Latest reports -- and rumors -- fueling questions on whereabouts of Kim Jong Un
Malala Yousafzai, who survived Taliban assassination attempt, shares world's most prestigious honor with Indian children's activist Kailash Satyarthi
But hospital says nursing assistant Teresa Romero - 1st to catch disease outside of Africa - still in critical condition
American troops are building medical centers in Liberia, where health care workers and beds for Ebola patients are urgently needed
Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, better known as "The Viceroy" or "The General," had a $5 million reward on his head from the U.S.
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson explains the precautionary measures at five U.S. airports that will greet passengers incoming from West Africa.
Cases of horse-poisoning and death threats against jockeys plague Venezuela's horse-racing scene
Sierra Leone president says world responding too slowly to "tragedy unforeseen in modern times"; U.S. military ramps up efforts in Liberia
Men were convicted of dressing up as police officers and sexually assaulting four women -- one of them pregnant
Government's new announcement greeted with little more than sneers by protesters
New book illustrates a photographer and conservationist's hunt to find the world's rarest amphibians
Prosecutor lets fact slip on national TV, raising questions over theory that Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 disintegrated quickly in air
Suicide bombers strike a military outpost and supporters of Shiite rebel group that overran capital last month
As Spanish nurse takes turn for worse, doctor who treated her admits himself with concerns about protective suit he was provided
Patrick Modiano takes $1.1 million prize for uncovering "the life-world of the occupation"
Tens of thousands flee their homes, 19 civilians killed in a week as forces on both Pakistan and India sides ignore ceasefire
But U.S. says air power alone won't keep extremists out of Kobani, and in spite of pressure, Turkey also says it can't save the town
Officials say a medical student is among the group of 4 suspects believed to have been plotting an attack inside Britain
A jihadist raised in the U.S. tells Clarissa Ward why he joined the fight in Syria with a group linked to al Qaeda
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about whether President Obama will ever renege on his opposition to putting United States ground troops in the Middle East to fight Islamic militants.