Abdelhamid Abaaoud, 28, who had boasted of mounting ISIS attacks, has been confirmed dead in Wednesday's police raid in a suburb north of Paris, according to the Paris prosecutor's office.
The suspected organizer of the attacks that killed 129 people was among those killed in a police raid in a suburb of the French capital, the Paris prosecutor said in a statement on Thursday.
The French government is pressured to prevent another attack. The fate of the planner of last week's attacks is still unknown. Tension from the attacks has spread to other European countries.
Pranksters collected signatures for a ballot measure declaring the University of Arizona was built on land taken from Mexico. For the record, both schools are on land taken from Mexico in the 1840s.
A small group of Syrian refugees has arrived in Tennessee. A top Republican lawmaker there has called for the state's National Guard to remove them and prevent new refugees from entering the state.
President Obama challenged his critics to offer solutions of their own to defeat ISIS. So what are the Republican candidates saying?
A piano was set up inside the Gare du Nord for anyone to play. Issam Djouad, a young man with curly dark hair and a multicolored scarf, sat down and began to play.
It prohibits the flying of drones within 5 miles of the city's airports, and creates no-fly zones over churches, schools, hospitals, police stations and private property without the owner's consent.
Illicit oil sales generate large revenues every day for the so-called Islamic State. The U.S. strikes could dry up a significant stream of cash for the group.
Illicit oil sales generate millions of dollars for the so-called Islamic State each day. The U.S. strikes could dent a much needed stream of revenue.
Deputy Secretary of State Anthony Blinken says defeating militants from the Islamic State is going to take some time. He tells Steve Inskeep that coalition forces have made significant progress.
It turns out that the Bastille Market was just a short cab ride from where we've been staying in Paris. We got there before most shoppers and vendors were rushing to get set up for the morning rush.
Runners in Bangkok entered a half marathon. Race organizers, however, accidentally had the runners take a wrong turn, adding four miles to the race.
The winners included Adam Johnson in fiction, Ta-Nehisi Coates in nonfiction, Robin Coste Lewis in poetry and Neal Shusterman in young people's literature.
Steve Inskeep talks to journalist Ben Taub, who has a piece in The New Yorker, about why Belgium has been a center for radical terrorists in recent years.
Paris is a city still on edge — especially after Wednesday's raid on a northern suburb. We here from a French TV correspondent who talked to residents where the attack happened
Former NFL players who are fighting the settlement terms will have their say in a federal appeals courtroom in Philadelphia on Thursday. Payouts for the potential $1 billion settlement are on hold.
Paris is a city that is still full of tension after Wednesday's violent raid on a Paris suburb. Authorities in Germany have stepped up security measures after Friday's attacks in Paris.
As Paris tries to recover from the terror attacks, people who planned to travel there seem to be conflicted about whether to go. Airlines reacted quickly, allowing travelers to rebook their flights.
Over 560,000 people lived on the street or in homeless shelters this year — a 2 percent drop, according to the Department of Housing and Urban Development. Still, many say the numbers are unreliable.