Scotland chooses to stay in the UK, with opponents on independence winning 55 percent of the vote while separatists got 45 percent with all 3.6 million votes counted.
A bagpipe player accompanies 'Yes' voters to the polls in Edinburgh, as Scotland decides whether to become an independent nation.
Closed circuit video shows a truck careening through an intersection in China after it's brakes failed.
Wildfires scorch parts of California with dry conditions adding fuel to the fires.
US President Obama says that the United States will not fight another ground war in Iraq.
With Scotland's independence referendum imminent the debate has drawn a range of opinions from celebrities, including Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling, Sean Connery and Mick Jagger.
A Ukrainian politician was man-handled and dumped in the trash on Tuesday, the victim of an angry mob outside parliament in Kiev.
World health officials say the number of people infected by the deadly Ebola virus has doubled in a matter of weeks. Deborah Gembara reports.
General Martin Dempsey says US strikes in Syria won't be "shock and awe," while US Secretary of Defence Chuck Hagel says more funding will be needed for war on Islamic State.
A Taliban suicide bomber has attacked a military convoy near the US embassy in Kabul, killing three foreign troops and 13 Afghan civilians. Deborah Gembara reports.
Suffering a large tumorous growth, George the goldfish had only one chance for survival, vet Tristan Rich tells 3AW's Neil Mitchell.
Sweden's centre-left Social Democrat leader Stefan Lofven emerges as victor in Sunday's general election. Gavino Garay reports.
About 12,000 Protestant unionists march through Edinburgh's Old Town in emotional show of support for keeping Scotland in the United Kingdom.
Olympic and Paralympic track star Oscar Pistorius is convicted of culpable homicide, escaping the more serious charge of murder for the killing of his girlfriend, and is now facing a battle to avoid going to prison.
Thursday marks the 13th anniversary of the September 11 attacks on the United States. At the site of what was once the World Trade Center, a reflecting pool serves as a symbol of recovery and a memorial to the nearly 3000 people who died there.