Denmark terror suspect swore fidelity to ISIS leader on Facebook page

The man suspected of killing two people in Copenhagen swore fidelity to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi in a posting made on what's apparently his Facebook page just before the weekend shooting spree.

Denmark attacks: 'We have tasted the ugly taste of fear,' Prime Minister says.

A wary, sucker-punched Denmark kept a high alert Sunday after a gunman attacked a free speech forum featuring a controversial cartoonist, then fired shots near a synagogue before police tracked him down and killed him when he opened fire again.

ISIS releases video claiming beheadings of Egyptian Coptic Christians.

In a new propaganda video released Sunday by ISIS, the group claims to have beheaded over a dozen members of Egypt's Coptic Christian minority on a Libyan beach.The video shows an apparent mass execution with jihadists in black standing behind each of the victims, who are all.....

Ukraine crisis: Ceasefire takes effect in the east

A ceasefire between Ukraine's army and pro-Russian rebels in the east has come into effect, though sporadic shelling was reported in some places.

Copenhagen shootings: Police kill man 'who opened fire'

Police in Copenhagen say they have shot dead a man who opened fire on them close to the sites of two earlier attacks in the Danish capital.

North Korea: Fairyland or 'country of mushrooms'?

"Let us build a fairyland for the people by dint of science!"That's one of several new rallying cries for North Korea's people as the isolated regime prepares to mark the 70th anniversary of its founding this year with hundreds of new slogans aimed at encouraging patriotism.

Sources: U.S. copters support Iraqi troops battling ISIS

U.S. helicopter gunships supported Iraqi ground forces battling ISIS militants in al-Baghdadi, military sources said, an action that brings U.S. troops closer to combat.ISIS took control of the town earlier Friday.

Ukraine crisis: EU warns Russia over Ukraine agreement.

She said EU leaders had asked officials to prepare further sanctions in case an agreed ceasefire was not respected.The leaders of Russia, Ukraine, Germany and France sealed a deal on Thursday after marathon talks in Belarus.

McCaul: White House not doing enough to save hostages

House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul expressed concerns on Thursday the White House isn't doing enough to save hostages abroad.

Report: Agreement reached on several areas in Ukraine talks.

The leaders of Ukraine, Russia, France and Germany ended talks Thursday and they're expected to sign a 10-point document, Russia's state-run Ria Novosti news agency reported.It's expected to cover the withdrawal of heavy weapons, the creation of a demilitarized zone and the future status of the Donbass area in eastern Ukraine.