US-Israel Ties Fraying Over Netanyahu Speech, Iran Talks
March 01 2015 1:40 AM EST
Following disagreements between Obama and Netanyahu, there are growing signs the tensions could damage the broader U.S.-Israeli alliance.
11 Airstrikes Launched On ISIS Targets In Iraq, Syria
February 28 2015 2:32 PM EST
The US-led coalition launched airstrikes against Islamic State group targets Friday.
Autopsy Of Denver Teen Girl Contradicts Police Reports, Family Says
February 28 2015 1:05 PM EST
Jessica Hernandez, who was shot multiple times by two officers while behind the wheel of a stolen car, was hit by bullets from the left, an autopsy shows, contradicting earlier findings.
Missouri Shooting-Spree Killer Had History Of Drug, Firearms Offenses
February 28 2015 11:54 AM EST
Authorities say there is new information on Joseph Aldridge, who killed seven friends and neighbors late Thursday
Russian Opposition Mourns The Slain Boris Nemtsov
February 28 2015 11:36 AM EST
Thousands laid flowers and lit candles on the bridge where opposition politician Boris Nemtsov was shot and killed.
Ukrainian Journalist Killed By Shelling In The War-Torn East
February 28 2015 11:20 AM EST
A Ukrainian journalist was killed during shelling, the country's military reports, despite the ceasefire deal.
Brotherhood Leader Gets Life, Hamas Listed As Terrorists In Egypt
February 28 2015 11:09 AM EST
Palestinian group Hamas was labeled a terrorist organization and gyptian Muslim Brotherhood's top leader Mohamed Badie was sentenced to life in prison in one day.
Pope Francis Attacks Economic Injustice (Again)
February 28 2015 10:40 AM EST
The pope took on problems in globalization and the "dizzying rise in unemployment" in a speech to the association of Italian cooperative movements.
Warren Buffett Says Berkshire Hathaway Has ID'd Successor
February 28 2015 10:32 AM EST
Buffett has found "a successor ready to assume the job the day after I die or step down," he said in his annual letter.
US Drone Attack In Yemen Kills 4 Suspected Al Qaeda Militants
February 28 2015 5:20 AM EST
The attack targeted militants traveling in two vehicles, a local security official said, adding that several other suspected militants were injured.
ISIS Suicide Bombers Attack Iraqi City Ahead Of Army Offensive
February 28 2015 3:48 AM EST
Suicide bombers and fighters struck targets in the city, where security forces allies have been gathering for an offensive against the radical militants.
Chinese Official Booted From Parliament In Anti-Graft Drive
February 28 2015 2:29 AM EST
The development comes as China's leadership pursues a campaign to weed out corruption and excess in its armed forces.
US Bill Links Hong Kong Economic Privileges To Autonomy
February 28 2015 1:25 AM EST
The Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act aims to put pressure on China to ensure autonomy and human rights in Hong Kong.
Obama Signs Bill Funding Homeland Security For One Week
February 28 2015 1:01 AM EST
The House of Representatives passed the bill hours before an impending deadline for funding the department.
US Begins Vetting Syrian Rebels For Military Training: Pentagon
February 27 2015 8:23 PM EST
The U.S. military has begun vetting a group of Syrian rebels eligible for training and assistance in the fight against Islamic State militants, a step that paves the way for training to begin in weeks, the Pentagon said on Friday.
US, Liberia Kick Off Trial Of Ebola Drug ZMapp
February 27 2015 7:31 PM EST
U.S. and Liberian researchers have started a clinical trial to test Mapp Biopharmaceutical Inc's Ebola drug ZMapp, an treatment that has already been tried in a handful of Ebola patients.
US Air Force Says New Bomber Essential, Vows To Control Costs
February 27 2015 7:19 PM EST
The Air Force urgently needs a new long-range bomber to replace its aging fleet and will keep costs at or below a $550 million cap for each warplane, top U.S. officials told lawmakers on Friday.
German Parliament Approves Greek Bailout Extension
February 27 2015 6:08 AM EST
Over 500 lawmakers voted in favor, including almost all of Chancellor Angela Merkel's right-left coalition plus the opposition Greens.
European Shares At Fresh Seven-Year High As ECB QE Nears
February 27 2015 5:31 AM EST
European shares rose to fresh seven-year highs on Friday, extending a two-month rally fueled by the ECB's money printing program.
Russia Bent On 'Creeping Annexation' Of Breakaway Regions, Georgia Says
February 26 2015 6:38 PM EST
Russia is moving ahead with the "creeping annexation" of two breakaway Georgian regions as part of an aggressive strategy to broaden its influence in the region, Georgia's foreign minister said Thursday.