Obama missed chance to send message: Your SayObama missed chance to send message: Your SayThe Obama administration admitted Monday that someone with a higher profile should have attended the anti-terrorism rally in Paris.Congress
Corker: More Paris-Like Attacks ComingCorker: More Paris-Like Attacks ComingA senior US senator on Monday issued a chilling prediction about Islamic extremist group attacks like the ones in Paris that left 16 civilians dead.Congress
GOP Warns of 'New Phase' in Terrorism FightGOP Warns of 'New Phase' in Terrorism FightRepublican lawmakers believe recent attacks in Paris show the United States and its allies are in a "new phase" in the fight against violent extremist groups.Features
Discover Paris' food and wine this weekDiscover Paris' food and wine this weekGet a taste of the best restaurants, wine tours, markets and more culinary experiences.Opinion
Stand together against assault on freedom: Your SayStand together against assault on freedom: Your SayMore than 1 million people marched in Paris on Sunday to show solidarity against terrorism.Opinion
Why Al-Qaeda in Yemen attacked Paris: ColumnWhy Al-Qaeda in Yemen attacked Paris: ColumnTerror theater startling reminder of Al-Qaeda's ambition and ruthlessness.Budget
Paris Attacks Could Feed Into Broader Push for Higher BudgetsParis Attacks Could Feed Into Broader Push for Higher BudgetsLast weeks' terror attacks in Paris are unlikely to have much direct impact on the defense market. But taken as part of a larger view of an increasingly dangerous world, they fit into a pattern that could lead to an increase in the overall defense budget.MIKE THOMPSON
Violence against cartoonists shockingly commonViolence against cartoonists shockingly commonThe Charlie Hebdo attack underscores the courage of political cartoonists around the globe.