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French President Francois Hollande is blaming the Islamic State for the attacks overnight in Paris, and the group has claimed responsibility. The large-scale terrorist attack against an international target would mark a departure for the militant group.
Nov. 14, 2015
Scott talks with Tom Goldman about the latest in the world of sports — including a show of unity in the soccer stadium in Paris during Friday night's terror attacks.
Nov. 14, 2015
Hours after news of the Paris attacks broke, President Obama called them "an attack on all of humanity." On Saturday, Obama leaves for Turkey and beyond for a series of international meetings.
Nov. 14, 2015
NPR's Eleanor Beardsley, reporting from Paris, explains what is known so far about Friday night's attacks there. She talks to Scott Simon about the killings, and Parisians' attempts to cope Saturday.
Nov. 14, 2015
The terrorist attacks in Paris will likely add a new wrinkle to the second Democratic primary debate, something that has gotten little attention to this point on the Democratic side — foreign policy.
Nov. 14, 2015
The girls we met shook up our ideas about everything: menstruation, child brides, soccer, school, whether parents favor boys over girls.
Nov. 14, 2015
The attack would be the most sophisticated yet by ISIS, as the simultaneous assaults occurred at multiple locations during a busy time of day in a major European capital.
Nov. 14, 2015
A series of shootings and explosions killed 127 in and around the French capital on Friday night. This is what Paris looked like in the immediate aftermath.
Nov. 14, 2015
The former Transportation Secretary's new book bemoans the end of bipartisanship. Is his vision of compromise a pipe dream?
Nov. 14, 2015
France has reinstated border controls that Europe had abandoned in recent years as they reel from Friday night's sophisticated terrorist attacks, which left at least 120 dead.
Nov. 14, 2015
As morning dawns in France, the death toll from Friday night's attacks is not yet final, and very little is known about the attackers so far.
Nov. 14, 2015
Politics is never far from controversy — be it Supreme Court rulings, guns or terrorist attacks, like Paris. The American president — and the people trying to replace him — all weighed in.
Nov. 13, 2015
The court will test the constitutionality of a sweeping Texas abortion law that, if upheld, would allow the kind of major abortion restrictions not permitted in more than 40 years.
Nov. 13, 2015
News reports from Paris say shootings and explosions have erupted.
Nov. 13, 2015
People in lower-income communities are more likely to die of colon cancer, often because they don't get diagnosed early enough. Those premature deaths take a financial toll, too.
Nov. 13, 2015
The Utah Judge had ruled yesterday that the 9-month-old child be placed with a heterosexual couple.
Nov. 13, 2015
The Food and Drug Administration's regulations contain some compromises and cover farmers who grow fresh produce, as well as importers. The agency has been working on the rules for five years.
Nov. 13, 2015
The high court will hear a dispute over a 2013 Texas law that would effectively eliminate most of the clinics that perform abortions in the state.
Nov. 13, 2015
As families consider how far to push an infant's medical care, a chasm can open between the parents' hopes and what doctors and nurses consider realistic. How do you measure a baby's quality of life?
Nov. 13, 2015
You wanted to know what you could do to make life better for the teen girls in our series. We have a list of groups you might consider contacting.
Nov. 13, 2015

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