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The story of father of two Adel Termos' heroism during the Beirut bombings has spread far and wide in Lebanon.
Of the known suspects, most were either born in France or neighboring Belgium, authorities have said.
About 2,000 baggage handlers and other airport workers at seven of America's biggest hubs went on strike Wednesday night over pay and union rights.
From the fate of the linchpin of the Paris attacks to ex-Subway spokesman Jared Fogle's sentencing, here are the stories we're following.
Surveillance footage emerged Thursday showing a gunman opening fire at one the restaurants targeted during last week's attacks in Paris.
The Belgian jihadist suspected of being the ringleader of the Paris terrorist attacks was killed during a raid on a suburban apartment, officials said.
Some of Italy's most famous and popular tourists sites were named by the State Department on Thursday as "potential targets" for terrorist attacks.
Police staged six fresh raids in Brussels Thursday and made another arrest linked to last week's terror attack in Paris.
Those convicted of terrorism should be stripped of their nationalities, Prime Minister Manuel Valls said in parliament as he unveiled a security bill.
At the vast, squalid camp known as "The Jungle," the Paris terrorist attacks have only added to the troubles facing refugees and migrants.
The Paris terror attacks have political leaders worried — and for good reason. Here's what's keeping lawmakers and intelligence officials up at night.
Defense Secretary Ashton Carter agrees that the United States is at war with ISIS in an interview airing Thursday on MSNBC.
A French television producer who received training for war wounds was near the attack on La Belle Equipe Friday night and helped the wounded.
Donald Trump would be open to putting boots on the ground "if need be" in the fight against ISIS, he said in Massachusetts Wednesday night.
Raphael Holiday, 36, was convicted of setting a fire that killed his 18-month-old daughter and her two young half-sisters. He denied it.
More than 8 percent of children with cancer have unsuspected genetic mutations that could run in their families, researchers reported on Wednesday.
A California judge has ruled that a woman must allow five frozen embryos to be destroyed as part of a divorce agreement.