U.S. Fed Chair Janet Yellen (foreground, L) looks on as Australia's Treasurer Joe Hockey (on screen) speaks during the start of the G20 Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors Meeting in the northern Australian city of Cairns, in this handout picture supplied by G20 Australia on September 20, 2014. REUTERS/G20 Australia/Handout via Reuters

G20 committed to growth, differ on how to get there

CAIRNS Australia - Financial leaders of the Group of 20 top economies remain committed to chasing higher global growth, but were divided on how to achieve it as Germany pushed back at calls from the U.S. for more immediate stimulus.  Full Article 

N.Korea says imprisoned American tried to become 'second Snowden' 6:03am EDT

SEOUL - An American recently sentenced to six years hard labor by a North Korean court pretended to have secret U.S. information and was deliberately arrested in a bid to become famous and meet U.S. missionary Kenneth Bae in a North Korean prison, state media said on Saturday.

Two French Rafale fighter jets fly in formation in this handout photograph provided on September 19, 2014 by ECPAD, during a strike mission against a logistics depot in Iraq, from the Al-Dhafra airbase.  REUTERS/ECPAD - Armee del'Air/J.Brunet/Handout via Reuters

French jets strike in Iraq against Islamic State

BAGHDAD/PARIS - French jets struck a suspected Islamic State target in Iraq, expanding a U.S.-led military campaign against Islamic State militants who have seized a third of the country.   Full Article | Video 

National Football League (NFL) Commissioner Roger Goodell speaks at a news conference to address domestic violence issues and the NFL's Personal Conduct Policy, in New York, September 19, 2014. REUTERS/Mike Segar

Goodell signals major shift in NFL policy

NEW YORK - NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said that rules governing personal conduct will change, signaling a major shift in policy.  Full Article 

A man walks near a destroyed train at a railway station in the town of Ilovaysk, eastern Ukraine, September 19, 2014. REUTERS/Marko Djurica

Kiev, rebels agree to ensure Ukraine cease-fire

MINSK - Pro-Russian separatists and representatives from Kiev and Moscow agreed on further measures to ensure a cease-fire between Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian separatists.  Full Article 

Michele Mattana of Sardinia, Italy, poses with an iPhone 6 Plus and an iPhone 6 on the first day of sales at the Fifth Avenue store in Manhattan, New York September 19, 2014.  REUTERS/Adrees Latif

Apple's iPhone 6 rings up record orders

Fans around the world are lining up for the iPhone 6 - and after revealing its Apple Watch, its first truly new product in four years, the company is hoping to maintain stellar growth.  Video | Full Article 

File photo of the American flag, June 16, 2014.  REUTERS/Pilar Olivares

A quarter of Americans are open to secession

The failed Scottish vote to pull out from the UK stirred secessionist hopes for some in the U.S., where almost a quarter of people are open to their states leaving the union.  Opinion | Related Article 

Singer Miley Cyrus performs on NBC's 'Today' show in New York, October 7, 2013. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri

You’re not really famous until you’ve quit Twitter

Celebrities love to quit Twitter - almost as much as they love to tweet. And as much as they love to quit Twitter, they love to return to the social networking service.  Commentary 

Twelve-year-old Assrien waits to start a soccer game with neighborhood children in the Reinickendorf district of Berlin, Germany, on September 13, 2014. The match was organized by kein Abseits! and part of a festival to bring together refugees living in a nearby shelter and local residents. Credit: Clare Richardson

‘Refugees Welcome!’ is rallying cry in Germany

As asylum seekers increasingly flock to Germany, a solidarity movement not only demands that immigrants have the right to stay, but provides its own support through language classes, sports and mentorship.  Full Article