Headlines
British PM Says We Must 'Destroy' ISIS After New Beheading
Aid worker David Haines apparently executed.
Powerful Hurricane Odile Aims at Mexico's Baja
Powerful Hurricane Odile takes aim at southern end of Mexico's Baja California peninsula
UN: 1 Chadian Peacekeeper Dead in Northern Mali
UN: 1 Chadian peacekeeper killed, 4 wounded when vehicle hit land mine in northern Mali
Diplomatic Push Grows Against Islamic State Group
Global drive grows against Islamic State, with promises of airstrikes but no ground troops
Australia Contributing Planes for Anti-IS Campaign
Australia contributing 600 troops, up to 10 aircraft to campaign against Islamic State group
Britain Mourns Slain Hostage; Another Under Threat
Britain mourns hostage killed by Islamic State; another captive threatened with death
Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt Concedes Election Defeat, Says He Will Step Down
Swedish Prime Minister Fredrik Reinfeldt concedes election defeat, says he will step down
Syrian Opposition to Reorganize Forces
Western-backed Syrian opposition leader meets UAE officials, vows to reorganize forces
Residents Emerge in Shell-Shocked Ukrainian City
Residents in shell-shocked east Ukrainian city start returning to daily life
Egypt: Qatar Ordered Islamists out Within 2 Months
Egypt says Qatar gave 2-month ultimatum for Muslim Brotherhood leaders and reporters to leave
Egypt Arrests 157 Migrants Headed to Italy
Egypt arrests 157 migrants including Palestinians headed to Europe in fishing boat illegally
Videos
UK PM David Cameron Calls ISIS 'Monsters'
The prime minister denounced the video released by ISIS appearing to show the beheading of British aid worker David Haines.
US Veterans Describe What the Invictus Games Mean to Them
The London games hosted by Prince Harry give wounded soldiers from around the world a platform to compete against each other.
Day in Pictures: 9/12/14
Images from across the globe: Pistorius Free on Bail, Ukrainian Cease-Fire Held, Sweep For Switzerland, Monarch Migration
Malala Youzafzai's Shooting Plotters Arrested in Pakistan
Pakistan Military says its captured ten gang members that planned the assassination of the girls education activist.
US Veterans Get Ready For Invictus Games
Wounded soldiers prepare to complete in the London games hosted by Prince Harry.
Oscar Pistorius Found Guilty of Culpable Homicide
The Olympic athlete has been found guilty of unintentionally killing his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
Oscar Pistorius Trial's Biggest Moments
"Blade Runner" found guilty of culpable homicide in the shooting death of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp.
Oscar Pistorius Guilty of Culpable Homicide
Oscar Pistorius was found not guilty of the more serious charge of murder in the death of girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp.
Kerry On The End Game With ISIS
Secretary of State John Kerry tells ABC News that end game means ISIS "no longer can threaten the United States of America".
Prince Harry Kicks Off Invictus Games
Over 400 wounded servicemen and women from 13 countries are competing at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London.
GMA 9/14: Young Boy Survives Gator Attack
David Cameron Addresses New ISIS Video; Respiratory Virus Cases Reported in More States
This Week 9/14: ISIS Targets U.S. Allies With Latest Hostage Killing
Guests: James Cartwright, Denis McDonough, John Nagl, Donna Brazile, Matthew Dowd
Nightline 9/12: Mom's Secrets to Traveling with Family for Free
Pageant Whisperer Whips Aspiring Beauty Queens into Shape; Palin Family Allegedly in House Party Brawl
2020 9/12: Why Oscar Pistorius' Ex-Girlfriend Was Afraid of Him
What Your Auto Mechanic Doesn't Want You to Know; How Cosmetic Salespeople Try to Empty Your Wallet
World News 9/12: Minnesota Vikings Star Indicted for Reckless Injury to a Child
Convicted School Shooter Apprehended After Daring Escape; Joan Rivers' Death Forces Doctor at Manhattan Clinic to Step Down