More than 1 million people filled the boulevards and avenues of central Paris on Sunday, marching arm in arm in a display of national unity after a string of attacks that killed 17 people and dramatized France’s vulnerability to terrorism.
Days after the massacre that shocked this nation, the surviving staffers of French humor magazine Charlie Hebdo are gathered in another newsroom planning their next edition.
Gun and grenade attacks outside at least two French mosques heightened fear Thursday of an anti-Muslim backlash after a military-style assault on a newspaper that satirizes Islam.
Lucy van Pelt sits, as she has for decades, with her arms folded at a desk under a sign that reads "Psychiatrist Help 5¢." Snoopy, the enigmatic beagle owned by Charlie Brown, sits on a small wooden stool.
With her right hand, my 8-year-old daughter, Kalian, presses the red-hot soldering iron against the circuit board. With her left hand, she guides a thin, tin wire until it's pressing against both the circuit board and the tip of the iron.
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As Netflix has spread its video streaming services around the globe, the company's been met with curiosity, skepticism and, at times, indifference.
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