The negotiations will go on as planned, but authorities have banned public demonstrations in hard-to-secure outdoor spaces.
Paris-based musician Clément Bindzi shares some music he's been listening to since the terrorist attacks last week.
President Obama has been careful about how he frames terrorist attacks and the fight against extremism. Some say too careful.
Jessica Stern asks: Will destroying ISIS on its home turf feed into its strategy and foster more extremism abroad?
Following the coordinated attacks on the city last week, attempts at resuming normal life have not been easy for Parisians.
North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory is among the 30 governors who have come out against resettling Syrians until concerns are addressed.
Historians say that these extreme behaviors and doctrines are not in alignment with any of Islam's past or scripture.
Francois Molins confirmed that Abdelhamid Abaaoud was killed in the massive assault on a suburban apartment yesterday morning.
Christopher Geldert explains how his team deals with threats and the heightened state of security following the Paris attacks.
David Miliband of the International Rescue Committee responds to concerns that resettling refugees could open the door to terrorism.
Gunfire and explosions rocked a Paris suburb today, as police raided an apartment where the suspect was believed to be holed up.
The former coordinator for counterterrorism at the State Department writes that "the United States is a significantly safer place."
The French president has requested changes to the constitution and stronger powers for the government to conduct its investigation.
The Virginia Democrat says Congress has been avoiding accountability for the airstrike campaign against ISIS militants.
French and Belgian authorities have issued a warrant for one person, Salah Abdeslam. The second suspect has not been identified.
The attacks in Paris that left at least 129 people dead on Friday have reignited the debate over encrypted communication.
The owner of a lighting firm explains the set-up involved, as buildings around the world display patterns of blue, white and red.
Reem Akkad of the Syrian American Rescue Network responds to the wave opposition to resettling Syrian refugees.
That question is being asked in many states today, including in Texas where Governor Greg Abbott is trying to stop resettlement.
More than half of U.S. governors, once open to resettling Syrian refugees, are now trying to shut their doors.