. The hacking group sent out an e-mail Tuesday threatening a September 11th-type attack on movie theaters showing the...
(Boston, MA) -- An American doctor who contracted Ebola in Liberia and survived is now going back. At a Tuesday press conference, Dr. Rick Sacra said he will return to Liberia next month to work in a hospital. Sacra was successfully treated for Ebola at a hospital in Omaha,...
(Auburn Hills, MI) -- Jeep sales in Europe have doubled in one year. The November sales figures released by Fiat Chrysler US showed nearly 46-hundred Jeep vehicles were sold last month compared to the same month last year. The most popular vehicle is the Jeep Grand Cherokee with...
(London) -- The Church of England has its first woman bishop. The church appointed Reverend Libby Lane as the new Bishop of the northern English city of Stockport. The church's governing Synod voted last summer to allow women to become bishops. Women have served as priests in...
(Undated) -- The prime minister of Pakistan is ending his country's moratorium on the death penalty after Taliban gunmen killed more than 130 schoolchildren. Tuesday's attack killed 132 students and nine teachers in the northwestern city of Peshawar . The nation is in mourning...
(Undated) -- The Afghan government says a U.S. drone strike killed nearly a dozen insurgents, including four Pakistani Taliban. The attack happened Tuesday afternoon in eastern Afghanistan around the time Pakistani Taliban militants were attacking a school in Peshawar . More...
(Amsterdam) -- Philips is spending one-point-two-billion dollars to acquire Volcano Corporation, a medical device maker. It's the largest health care acquisition in seven years for the technology giant. Volcano makes equipment that allows doctors treating heart disease to see...
(Undated) -- The Russian ruble continues free-falling. The Russian currency is down one-point-three percent against the dollar this morning. It now takes more than 67 rubles to buy a dollar. The ruble is falling faster than it has since Russia's financial crisis in 1998.
(Undated) -- The U.S. will not let the Philippines take custody of a Marine charged with murder. Private First Class Joseph Scott Pemberton is being held at an American jail at the main U.S. military base near Manila. Pemberton, of New Bedford, Massachusetts, is charged with...