WikiLeaks: “Significant” leak on election, Google coming

Internet publisher dismisses claims he intends to do harm to Hillary Clinton, says she and Trump are “tormented” by ambition

U.S. braces as Caribbean battered by deadly Hurricane Matthew

North Carolina and Florida declare states of emergency as more than 300,000 reportedly evacuate in Cuba, and Haiti bears the brunt of the storm

Hurricane Matthew could devastate Haiti

Hurricane Matthew is slamming Haiti, as the southeastern U.S. braces for a possible direct hit. North Carolina and Florida have already declared states of emergency. The powerful and deadly hurricane is hammering Caribbean islands with dangerous 145 mph winds. Mark Strassmann reports from Kingston, Jamaica.

Eye Opener: Devastating hurricane pummels the Caribbean

Hurricane Matthew roars into Haiti where millions are nearly defenseless. The Category 4 storm is now on track to hit the southeast United States this weekend. Also, Donald Trump makes no apologies for claiming massive losses on his leaked tax returns. All that and all that matters in today's Eye Opener. Your world in 90 seconds. Get the Eye Opener delivered straight to your inbox.

Pope pays surprise visit to battered quake zone

Leader of the Catholic Church shows up unannounced in Amatrice, "to be close to the people"

U.N. Security Council begins negotiations on new Syria resolution

Council began negotiations on a draft resolution seeking an immediate truce in Aleppo and calling for an end to all military flights over the Syrian city

Chess champion: From Uganda slum to real life fairy tale

Phiona Mutesi discovered a new way of thinking through chess -- and now her fairy tale story has made it to the big screen

Montreal’s pit bull ban temporarily suspended by judge

Spurred by a fatal dog attack in June that left a Montreal woman dead, the city council voted 37-23 in favor of the pit bull ban last week

Airstrike kills al Qaeda-linked commander in Syria, group says

Senior commander in Syria’s rebranded al Qaeda affiliate, who was close to the global network’s top leader Ayman al-Zawahri, has been killed in an airstrike, the group said

Uganda success story: From elementary school dropout to chess master

Growing up in one of Uganda's largest slums, Phiona Mutesi dropped out of school at the age of six. She sold corn to help her family survive. Little did she know she'd later become her country's first female chess champion. Jericka Duncan has more.

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