Once-Jailed Oligarch 'Ready' to Challenge Putin for Presidency
Mikhail Khodorkovsky is organizing Russian opposition groups.
Blair Says Airstrikes Not Enough to Beat Militants
Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair says air strikes not enough to defeat
Hong Kong Students on Strike in Democracy Battle
Hong Kong students boycott classes while tycoons visit Beijing as democracy battle escalates
South Africa: Park Staff Arrested for Poaching
South African parks service says 3 of its employees arrested on suspicion of rhino poaching
Polish President Swears in Reshuffled Government
Polish president swears in reshuffled government under prime minister Kopacz
Some 130,000 Syrians Reach Turkey, Fleeing IS
Turkey's deputy PM says more than 130,000 Syrians fleeing IS have now reached Turkey
German Employers Struggle to Find Apprentices
Amid Europe's jobs drama, German employers face different problem: finding new apprentices
Pakistan Appoints New Spy Chief
Pakistan appoints new chief for its premier spy agency, names new senior military officers
Egypt Militants Claim Blast Near Foreign Ministry
Egypt militant group claims blast near foreign ministry that killed 2 senior police officers
New Afghan Leader to Name Woman to Supreme Court
Afghanistan's president-elect to name woman to Supreme Court, boost women in government roles
Affluence Eludes Poor Crowding Into Asian Cities
Affluence eludes poor crowding into Asian cities as elites capture increasing share of wealth
Russians Protest Country's Involvement in Ukraine
ABC News' Kirit Radia walks amongst protesters in Moscow who are calling for Putin to change policy towards Ukraine.
U.S. Approves $500 Million To Fund And Arm Moderate Syrian Rebels Against ISIS
National Security Advisor Susan Rice remains silent on when airstrikes might be launched in Syria.
Scottish Voters Choose to Stay
Reactions pour in as independence is nixed amid record turnout.
President Obama Announces Plan to Train Opposition in Syria
The new effort will provide training and equipment to help opposition take on the terror group within Syria.
Scottish Independence Vote Too Close to Call
High turn-out in Scotland's vote for separation.
Day in Pictures: 9/18/14
Images from across the globe: Scotland Votes on Independence, Indonesia Erupts, Cali Battles the Blaze
Scots Arrive at Polls for Independence Vote
ABC News' Terry Moran is outside one polling station in Scotland as the vote to separate from the UK is underway.
The Tale of Scotland
Learn the history of the northern U.K. country as it nears its vote for independence.
Day in Pictures: 9/17/14
Images from across the globe: "No Ground War In Iraq", Vikings Temporarily Suspend Adrian Peterson, Milan Fashion Week Begins
A 'Different' Scotland to Vote on Independence
ABC News' Terry Moran on the day of decision that's coming for the people of Scotland.
World News 9/21: Fierce Wildfires Rage in the West
Ray Rice Plans to Appeal Ruling; The Secret Life of Cats
GMA 9/21: Pennsylvania Manhunt for Alleged Survivalist Continues
Volunteers Help in Search for Missing UVA Student; Boyfriend Allegedly Confesses in Bali Suitcase Murder
This Week 9/21: President Obama to Address ISIS Threat at UN
Guests: Samantha Power, Robert Gates, James Carville, Ana Navarro, Bret Stephens, Katrina Vanden Heuvel
Nightline 9/19: NFL Continues to Fight off Scandal
Don't Want to Wait in Line for iPhone 6? Hire This Guy; Reese Witherspoon's New Film Tells Story of Sudan's Lost Boys