International

(Undated) -- Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is moving to overhaul U.S. nuclear operations. Hagel will announce a comprehensive reform plan in a Pentagon speech at 7:30 a.m. Eastern time. That plan came about after a series of issues at nuclear-armed bases in Montana and North...
(Jerusalem) -- Israel is ending age restrictions at Jerusalem's Temple Mount, and allowing Muslims of all ages to pray at the holy site. Israel lifted the age limit Thursday night after prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu met in Amman with Jordan's King Abdullah and Secretary of...
(Undated) -- The comet probe Philae could end up having a very short lifespan. That's because its battery may soon run out of power. The probe made space history Wednesday as the first spacecraft ever to land on a comet. The problem is that it's sitting in the shadow of a cliff...
(Undated) -- The Navy SEAL who claims to have been the one to kill Osama bin Laden feels honored he was part of that mission. Robert O'Neill says he didn't originally plan to talk about the operation publicly. But this past summer he spoke to a crowd when he went to the 9-11...
(Incheon, SK) -- South Korea is suspending all Asiana Airlines flights into San Francisco International Airport for 45 days. Asiana is being penalized for crashing a plane at the airport last year, killing three passengers and injuring 180. Asiana is appealing the suspension...
(Undated) -- American bombers have another target in their sights in Syria besides ISIS militants. U.S. Central Command says American aircraft have now bombed the al-Qaeda offshoot known as the Khorasan group three separate times. This group of veteran militants is of particular...
(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...