The Philippines' favorite son, Manny Pacquiao, returned to the boxing ring and gave victims of the typhoon something to celebrate.
The deal to curb Iran's nuclear program for six months is being called historic, and it's perhaps President Obama's most unlikely and most meaningful foreign policy accomplishment. But the deal still leaves many open questions, and it's only a beginning. This is what you need to know.
Hondurans vote for a new president on Sunday. Crime, gangs and drug cartel violence have made it among the most dangerous countries in the world. If that weren't enough to drive voters to the polls, Honduras's economy is nearly bankrupt, and more than half of the country lives in poverty.
Afghanistan's Loya Jirga resoundingly approved an agreement to allow up to 9,000 U.S. troops to stay in the country after the NATO mission ends next year. But President Hamid Karzai said he won't sign the deal, at least, not yet.
A new trend has parents passing up traditional strollers in favor of big, sturdy wagons complete with canopies, coolers, storage space and other creature comforts.