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France in shock after Islamist attacks kill 129

French prosecutors said three coordinated teams of gunmen and suicide bombers carried out a wave of attacks across Paris that killed 129 people in what President Francois Hollande called an "act of war" by Islamic State.

ith the Brandenburg Gate, illuminated in the French national colors, in the background, people lay down flowers and light candles for the victims killed in the Friday's attacks in Paris, France, in front of the French Embassy in Berlin, Saturday, Nov. 14, 2015. French President Francois Hollande said more than 120 people died Friday night in shootings at Paris cafes, suicide bombings near France's national stadium and a hostage-taking slaughter inside a concert hall. (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber)

PHOTOS: Paris after the attacks

See a collection of moving images from the aftermath of the attacks in Paris.


New York, other U.S. cities beef up security after Paris attacks

New York, Boston and other cities in the U.S. bolstered security Friday night after gun and bomb attacks on civilians in Paris.


Making headlines this week

A look back at some of this week's biggest newsmakers and the headlines you may have missed.


Recall Roundup: Kia, SpaghettiOs among products recalled this week

A look at some of this week's major product recalls.


Talkin’ turkey: Cost of Thanksgiving holds steady

Thanksgiving groceries likely won't cost Americans much more than last year, and nobody should have to miss gobbling down their favorite holiday foods.


U.S. targets ‘Jihadi John’ in Syria air strike

The U.S. military is "reasonably certain" a drone strike had killed Jihadi John, Islamic State's "lead executioner" and a symbol of the militant group's brutality.


Latest U.S. estimate suggests 1 in 45 children have autism

Officials say the latest government estimate of the number of children with autism supports a belief that the frequency of the disorder may be underestimated.


Many Americans lukewarm on Obama Keystone pipeline rejection

Many Americans are lukewarm on President Barack Obama's rejection of the Keystone XL pipeline, with more than a third saying they didn't care either way, a new Reuters/Ipsos poll shows.


10 FOR TODAY: Friday, Nov. 13

Here's a look at some of the big headlines making news today.


Obama awards Medal of Honor to French-born U.S. Army captain

The highest U.S. distinction for valor was awarded to retired Army Captain Florent Groberg for thwarting an Afghan suicide bomb attack that left him badly wounded.


Steady U.S. jobless claims consistent with healthy labor market

New U.S. applications for unemployment benefits last week held steady at levels consistent with sustained labor market strength that could encourage the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates next month.


Students march over debt, free public college

Students were set to walk out of classrooms across the United States on Thursday to protest ballooning student loan debt for higher education and rally for tuition-free public colleges and a minimum wage hike for campus workers.


Climate change ruling looms over immigration case

The conservative legal challenge to President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration, in line for U.S. Supreme Court review, would force the justices to wrestle with their own conflicting votes on when states have a legal right to sue the federal government.


10 FOR TODAY: Thursday, Nov. 12

Your daily look at the stories that will be talked about today.


No empty nest: Young women live with mom & dad like it’s 1940

An analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data finds that 36.4 percent of women between the ages 18 and 34 lived with parents or relatives in 2014.


Republican Jeb Bush survives debate with steady performance

The fourth Republican debate in the search for a 2016 presidential nominee was characterized by a steady stream of attacks against front-runner Donald Trump and mistake-free performances by Rubio of Florida and Ted Cruz of Texas, two up-and-coming U.S. senators in the race.


White House announces in-state tuition for U.S. veterans, families

Announced in honor of Veterans Day, the change aims to make sure veterans can both access and get the most out of higher education.


History of the holiday: Veterans Day

WATCH: A look at the history of the holiday honoring those who fought for America, both living and dead.


Veterans Day deals

Here is a look at some of the organizations recognizing America's service men and women.

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