A day after deadly terrorist attacks in Paris, Hillary Rodham Clinton cast herself as the country's strongest commander in chief in a scary world, even as she defended her own role in the rise of Islamic militants.
People lit candles, posted placards and paid tribute across France on Sunday in remembrance of the victims killed in the terror attacks that hit Paris on Friday night.
By Julie Pace and Josh Lederman, Associated Press
Jolted to attention by a horrifying terror spree in Paris, world leaders pledged a renewed fight Sunday against the Islamic State group, but offered little in the way of a revamped counter-terrorism strategy.
By Lisa Lerer, Associated Press
A day after deadly terrorist attacks in Paris, Hillary Rodham Clinton cast herself as the strongest U.S. commander in chief in an uncertain world, even as she found herself forced to defend the Obama administration's response to the rise of…
By PBS NewsHour
NewsHour special correspondent Malcolm Brabant is in Paris and has been speaking to people there all day about the deadly attacks that happened Friday. He joins Hari Sreenivasan with more on residents’ sentiments.
By Robert Burns, Associated Press
The Paris terrorist attacks seem likely to compel President Barack Obama to consider military escalation against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.
By Daniel Costa-Roberts
As French President François Hollande tightened security across France, promising "merciless" retribution for the series of coordinated terror in Paris Friday night, world leaders reacted with expressions of solidarity as well as increased vigilance in their own countries.
By PBS NewsHour
On Friday, the U.S. began airstrikes against ISIS in Libya. That day, multiple, coordinated attacks in Paris killed more than 100 people and injured hundreds more. Anthony Cordesman from the Center for Strategic and International Studies joins Hari Sreenivasan from…
By Elisabeth Ponsot
A 23-year-old American student was among the victims killed in Friday night's terror assault on Paris.
Following several coordinated terror attacks in Paris Friday night, which left at least 129 people dead and more than 350 injured, signs of solidarity emerged from around the world.
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