Attacks in Paris: Europe's worst terrorist attack in more than a decade

Key suspect in Paris attacks ordered held in isolation in high-security prison

Belgian prosecutors say Salah Abdeslam, a key suspect in the Paris attacks, has been handed over to French authorities

European manhunt ends with arrest of suspect in Paris attacks

The largest manhunt in Europe came to a dramatic end Friday when police in Belgium arrested a fugitive linked to the Paris terrorist attacks that killed 130

Man found dead after Brussels raid linked to Paris terrorist attacks, police say

Officials in Belgium say a man has been found dead in a Brussels apartment following an anti-terror raid linked to the Nov. 13 Paris attacks that killed 130

Video shows Paris attackers committing earlier Islamic State atrocities

New video released by the Islamic State group on Sunday shows the extremists who carried out the Nov. 13 attacks in Paris committing atrocities in Islamic

Morocco arrests Belgian man linked to Paris attackers

Moroccan police have arrested a Belgian man of Moroccan descent who is linked to Islamic State and had a "direct relationship" to the people who carried out the

Paris attack fugitive's fingerprint found in Brussels apartment

Belgian police found traces of explosives, bomb-making equipment and what appeared to be suicide belts in a Brussels apartment that may have been used by a key

'Made in France' sees theatrical release canceled in wake of Paris attacks

"Made in France," a movie about a journalist who infiltrates an Islamic terrorist cell in the suburbs of Paris, won't be released in cinemas in France, its

'We are stronger than they are': First Paris cafe reopens after terrorist attack

They came to be with friends, to share their grief and move on, raising a glass to life, on a terrace where five people died in a hail of gunfire.

After Paris, LAPD sees terror risk shifting across the city

Counterterrorism efforts in Southern California have long focused on the region's distinct landmarks. Los Angeles International Airport, the intended target of

Paris strikes and their aftermath expose security lapses in Europe

Abdelhamid Abaaoud, believed to be ringleader of the Paris attacks, was a notorious terrorism suspect but hiding in plain sight.

Stock markets show resilience despite Paris attacks, other geopolitical risks

Stock markets have been largely uneventful this year, save for the huge drops in August, and they showed through last week's terrorist attacks in Paris a

Two Islamic State operatives with ties to Paris attackers reported killed in airstrikes

U .S.-led forces have killed two Islamic State operatives in Syria and Iraq believed to have links to the gunmen who killed 130 people in Paris last month, a

Geneva police hunt suspects as part of Paris attacks probe

Working on a tip from the CIA, Geneva police were hunting for at least four suspects allegedly linked to the radical Islamic State group and believed to be

'These are our brothers': U2 gives Eagles of Death Metal a stage in Paris

"It's a rock 'n' roll show!" Bono shouted not long into U2's concert Monday night in Paris, but of course he knew it was more than that.

After Paris attacks, only 10% of business travelers change plans

Despite the horrific terrorist attacks in Paris, nearly three-quarters of travel managers for major U.S. corporations say their travel plans to Europe remain largely unchanged.

Doctors recount the Paris terror attacks: 'This is the civil application of war medicine'

On the morning of Friday, Nov. 13, doctors throughout Paris -- along with emergency personnel from the city's fire brigade -- held a drill to hone their

Paris attacks organizer was planning more carnage, prosecutor says

The man believed to have planned the Nov. 13 Paris attacks that killed 130 people and wounded hundreds more had likely planned to carry out another suicide

Brussels remains on high alert as police hunt Paris attack fugitive

Brussels will remain on the highest alert level and maintain security measures that have severely disrupted normal life in the city until at least Monday as it

Belgium raises threat alert to highest level after Paris attacks

Heavily armed police and soldiers patrolled key intersections, subways were closed and many stores shut their doors in Belgium's capital Saturday as the

Authorities release 7 people detained during raid on Paris area apartment

The Paris prosecutor's office says authorities have released seven people detained during a deadly police raid linked to the Paris attacks.

Gunmen storm hotel in Mali; one American among at least 20 killed

Suspected Islamist gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in the Malian capital of Bamako early Friday, killing 20 people or more and taking scores of hostages during a

France seeks help in thwarting extremists; 3rd body found in suspect's apartment

France called Friday on its European Union partners to take immediate and decisive action to toughen the bloc's borders and prevent the entry of more violent

U.S. intelligence: No specific threat to Thanksgiving travel after Paris attacks

U.S. intelligence analysts see no specific plans to attack travelers during the busy Thanksgiving travel week, despite a threat from Islamic State to expand its spate of attacks to the U.S. and strike targets in New York, two law enforcement officials said Friday.

Slain Paris plotter's Europe ties facilitated travel from Syria

As waves of refugees from Syria converged on Europe this summer, law enforcement authorities feared this scenario: That terrorist operatives would slip in among

Islamic State says it killed 2 captives and used bomb to down Russian jet

Islamic State militants boasted of their latest atrocities Wednesday by posting a photo of the crude bomb they said brought down a Russian airliner last month

Mayor against Syrian refugees is denounced for noting WWII internment of Japanese Americans

A Virginia mayor ignited a backlash Wednesday after he cited America's mass detention of Japanese Americans during World War II as support for his call to deny

How the U.S. screens Syrian refugees to vet out potential terrorists

Speculation that one of the suicide bombers involved in the Paris terrorist attacks entered Europe as a political refugee has touched off a firestorm in the

Eagles of Death Metal on Paris attacks: 'Love overshadows evil'

The Eagles of Death Metal has just issued the band's first statement in the wake of Friday's in Paris during which dozens of fans attending one of the group's

Hundreds attend vigil for Paris victims at L.A. City Hall

Hundreds of people gathered Tuesday night bearing candles to remember the victims of the recent attacks that devastated Paris at a somber vigil held on the

Republican rhetoric will become an Islamic State recruiting tool, Obama says

President Obama bemoaned a climate of fear in the U.S. that he said was stoked by political leaders seeking to block refugees "based on hysteria" rather than

Paris steps up security for United Nations climate change conference

The popular gathering places - a concert hall, a sports stadium, busy bars and cafes - hit last week by shooting and bomb attacks presented extremists with

Syrian refugees fear backlash: 'They don't want us to stay here'

Three years ago, Khadija Aloush fled the fighting in Syria for Denmark, where she found anything but a warm welcome.

French investigators believe another attacker could still be at large

Investigators believe that a second militant may have gotten away after taking part in the deadly attacks in Paris, a U.S. law enforcement official said

2 Air France flights to Paris diverted because of bomb threats

Two Paris-bound flights - including one that departed from Los Angeles - were diverted and grounded Tuesday evening because of bomb threats, prompting

Speaker Paul Ryan wants House vote this week to 'pause' Syrian-refugee resettlement

Speaker Paul Ryan is moving toward a House vote Thursday on legislation to "pause" the resettlement of Syrian refugees to the U.S., as the White House struggles

Germany-Netherlands soccer match called off after 'concrete' threat of explosive device

A soccer game between Germany and the Netherlands was abruptly canceled Tuesday due to the serious threat of an attack at the stadium, officials said.

Barring Syrian refugees after the Paris attacks would reject America's very roots

If fear-mongering politicians were sincere in their desire to shut off access to the United States by those coming from the source of the Paris terror attacks,

Paris continues its Olympic bid in wake of terrorist attacks

This has been a difficult week in Paris, but officials leading the city's bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics confirmed Tuesday they will proceed with an important

The 129 Paris victims were from 19 countries, and many were under age 30

The global reach of the attacks in Paris that killed at least 129 and injured hundreds more continued to grow as the names and nationalities of the dead

Paris terrorist attacks shock Americans numbed by Mideast atrocities

There is a British prankster named Jack Jones who is trying to kick start a comedy career for himself by posting videos of his rude public encounters with

How L.A.'s teachers are talking about Paris

By the time teachers understood the magnitude of Friday's terror attacks on Paris, school was over, or close to it. So students throughout Southern California

Despite attacks, Brown will attend U.N. climate summit in Paris next month

Gov. Jerry Brown is still planning to travel to Paris next month for the highly anticipated United Nations summit on climate change, which French leaders said

'Hunger Games' Los Angeles premiere honors victims of Paris attacks

Stars of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2" paid their respects to the victims of attacks in Paris last week during the Los Angeles premiere of the film

Stop the fear-mongering on Syrian refugees

It was inevitable that the terrorism attacks in Paris last week would echo quickly through the U.S. presidential campaign. Given the stream of nativist rhetoric

On Islamic State, Obama's in denial

According to legend, if not actual historians, Harold Macmillan was once asked what he most feared could derail his agenda. The British prime minister allegedly

Time to draw a 'red line' against the barbarism of Islamic State'

To the editor: The Paris attacks, together with the crisis caused by the flood of Syrian refugees into Europe, make clear that the North Atlantic Treaty

Belgian militant suspected in Paris attack has history of failed plans in Europe

In one photo, he flashes a crooked, toothy smile and sports a 5 o'clock shadow as he mugs for the camera with a Kalashnikov rifle cradled across his chest and a

More than half the country's governors, citing security concerns, said they would refuse Syrian refugees

A drumbeat of opposition against allowing Syrian refugees into the U.S. intensified Monday as more than half the country's governors, citing security concerns,

Paris attacks stir fear and defiance among event organizers

Paris terror attacks stir fear and defiance among event organizers; some ponder cancellation while others vow to go on

Washington threatened as next target in video purportedly released by Islamic State

Washington was among the potential targets of future attacks cited in a video released Monday purportedly by Islamic State that warned of more strikes to follow

Presidential candidates criticize Obama's Islamic State strategy, but theirs sound similar

From the intensity of their rhetoric, the candidates seeking to replace President Obama might sound like they have policies for combating the Islamic State

U.S. agrees to boost intelligence sharing with France after Paris attacks

European intelligence agencies are overwhelmed by the number of terrorist suspects they want to pursue and have struggled to clamp down on a black market of AK-47 rifles and other weapons looted from former Soviet bloc armories in the 1990s, CIA Director John O. Brennan said Monday.

Paris attacks: Officials hunt for suspects, speak of losing access to 'chatter' about attack

Intelligence officials in the U.S. and Europe picked up "chatter" as early as September about a potential Islamic State-related attack on France, it emerged

House Speaker Paul Ryan under pressure to stop funding for Syrian refugees

Conservative pressure is mounting on new House Speaker Paul Ryan to block President Obama's plan to allow up to 10,000 additional Syrian refugees to resettle in

U.S. warplanes target 116 oil trucks allegedly used by Islamic State in Syria

Aiming to choke off the funding that has helped make Islamic State the world's wealthiest terrorist group, the U.S. military has stepped up efforts to eliminate

CBS pulls terror episodes of 'Supergirl' and 'NCIS: Los Angeles' after Paris attacks

CBS has pulled Monday's terror-themed episodes of "Supergirl" and "NCIS: Los Angeles" after last week's Paris terror attacks. 

Paris attacks: What can France do to battle homegrown terrorism?

Friday night, in the center of Paris, hundreds of people were gunned down as they enjoyed the warm November weather, ate dinner or took in a show. At this

John Oliver responds to Paris attacks with 'premium cable profanity'

John Oliver reacts to Paris attacks with profanity-strewn rant

France launches new airstrikes amid reports that Paris attacks were directed in Syria

As the investigation into the deadly attacks on this city spiraled into a Europe-wide effort, French warplanes pounded the headquarters of Islamic State on

Residents of Brussels' Molenbeek district say 'jihadi capital' reputation is hype

Across the canal from the trendy bars and brew pubs of the Belgian capital, the district known as Molenbeek St. Jean throbs with a different pace of life.

Hundreds gather at Cal State Long Beach for vigil for Nohemi Gonzalez

Hundreds gathered for a vigil at Cal State Long Beach on Sunday afternoon to honor the memory of 23-year-old senior Nohemi Gonzalez, who was among those killed

Paris attacks: Islamic State rips the veil of civilization

There are few things as horrifying as a merciless fanatic willing to commit any conceivable atrocity for the sake of his religion. Nationalism, political

French Muslims fear reprisals in wake of Paris terrorist attacks

In this heavily Muslim suburb of Paris, there was a nagging fear in the back of many minds on Sunday: Would the latest spasm of violence in the name of Islam

Lessons from Hollywood on how life goes on after the Paris attacks

Global tragedy strikes these days with a kind of wearying familiarity. The pain is fresh but our thoughts--as they did after Madrid¿, London, Mumbai and

Why Islamic State targeted France instead of the U.S.

The chilling takeaway from Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris is that Islamic State has expanded its theater of operations beyond the Middle East. But that

Attack in France spotlights Europe's vulnerability to terrorism

At a makeshift shrine down the street from a concert hall turned scene of carnage, a steady stream of well-wishers came Saturday to pay tribute to scores

Obama under pressure to intensify fight against Islamic State after Paris attacks

The deadly Paris attacks are putting pressure on President Obama to confront Islamic State militants more aggressively than he has been willing to consider in

The Paris terrorist attacks cast new suspicion on Syria's migrants

Paris terror attacks raise new fears of militant penetration of migrant wave to Europe, far right calling for barriers

The California student killed in Paris saw herself as a driven, independent Mexican American

On a warm autumn evening in Paris, Nohemi Gonzalez was spending time with three friends at a local bistro, La Belle Equipe, when gunmen opened fire from a

Lionsgate cancels press interviews on 'Hunger Games' L.A. premiere red carpet after Paris attacks

Citing the attacks in Paris, Lionsgate has announced the suspension of interviews by press on the red carpet at the Los Angeles premiere of "The Hunger Games:

Attacks struck a diverse, non-touristy Paris enclave

The terrorist attacks that rocked Paris on Friday night occurred far from the sites that tourists are most familiar with.

'Please, please! Stop!' concertgoers pleaded as Paris theater came under siege

The killers were quiet, calm. Jerome Lorenzi decided he had to be the same.

The Eagles of Death Metal crew member died 'doing the job he loved'

Nick Alexander, a British man who sold merchandise for the California rock band Eagles of Death Metal, was among those killed at the Bataclan concert hall in

A timeline of the Paris attacks

Three teams of terrorists carrying AK-47 assault rifles and wearing explosive vests with identical detonators appeared to have coordinated the attacks that

Universal Music executive Thomas Ayad among victims in Paris attack

A Universal Music Group executive, Thomas Ayad, was among the victims of Friday night's terrorist attacks in Paris, the company has confirmed. 

As Paris reels, investigators piece together the attackers' stories

At 9:20 p.m. Friday, an explosion cracked through the raucous din of a soccer game at the Stade de France.

Friends mourn Cal State Long Beach student killed in Paris terror attacks

A Cal State Long Beach student was among those killed in the Paris terrorist attacks, according to the university.

So much love for Eagles of Death Metal is descending on Joshua Tree right now

Patrick Hutchinson, live recording engineer for the Eagles of Death Metal, was at the drag races in Pomona late Friday afternoon when his cellphone, as he put

'Made in France' release postponed following attacks in Paris

The distributor of "Made in France," a drama about a French journalist who follows a group of radical jihadists intent on creating trouble in Paris, has pulled

Paris terror attacks will shift CBS News' focus at the Democratic primary debate

CBS News is changing its game plan for Saturday's Democratic primary debate in the aftermath of the Paris terror attacks.

Attacks in Paris

Interactive map shows attack locations in Paris

Paris attacks: What is the sensible response to this horrific act?

After the terrorist attacks on Charlie Hebdo in Paris in January, it was clear that France wasn't immune to acts of violence motivated by a warped

Paris attacks: 'Enough of the words. How many more people need to die?'

Editor's note: Below are some initial reactions received by to the attacks in Paris. The letters, which are grouped into three broad

Paris carnage extends the range of Islamic State's vicious lunacy

I sat Friday night in the dining room in front of my laptop, the TV in the next room flitting among experts and speculators about what happened in Paris, while

Resilience in Paris

I lived in Paris longer than I lived in any other city. When I left for the United States, my farewell dinner was at Le Petit Cambodge -- the restaurant