By TRIP GABRIEL
As Mitt Romney gave his foreign policy speech, his campaign and President Obama's allies battled over primacy on foreign policy issues.
By MICHAEL S. SCHMIDT, KEITH BRADSHER and CHRISTINE HAUSER
The House Intelligence Committee said telecommunications equipment from Huawei Technologies and ZTE could be used for spying in the United States.
By RICK GLADSTONE
Both insurgent sympathizers and the Syrian government described an extremely violent day in the nearly 19-month-old uprising in the country, with unverified accounts of killings and destruction.
By WILLIAM NEUMAN
President Hugo Chávez won re-election on Sunday, facing down the strongest electoral challenge of his nearly 14 years in office and gaining a new mandate to deepen his socialist revolution.
By ISABEL KERSHNER and FARES AKRAM
Israeli warplanes responded to rocket fire from Gaza on Monday by launching airstrikes, in a flare-up that began Sunday when Israel fired missiles against two suspected members of jihadist groups.