Madrid has announced it will trigger a constitutional measure on Saturday allowing it to take direct control of Catalonia's governance, after the autonomous region's leader ignored a Thursday deadline to rescind his ambiguous declaration of independence made last week. Matthew Larotonda reports.
China’s economic growth slowed slightly in the third quarter, as expected, as the government’s efforts to rein in the property market and debt risks tempered activity in the world’s second-largest economy. Grace Lee reports.
The Philippine military says there's a “big possibility” that a top Malaysian militant, tipped to become Islamic State’s point man in Southeast Asia, has been killed in a battle in Marawi overnight. Samantha Vadas reports.
The Indian government orders diesel generators and a power plant in Delhi to be shut down as air quality in the capital deteriorates ahead of the Hindu festival of lights, when a night of firecrackers sends pollution levels rocketing. Samantha Vadas reports.
resident Trump denied accusations Tuesday by Democratic Congresswoman Frederica Wilson, that he told the widow of a fallen serviceman that her husband "knew what he was getting into". Colette Luke has more.
During testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions says he cannot disclose confidential conversations he's had with President Trump. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
A U.S. judge on Tuesday blocked President Donald Trump's latest bid to impose restrictions on citizens from several countries entering the United States, which had been set to take effect this week. Jane Lanhee Lee reports.
African rulers fearful of popular protest and the use of social media to spread information are using various methods to shut down the internet to overcome their tech-savvy opponents, in a growing threat to democracy and economic activity in some of the world's poorest countries. David Pollard reports.