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By PBS NewsHour
By Justin Scuiletti
Hackers claiming to be Anonymous, an international collective of activist hackers, threatened cyberattacks on the Islamic State group in retaliation for Friday's deadly attacks in Paris.
By Joshua Barajas, Gretchen Frazee
As authorities made sense of the aftermath from Friday’s Paris attacks and the death toll count began to stabilize, reports emerged over the weekend that a gunman involved with the coordinated bombings and shootings may have entered Europe, embedded in…
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has arrived in Paris to show American solidarity with France after last week's deadly terror attacks.
By Ken Dilanian, Associated Press
The Obama administration is announcing a new intelligence-sharing arrangement with France to more readily and quickly share military planning regarding the campaign against the Islamic State.
By Associated Press
ANTALYA, Turkey -- President Barack Obama says it's wrong to equate attacks like those that happened in Paris with Islam. But he says the Muslim community needs to do more to make sure young people are "not infected" with the…
By Erica Werner, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- Republican lawmakers may try to use must-pass government spending legislation to block President Barack Obama's plans to increase the number of Syrian refugees entering the U.S.
By Alan Fram, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Capitol Police are telling congressional offices that while there are no specific threats against the Capitol following the Paris terrorist attacks, lawmakers and their aides should take precautions and be vigilant.
By Vladimir Isachenkov and Josh Lederman, Associated Press
ANTALYA, Turkey -- World leaders vowed Monday to boost intelligence-sharing, cut off terrorist funding and strengthen border security in Europe, as they sought to show resolve and unity following the deadly terror attacks in Paris.
By Julie Pace, Associated Press
ANTALYA, Turkey -- President Barack Obama on Monday conceded that the Paris terror attacks were a "terrible and sickening setback" in the fight against the Islamic State, but forcefully dismissed critics who have called for the U.S. to change or…
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