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By Elisabeth Ponsot
Schools and public transit will remain shuttered Monday in Brussels amid a "serious and imminent" threat of a terror attack on the Belgian capital, Prime Minister Charles Michel announced Sunday.
By PBS NewsHour
Paris marked and mourned one week since a string of attacks that killed 130 people. Since last Friday, French police have carried out hundreds of raids, including one that killed the alleged mastermind. Now the government is moving to give…
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week’s news, including the political and psychological aftermath of the Paris attacks, 2016 candidates speak out on the refugee crisis and fighting the…
By Jill Colvin and Catherin Lucey, Associated Press
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has voiced support for creating a mandatory database to track Muslims in the United States — the latest in an escalating series of responses following the deadly attacks in Paris.
By Larisa Epatko
The terrorist attacks in Paris and the international response dominated the news this week, while a series of suicide bombings also took place in another part of the world. And the Japanese celebrated Beaujolais Nouveau Day in an interesting way.
French authorities say the ringleader of the Paris attacks was killed in a raid outside Paris on Wednesday. So how did he return to Europe undetected after joining the Islamic State in Syria? Lorenzo Vidino of George Washington University and…
The so-called mastermind of the Paris attacks was killed in a battle with police in the Paris suburb of Saint-Denis on Wednesday, confirmed authorities. While the French Assembly voted to extend a national state of emergency for three months, Belgian…
By Erica Werner, Associated Press
Responding swiftly to the terror in Paris, the U.S. House voted overwhelmingly Thursday to erect high hurdles for Syrian and Iraqi refugees coming to American shores, dividing the president's own party as lawmakers reflected the anxiety of voters back home.
Would greater government access to messages sent through secure communication technology help intelligence agencies fight terrorism? Judy Woodruff gets views from Stewart Baker, former assistant secretary of Homeland Security, and Kate Martin of the Center for American Progress.
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