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Nov. 15, 2015

A South African Woman Shared a Harrowing Account of Playing Dead at Bataclan

"Shocked and alone, I pretended to be dead for over an hour, lying among people who could see their loved ones motionless."
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If You Hear President Obama and John Kerry Call ISIS “Daesh,” Here’s Why

Islamic State may cut out your tongue if you say it.
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13 Photos of the Massive Pro-Labor Rally That Swept South Korea on Saturday

"The government must immediately cease worsening labor conditions," labor leader Han Sang-gyun told Reuters.
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Nov. 15, 2015

Authorities Identify First Gunman in Paris Attacks as Omar Ismail Mostefai

He was identified by his severed finger.
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Eiffel Tower Will Remain Closed Indefinitely, According to Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo

Other top landmarks have also closed their doors to visitors.
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Terrorists May Have Used PlayStation 4s to Plan ISIS Paris Attacks. Here's How.

The game consoles would have allowed the attack's perpetrators to communicate away from intelligence officials' ears or eyes.
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Nov. 15, 2015

ISIS Militants Are Suspected of Another Attack in Turkey

Another explosion; ISIS suspected.
Nov. 15, 2015

Cecily Strong Opens 'Saturday Night Live' With Brief, Heartfelt Tribute to Paris

"Paris is the city of light," Strong began.
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However We Fight Terrorism, Ubiquitous Government Surveillance Isn't the Answer

Heightened government spying won't prevent the next Paris attack. Here's why.
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Bernie Sanders Hits Hillary Clinton Over Iraq War Vote During Democratic Debate

"I would argue that the disastrous invasion of Iraq ... led to the rise of al-Qaida and to ISIS."
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We Asked Parisians to Describe What They're Feeling — Here's What They Said

Mourners lit candles and posted notes at the impromptu memorial
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Over 4 Million People Used Facebook's Safety Check to Notify Friends During Paris Attacks

On Friday night, the phones of the world lit up with notifications.
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Nov. 15, 2015

French Police Stopped and Released Paris Attack Suspect Hours After Identifying Him

French police warn that he is dangerous.
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Nov. 15, 2015

Belgium Authorities Arrest 7 People Suspected in Paris Terrorist Attacks

A major manhunt is underway in Europe.
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France Considers Extending State of Emergency Laws, Which Historically Suppress Muslims

The state of emergency allows the government to set up curfews, set up blockades and more.
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Nov. 15, 2015

Bernie Sanders Is "Still Sick and Tired of Hillary's Email"

If you heard otherwise, it's just "media stuff."
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Nov. 15, 2015

NATO Article 5: Here’s What to Know About Collective Defense Clause After Paris Attacks

This is what France could use to declare war.
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Watch the Met Opera's Emotional Tribute to Paris' Terror Victims

The chorus and orchestra opened the show with a powerful rendition of France's national anthem.
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Nov. 15, 2015

2015 CBS Democratic Debate Recap: Here Are Four Things You Missed from Presidential Debate

These were the best moments of the night.
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Martin O'Malley: "My Son Is Not a Pair of Boots on the Ground"

"These are American soldiers."
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Nov. 15, 2015

Dwight D. Eisenhower: His Tax Plan and Bernie Sanders' Socialist Comments

Let's talk about the tax plan in question.
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Omar Ismail Mostefai: Everything We Know About First Named Suspected Paris Terrorist

He was a French national living 60 miles outside Paris.
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President Obama, President Putin Meet on G20 Summit Sideline to Discuss Syria

During the 35-minute-long conversation, Obama and Putin found common ground
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