Officials say 33 others were injured and two more were missing in the accident in Hunan province
President Obama authorized the first strikes against against the militant group earlier Monday, the Pentagon confirmed
The Jordanian ruler says the reaction to ISIS must be swift, but he is pleased with the action President Obama is taking
Jurors hearing a terrorism-financing lawsuit found that Jordan-based Arab Bank helped Hamas fund a "death and dismemberment" benefit plan in the early 2000s
On Turkey's border with Syria, riot police defended their positions with tear gas - but they weren't fighting Islamic extremists
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr and CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate discuss the intelligence that's driving U.S. efforts to push back ISIS extremists in Iraq and Syria.
Apparent kidnapping comes after ISIS calls on followers to kidnap and kill French citizens after France starts air campaign against them
Officials hesitant to announce number of new cases discovered during three-day lockdown on entire country
"We are willing to pay the price for democracy," student leader says
Bavarians start the annual 16-day festival in Munich. More than 7 million liters of beer are expected to be poured
Fleeing ISIS attacks in northern Syria, Kurdish refugees flee into Turkey
Hundreds of thousands of demonstrators from around the world united to urge policy makers to take action on climate change ahead of an upcoming meeting at the United Nations. Wendy Gillette reports from New York, where the largest of the marches was held.
One man was handcuffed to an iron chair and wires from an old-fashioned telephone were tied to his toes
Chinese subsidiary was accused of selling expired beef and chicken to McDonald's, KFC and other major restaurant chains
Threat posed by terror group so severe, John Kerry says "there is a role for nearly every country in the world to play, including Iran"
Deputy PM says militants' advance in northern Syria has sparked a shocking new surge of refugees
An unknown number of people were injured in the blasts, which happened in an area of increasing unrest
The U.S. Secretary of State was in talks with Mohamad Javad Zarif on reducing Iran's nuclear capabilities
After a watchdog report concludes chlorine used "systematically and repeatedly" in attacks, Kerry implies Assad regime broke agreement
Some residents complained of food shortages as officials scrambled to contact nearly every resident and bury the dead before lockdown lifted