International

(Rangoon) -- President Obama says Burma is making progress but still needs to do more to promote a national reconciliation and a more democratic government. Speaking in Rangoon at a press conference with Aung San Suu Kyi, the President said it's clear how much hard work remains...
(Washington, DC) -- The U.S. may send ground troops into Iraq. The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Martin Dempsey told the House Armed Services Committee Thursday he would be open to sending in a small number of ground troops in order to help retake Iraq's second largest...
(Washington, DC) -- Lawmakers are taking a hard look at the U.S.-led campaign against ISIS in Iraq and Syria. Opening a House hearing, California Republican Buck McKeon questioned whether President Obama's strategy is sufficient to stop ISIS. McKeon criticized the President's...
(Washington, DC) -- President Obama wants his national security team to give him another review of the U.S. policy toward Syria. CNN suggests the new review is necessary because ISIS can not be defeated without a political transition in Syria and the removal of president Bashar...
(Undated) -- The U.S. is supporting a huge food stockpiling program in India. Under India's stockpiling program, the government buys wheat and rice from the country's farmers and distributes cheap food grains to 850-million people. The agreement between the world's oldest...
(Undated) -- The comet probe Philae is starting to send back pictures. The lander that was sent up on a rocket by the European Space Agency made a rough landing Wednesday. Engineers say it may have bounced hundreds of feet before settling on the comets' surface. Efforts are...
(Undated) -- President Obama is in Myanmar to meet with government leaders and also opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi . Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes says Obama will press government officials about the country's elections next year. Rhodes says Obama will...
(Undated) -- Violent protests are rocking southwestern Mexico where tens of thousands of people are furious over the apparent massacre of more than 40 college students. Members of a teachers union set fire to the legislature hall and another building in the state capital of...
(Washington, DC) -- Turkish officials say 12 people are in custody in connection with an attack on three U.S. sailors by a group of men in Istanbul. A video shows a group of men assaulting the sailors and attempting to put bags on their heads while chanting "Yankee Go Home." The...