7.1-Magnitude Earthquake Strikes off of Guam
No tsunami was expected due to the earthquake's depth, more than 100 miles.
A Guide to Scotland as Independence Vote Nears
A guide to Scotland as vote nears on ending 3-century marriage with United Kingdom
Airstrikes on Central Syrian City Kill Some 50
Syrian activists say government airstrikes on central city kill some 50 people over 2 days
China Leader Inaugurates Sri Lankan Port Project
Chinese leader inaugurates $1.4 billion Sri Lankan port project ahead of India visit
US Man Held for Alleged Attempt to Swim to N Korea
US man apparently trying to swim across river into North Korea detained by South Korea
Taliban Kill 6 Afghan Policemen in Ambush
Taliban kill 6 Afghan policemen in ambush; more than 1,500 killed in 6 months
Israel Official: Plea Bargain for Celebrity Rabbi
Israel official says celebrity rabbi takes plea bargain for bribery, may face a year in prison
Doctors to Provide Update on Toronto Mayor
Doctors expected to announce whether Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has cancer or not
Billionaire's House Arrest Sends Stocks Crashing
Shares in company owned and run by Russian billionaire put under house arrest collapse
Chinese Minority Scholar on Trial for Separatism
Outspoken scholar from China's Muslim minority stands trial on separatism charges in Xinjiang
Bangladesh Court Reduces Sentence of Islamist
Bangladesh court commutes death sentence of Islamist to imprisonment until death
Day in Pictures: 9/16/14
Day in Pictures: 9/16/14
Lawmaker Taken Out With the Trash in Ukraine
Vitaliy Zhuravsky, a pro-Russian member of Ukrainian parliament, was thrown into a garbage bin by protesters.
Prince Harry Honors Competitors at the Invictus Games Closing Ceremony
After four exciting days, the international sporting event goes out on a high with Harry praising the competitors.
British Prime Minister to Scots: 'A Vote for No Means Real Change'
Prime Minister David Cameron makes plea for Scottish voters to remain part of the United Kingdom.
Foreign Troops Killed in Afghanistan Attack
Taliban claims responsibility for attack near U.S. Embassy in Kabul.
Prince Harry Plays Wheelchair Rugby at the Invictus Games
Prince Harry took to the court on Friday to compete in a wheelchair rugby exhibition match before 6,000 screaming fans.
Day in Pictures: 9/15/14
Images from across the globe: Medal Of Honor, Hurricane Odile Hammers Mexico, Air France Pilots Strike
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
GMA 9/16: President Obama Prepares to Announce Expansion of Ebola Aid
Man Rescued After 30 Hours Lost at Sea; Barbra Streisand Talks New 'Partners' Album, Being 'Mad' for Beyonce
World News 9/14: Hillary Clinton Sparking New Speculation About a Potential 2016 Presidential Run
Another NFL Player Benched Amid Domestic Violence Controversy; Garden Gnome's Mysterious Cross-Country Journey
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