The Cubs of the Caliphate are boys as young as eight, drafted by ISIS for suicide missions, fighting and executions
Move comes as debate roars over ethics of legal big game hunting after the killing of Cecil the lion
Debris found on Reunion Island coast that may bed from doomed airliner has arrived in France for examination by experts
Pentagon has lost track of some of the fighters who have apparently scattered; fighters probably captured by al-Nusra
3 young journalists who say they were beaten in prison were mysteriously set free just before President Obama's visit, and one of them refuses to be silenced
Pollard was sentenced to life after admitting he gave thousands of classified documents to Israel, but after 30 years, his fate is changing
Jeff Pegues and CBS News senior national security analyst Juan Zarate discuss drug kingpin Joaquín Guzmán's escape from prison and its possible impact on diplomatic relations
Auto-triggered cameras in Tanzania's Serengeti National Park capture snapshots of the daily lives of dozens of animal species
Total number of people hurt or killed is up 1% this year, but women casualties rose 23% and children 13%
Flash floods triggered by monsoon caused tracks to collapse, railway official says; more than 300 passengers rescued
Surveillance video shows several suspects leaving an apartment where a journalist was found slain with five others, prosecutors say
A CBS News poll surveyed Americans on President Obama and the issues facing the U.S.
Former populist president breaks two years of silence, vowing political return to "redefine revolutionary ideals" amid "satanic obstacles"
Rivalry for undiscovered oil and gas has intensified as shrinking polar ice is opening new opportunities for exploration
Allegation emerges as public inquiry investigates possible cover up of sexual abuse by powerful people in U.K. over several decades
Officer who pulled baby from pipe says, "I'm probably the first one to hold this child"
Authorities say they were tipped off about attempted smuggling of the 1906 painting, "Head of a Young Woman," to Switzerland
The Nobel Laureate was being treated for an infection caused by prostate cancer treatment he's received for many years
The Secretary of State traveled to Southeast Asia to speak on the benefits of the Trans-Pacific Partnership
Mexican journalist protection groups fear officials may not look at the work of Ruben Espinosa as a motive for his killing