The Brief

People gather near Columbus Circle before the People's Climate March in New York on Sept. 21, 2014.
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Thousands March for Climate

More than 100,000 people took to the streets of NYC Sunday to participate in the People's Climate March, the main event among 2,700 climate-related demonstrations in more than 150 countries

An undated family handout photo of British aid worker Alan Henning taken at a refugee camp on the Turkish-Syria border

Hostage's Wife Pleads With ISIS

The wife of British aid worker Alan Henning, held hostage by the extremist group since December, calls for militants to release him and respond to her messages "before it is too late"

Ashraf Ghani Ahmadzai

Afghanistan Gets New President

Ghani Ahmadzai will serve as president of Afghanistan after signing a power-sharing deal with Abdullah Abdullah, who will become the country's chief executive

White House Fence

White House Security Heightened

The Secret Service is boosting security outside the White House following two security incidents in 24 hours, including Friday's breach in which an intruder with a knife made it all the way into the White House before agents managed to stop him

Missing UVa Student

Over 1,000 Search for Missing Student Hannah Graham

The first wave of volunteers, numbering more than 1,600, spread out around Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday to search for a missing University of Virginia student, Hannah Graham, who disappeared a week earlier

THE MAZE RUNNER

The Maze Runner Runs Away With the Box Office

Post-apocalyptic young-adult adaptation became the weekend's number-one movie with a $32.5 million gross in North America, but the star-studded This Is Where I Leave You got left behind in third place with $11.9 million takings

Sierra Leone Ebola

Sierra Leone Staggers in Ebola Isolation Effort

Officials said Saturday most of Sierra Leone's 6 million people were complying with the country's Ebola lockdown, now in day two, as nearly 30,000 healthcare workers fanned out across the country to distribute materials, but troubles persisted

Kim Kadashian Attends The Kardashian Kollection Spring Launch At Westfield Parramatta

Nude Photo 'Leak' Targets Kim Kardashian

Pictures said to be of Kardashian, Vanessa Hudgens, Hayden Panettiere, Mary-Kate Olsen, Hope Solo and Kaley Cuoco were posted on the site 4chan and quickly spread on reddit, only weeks after a first batch of celebrity photos was allegedly leaked

Beyonce,JAY Z

Jay Z and Beyoncé Dazzle in HBO's On The Run

HBO's concert special, filmed over two September shows in Paris by director Jonas Åkerlund, showed us nothing particularly revelatory but proves that there's nothing else like this celebrity couple, TIME's Adam Carlson reports

Employee at Turkey's consulate in Mosul is welcomed by her relatives at Esenboga airport in Ankara

Dozens of Turkish ISIS Hostages Freed

Dozens of Turkish hostages seized in June when the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria, or ISIS, raided the Turkish consulate in Mosul were freed Saturday in northern Iraq after three months in captivity

Apple's New Big-Screen iPhones Draw Long Lines As Sales Start

How Apple's New iPhones Fare in a 'Drop Test'

The biggest problem with iPhones is that they break. The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are no exception, and while they each do decently in a drop test over concrete, they can also suffer some pretty significant damage — as this tester found out

Ice Bucket Challenge-Firefighters Hurt

Firefighter Injured While Doing Ice Bucket Challenge Dies

One of four firefighters hurt last month as they helped college students take part in an Ice Bucket Challenge has died of his injuries. The killed firefighter, Tony Grider, suffered an electric shock when his fire truck's ladder got too close to a power line