International

(Washington, DC) -- The Obama administration is optimistic about putting together a broad international coalition to degrade and ultimately destroy the militant Islamist group ISIS. Presidential spokesman Josh Earnest said help can take a variety of forms, ranging from...
(Undated) -- A U.S. Navy pilot is missing after two F/A-18 Hornet fighter jets collided over the western Pacific today. Rescue crews found one pilot and he's back on the aircraft carrier U.S.S. Carl Vinson. The Navy says a cruiser, a destroyer, and helicopters are searching for...
(Undated) -- Germany won't make any airstrikes against ISIS militants. An aide to Chancellor Angela Merkel says the German government is concerned about stabilizing the Middle East, but that Merkel is ruling out participation in military airstrikes.
(Barcelona, Spain) -- USA Basketball is headed to the gold medal game of the FIBA World Cup. Team USA head coach Mike Krzyzewski says Kyrie Irving played a major role in their 96-68 win over Lithuania in Thursday's semifinal in Spain. The U.S. will play either France or Serbia...
(Pretoria) -- South African sprinter Oscar PIstorius could be headed to prison for culpable homicide. That is how a judge ruled this morning in the high-profile case against Pistorius for the fatal shooting of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. The judge said yesterday the state...
(Damascus) -- Syria is warning against foreign intervention after President Obama said the U.S. is ready to begin airstrikes against ISIS militants there. A Syrian government minister said yesterday the airstrikes would be "an act of aggression" without prior approval from...
(Omaha, NE) -- An American doctor who contracted Ebola is doing better after receiving a blood transfusion from another doctor who recovered from the often deadly virus. Doctor Kent Brantly, who was treated and cured in an Atlanta hospital last month, donated his blood to Dr...
(Undated) -- The World Health Organization says the number of new Ebola cases is rising too fast for authorities to keep up with them. WHO is making a new plea for health workers from around the world to come to West Africa to help. More than 24-hundred people have died as the...
(Pretoria) -- A judge finds South African Paralympian Oscar PIstorius guilty of culpable homicide in the death of his girlfriend. The judge said yesterday the state had not proved that Pistorius was guilty of premeditated murder. However, she indicated he was negligent in firing...