France has one of the top intelligence agencies in the world, and the country has a history of terrorist attacks that stretches back to the 1980s. Yet the Charlie Hebdo attackers somehow evaded their network, and no one yet knows how.
In the latest Snowden leaked records revelation, France was the target of the NSA. The French newspaper Le Monde reported that the National Security Agency swept up about 70 million phone records over a 30-day period. And the French have their own special reason for being angry.
Egypt has a new strongman. Posters of General Abdel Fattah al-Sisi are now ubiquitous. But he remains relatively unknown. Anchor Marco Werman speaks with Christopher Dickey, Middle East editor for Newsweek and the Daily Beast.
Christopher Dickey, the Paris bureau chief for Newsweek, tells anchor Marco Werman why the key to understanding the minds of terrorists isn't about understanding their ethnicity, religion, or race.
Three Kurdish women were murdered in Paris Wednesday night, execution style. All were activists for the PKK, the militant group that's long fought for Kurdish rights in Turkey. One was a PKK co-founder.
On the eve of first Obama-Romney debate, we hear how our presidential debates compare to those in France.
A police siege in the French city of Toulouse ends with a man suspected of killing seven people now dead, officials say.
Nafissatou Diallo has broken her public silence on the sexual assault case.
U.S. intelligence officers call Pakistan-born Ilyas Kashmiri 'The New Bin Laden.' Christopher Dickey, Paris bureau chief and Middle East regional editor for Newsweek, joins us from Jordan to discuss the terrorist.