Few CEOs Say Government Should Make Climate Change A Priority
January 20 2015 2:15 PM EST
Despite the threat of big climate-related costs to business, CEOs want government to focus more on cutting taxes than on carbon emissions.
US Senate To Vote On Keystone XL Amendments
January 20 2015 1:27 PM EST
The debate in Congress comes as Nebraska landowners launch a new legal challenge against the pipeline's proposed route in the state.
Don't Breed 'Like Rabbits': Vatican's Teaching On Responsible Sex
January 20 2015 10:58 AM EST
“Some think, excuse me if I use the word, that in order to be good Catholics, we have to be like rabbits,” the pope said, “but no.”
Democrats Urge Normalizing Cuba Relations
January 20 2015 12:10 AM EST
Cuba will host a U.S. delegation for historic talks later this week.
Russian Weapons Enter Ukraine
January 19 2015 7:34 PM EST
Ukraine's prime minister said Russian military forces and equipment had entered Ukraine.
Canadian Special Forces Clash With ISIS Fighters
January 19 2015 5:00 PM EST
The standoff is the first confirmed ground battle between the extremist group and Western troops.
Prosecutor Who Accused Argentine President Of Terror Coverup Found Dead
January 19 2015 12:29 PM EST
Authorities say Alfredo Nisman committed suicide, but he predicted he could be murdered for his charges against Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
Israel Lobbying Member States To Cut ICC Funding
January 18 2015 4:04 AM EST
Israel's move comes in response to the court's decision to launch an inquiry into possible war crimes in the Palestinian territories.
Suspect In Shootings Of 2 Canadian Police Officers Found Dead
January 18 2015 2:42 AM EST
Canadian police said the suspect's body was found in an unoccupied home, and that they did not speak to him or fire their weapons.
Does Crude-Oil Price Slide Have Venezuela Back On The Brink?
January 17 2015 8:19 AM EST
Rampant shortages are threatening to bring back the mass demonstrations that roiled Venezuela last year.
US Unveils New Plan To Fight Caribbean Drug Trafficking
January 16 2015 9:01 PM EST
Puerto Rico is one of the Caribbean territories that has seen an increased flow of cocaine through its borders.
Brazil's Energy Minister Backs Petrobras CEO Amid Calls For Resignation
January 16 2015 11:46 AM EST
The chief executive of Petrobras will keep her job despite calls for her resignation in the wake of sprawling corruption allegations against the company.
For Cuba, It's All In The Fine Print
January 16 2015 8:18 AM EST
The U.S.' new rules on travel and business go into effect Friday, but that doesn't mean Cuba is flinging its doors open to Americans just yet.
Al Qaeda's New Recruitment Tactics
January 15 2015 3:06 PM EST
Al Qaeda is no longer using Guantanamo Bay as a recruitment tool. It is now focusing on keeping up with ISIS.
Mexico Lets Families Of Missing Students Search Army Bases
January 15 2015 11:47 AM EST
The government says the investigation has been exhausted, but relatives of the missing aren't satisfied.
US Consulates Can Now Print Birth Certificates For Immigrant Workers
January 15 2015 9:03 AM EST
U.S. consulates have access to data maintained by regional governments in Mexico and can print birth certificates on site.
Venezuela, Russia Hold Oil Talks
January 15 2015 8:52 AM EST
For Russia, oil revenue pays for half of its budget; for Venezuela, it's 96 percent.
Spreading The Gospel, And Concern About Climate
January 14 2015 2:47 PM EST
Francis begins his first papal visit to the typhoon-ravaged Philippines, Asia's only Catholic-majority country, Thursday.
Mexico Files Arrest Warrant Against Ex-Mayor In Missing Students Case
January 14 2015 6:15 AM EST
Officials have also obtained arrest warrants against 44 other people, besides Jose Luis Abarca, on charges of kidnapping the 43 students.
Cuban Immigration Surges Amid Fears Of Policy Changes
January 13 2015 5:49 PM EST
Immigration privileges for Cubans are in the spotlight after the Coast Guard reported an influx of migrants from the island.