President Barack Obama says he is hopeful that the immediate threat posed by terrorists in Paris has been now resolved. He says the situation remains fluid and that the French government continues to face the threat of terrorism.
The president wrote several lines in a condolence book to honor the victims of the terrorist shooting at a French satirical magazine.
French nationals are believed to have connections with a Yemeni terrorist network
Laurent Richard, a TV producer in Paris, tells CBS News he rushed to the scene immediately after hearing gunshots.
President Obama called the shooting attack at a French satirical newspaper an attack on journalism around the world.
A Virginia woman faces a federal charge after being accused of promoting the Islamic State in social media and offering to help an undercover agent get a friend into Syria to join the extremist group.
The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria has beheaded Peter Kassig, releasing a video Sunday showing a masked militant standing over the severed head of a man it said was the former U.S. Army Ranger-turned-aid worker, who was seized while delivering relief supplies in Syria last year.
Authorities have added terrorism charges against a man accused of ambushing a Pennsylvania State Police barracks and killing a trooper. They say he told them he wanted to “wake people up.”
Central Command Can’t Confirm If ISIS Leader Was Present During Airstrikes That Destroyed Vehicle Convoy
Coalition airstrikes targeting a gathering of Islamic militant leaders in Iraq destroyed a vehicle convoy, a U.S. Central Command spokesman said Saturday.
Rep. Peter King, R-N.Y., belives the U.S. needs to forget about political correctness and “go all out with surveillance” of Muslims.