International

(Undated) -- Israel is threatening to widen its military campaign against Hamas. The Israeli army is warning tens of thousands of civilians to leave northern Gaza as they continue air strikes into the Palestinian territory. The threat comes after the Islamist group that controls...
(Johannesburg) -- The family of accused murderer Oscar Pistorius says he is engaging in "self-harming behavior" as he struggles to deal with "feelings of isolation." The family reportedly plans to counsel PIstorius in hopes of preventing any further issues. The comments come...
(Moscow) -- Two men are in custody in connection with Tuesday's deadly subway train derailment in Moscow. Police arrested a maintenance foreman and his assistant. Twenty-two people were killed and about 160 were injured when three cars derailed. Several dozen people remain in...
(Manila) -- Thousands of people are fleeing from their homes as a powerful typhoon slams the Philippines. The nation's weather bureau says Typhoon Rammasun has wind gusts of almost 100 miles-per-hour as it makes its way toward Manila. Parts of the Philippines are still...
(Moscow) -- Nearly two dozen people are dead and over 160 injured after an underground train derailed in Moscow. The accident occurred during this morning's rush hour when the train was packed with passengers. There's no word on what caused the wreck but Russian officials have...
(Undated) -- A brief ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas has come and gone. Israel had agreed to a ceasefire but Hamas rejected it and now violence is flaring once again, with Israel today reporting its first civilian death in the current conflict...
(Arlington, VA) -- U.S. military officials in Iraq are now assessing the effectiveness of Iraqi security forces. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby said it's part of an overall review of the situation in Iraq as Baghdad tries to curb a violent militant insurgency. President Obama has...
(Vatican City) -- Pope Francis is calling on the U.S. to welcome migrant children crossing the border from Mexico. In a message to a Vatican conference in Mexico City on Monday, the leader of the Roman Catholic Church said that people who are forced to emigrate need to be...
(Vienna) -- Secretary of State John Kerry is heading back to Washington without nailing down a deal on Iran's nuclear program. He was taking part in talks among six world powers in an effort to determine how far Iran can take its nuclear ambitions. Kerry met privately with Iran'...