Satellite Images: Haiti Before and After Hurricane Matthew The photos show the scale of the devastation on the Caribbean island.
Forecasters Make Dire Warning for US Ahead of Hurricane Matthew The storm will pass directly over the Bahamas today on its way to the U.S.
Iraqis Push Toward Mosul; Group Calls for Airstrike Probe Iraqi government troops have fought their way into two villages near Mosul as the offensive to retake the Islamic State-held city entered its second week
Missiles Fired From Yemen at U.S. Destroyer in Red Sea Two missiles were fired but did not hit the USS Mason.
Venezuelan Congress Declares That Maduro Has Staged a Coup Venezuela's opposition-led Congress declared that the government had staged a coup by blocking a recall referendum, vowing to put President Nicolas Maduro on trial during a raucous session that saw his supporters storm the chamber
In Renewed Aleppo Attacks, Syrian Troops Capture High Ground In renewed attacks in Syrian city of Aleppo, government forces capture strategic high ground
Hezbollah to Stay in Syria Until 'Apostate Project' Defeated Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah is casting the insurgency against Syrian President Bashar Assad as a facade designed to weaken Iran's regional access and make "changes to the map", vowing to stay in Syria until it could "defeat the apostate project."