Yazidis and Kurds have retaken the Iraqi town of Sinjar, which fell to ISIS last year. Yazidis, who have been brutally targeted by ISIS, now warn of dire consequences for those in ISIS-held villages.
Security officials say the Paris attacks are an example why law enforcement needs to access encrypted data. Privacy advocates and the tech industry say such “back doors” are not the best solution.
Governors in more than a dozen states have asked the federal government not to resettle any more Syrian refugees in their states, as presidential candidates also question the ability to screen them.
French media report police have found a getaway car and are looking for a suspect. An extra 3,000 troops are expected to be deployed across France, and French jets have conducted airstrikes in Syria.
Francois Molins says police believe the attackers were organized in three teams, and that investigators have targeted two black cars: a Seat and a VW Polo with a Belgian license plate.
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.
Caroline Miller is a dual U.S. and French citizen. From her home in East Anchorage, she’s keeping in touch with her cousins on Facebook.
The French capital has been rocked by shootings and an explosion in at least three locations. President Obama called the attack “outrageous.”
One hundred years after it was written, the poem “In Flanders Fields” is being read in many countries today — particularly in Canada, where its author, Lt. Col. John McCrae, served in the military.
Developers of British Columbia’s controversial Kerr-Sulphurets-Mitchell deposit say they’ve found more gold. That could increase its value and help attract investors.