American Headline News for 15 Nov 2015
At least 129 people died
Many artists shared their sympathy with France after the attacks that killed at least 129 people in Paris.
It was only a matter of time before Hillary Clinton began taking fire. On Saturday night, it happened—with a force that suggested Clinton rivals Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley have been... lusting for the fight. Clinton’s competitors came ready for a slugfest, slamming Clinton on Wall Street regulation, her record in the Middle East and…
Omar Ismail Mostefai, a Paris native, was identified by a severed fingertip found at the Bataclan concert hall.
Emotions ran high in a bohemian Paris neighborhood Saturday as locals vented their anger and shock at attackers who killed at least a dozen people in their streets.
Former New York Senate leader and son face corruption trial
After dealing with Russia, anti-doping agency must decide whether to beef up its role
France mourns its victims, seeks clues to those behind a massacre that has global impact
Despite a historic election promising change, Muslims in Myanmar feel threatened and excluded.
Deputy National Security Adviser Ben Rhodes spoke with George Stephanopoulos on ABC's 'This Week' Sunday.
More than 120 killed in multiple assaults in French capital.
Two of the suspects who died during their attack on Paris were French nationals living in Belgium, officials revealed today, as the investigation into who was behind the devastating six-part attack on... French citizens continues. One of the dead attackers lived in the Brussels suburb of Molenbeek, where raids took place Saturday, and a second attacker lived in the broader Brussels area, a??Federal Prosecutor spokesman told ABC News. Both were French nationals, said a Belgian official. Another attacker was identified as Omar Ismail Mostefai, a 29-year-old Frenchman, the French prosecutors office said. Mostefai was identified from a severed finger found at the Bataclan concert venue, the site of one of the attacks. According to the Belgian Federal Prosecutor, seven people were arrested...
Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes says screening procedures will keep out terrorists
"Now we indeed have a new situation"
Anne Hidalgo shared photos of the world's monuments lit up in red, white and blue
New evidence suggests ISIS, which has claimed responsibility for Friday's Paris attacks, may be making good on its pledge to hide operatives among refugees entering Europe in the aftermath of the... Syrian war.
He gave remarks after meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan
The timing of the Paris attacks was perhaps deliberately orchestrated to coincide with an anniversary that serves part of ISIS's propaganda machine. In November, 1914, as World War I raged, the... religious ideologue Sheikh-ul-Islam declared jihad on behalf of the Ottoman Caliphate, urging his followers to take up arms against several countries including France, Russia and the United Kingdom. That conflict eventually resulted in the defeat and collapse of the Ottoman Caliphate -- a grievance frequently cited by al-Qaeda and ISIS.
A 12-year-old and his father survived the terror attacks that rocked Paris. CNN's Clarissa Ward has more.
At least 10 people were killed in eastern France on Saturday after a high-speed train came off the tracks and plunged into a canal during a test run, authorities said.
And then there were three. Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders and former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley debated for two hours during the second Democratic debate.... In the wake of the terrorism attacks in Paris, the Des Moines debate began with a moment of silence for the victims and dove straight…
In one of the more notable moments of the second Democratic debate Saturday night, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders sparred with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on her ties with Wall Street,... arguing that candidates need to "show by example" and that they need to not be too reliant on large corporations and Wall Street donors. He said Clinton's "comprehensive, tough plan" to regulate Wall Street was "not good enough."
G20 leaders gather along the Mediterranean to tackle the world's most vexing problems - none looms larger than Syria.
Hillary Clinton faced tough criticism Saturday night from her Democratic rivals over everything from her Middle East policies to her swaying stance on gun control to her Wall Street connections, at a... debate that saw both Bernie Sanders and Martin O'Malley step up their attacks on the front-runner. The former secretary of state was put...
Twenty people were hurt and at least 30 passengers were onboard