International

(Seyne-les-Alpes, France) -- The president of France says his country will do everything it can to locate, recover and identify bodies of victims in the horrible plane crash in the French Alps yesterday. Debris from the jet crash is strewn over a wide area of a mountain...
(Washington, DC) -- New Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is thanking the American people. Addressing a joint meeting of the U.S. Congress, Ghani noted the bravery and sacrifices of U.S. forces in keeping Afghanistan free. He said Afghanistan owes the U.S. a profound debt. Ghani...
(Undated) -- French investigators may have a tough job in trying to retrieve data from the black boxes that were heavily damaged in the crash of a Germanwings airliner in the French Alps. A source close to the investigation says the box found hours after Tuesday's crash was the...
(Undated) -- Lufthansa CEO Carsten Spohr says safety has always been a top priority, which makes yesterday's tragedy even more heartbreaking. All 150 people on board an Airbus A320 were killed when the airliner went down in the southern French Alps. Two Americans were on board...
(Rome) -- A ruling by Italy's highest court in the Amanda Knox case will likely be delayed until Friday. That's the word today from an Italian judge hearing arguments before deciding whether to uphold the conviction of the American college student for murdering her roommate in...
(Geneva, Switzerland) -- The world's most sophisticated atom smasher is temporarily out of order because of a short circuit. The Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland was to be restarted today, to help scientists in their quest to learn more about the mysterious dark matter. But...
(Undated) -- Germanwings officials are confirming that at least two U.S. citizens were among those on board the plane that crashed in the southern French Alps on Tuesday. Authorities say they still don't know what caused the German passenger jet to go down, but one of the black...
(Rome) -- Italy's highest court rules today in the case of an American college student accused of murdering her roommate in 2007. Amanda Knox and her Italian boyfriend were convicted in 2009 of killing Knox's British roommate. They were acquitted on appeal two years later and...
(Washington, DC) -- There are reports that President Obama won't meet with the new NATO chief while Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg is in Washington this week. "Bloomberg View" reports Stoltenberg's office asked for a meeting with the President and didn't get any response...