Police are working to determine whether a man who tried to attack a north Paris police station on Thursday had coordinated with others.
The New York Times is under fire over its decision to publish a portrait of Pope Benedict XVI that was made of condoms. The portrait is displayed at the Milwaukee Art Museum, angering Catholics in the area. It's made of 17,000 stretched-out latex condoms in a variety of colors.
Reactions were coming in fast this morning after this moment in Paris, where Secretary of State John Kerry introduced James Taylor to a French audience. The singer-songwriter then serenaded the French ambassador with a rendition of "You've Got a Friend."
Bill O'Reilly went back and forth with "The Five" co-host Bob Beckel about the point of Sunday's march in Paris, which 40 world leaders attended.
Bill O'Reilly pointed out that if you watched the evening news on CBS or ABC, the controversy about the Paris anti-terror rally was mostly ignored. On CBS, Scott Pelley mentioned it for 17 seconds, while on ABC, anchor David Muir devoted 40 seconds to the subject of President Obama being criticized for not attending.
Fox News strategic analyst Lt. Col. Ralph Peters (Ret.) talked to Sean Hannity about the fallout from this weekend's Paris anti-terror rally. According to one Israeli newspaper, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was asked to stay home by French President Francois Hollande over concerns that his presence could cause controversy.
It's safe to say the Obama administration is having a bad day with CENTCOM apparently being hacked on Twitter by ISIS and also facing criticism for not sending a senior official to Paris yesterday to attend the anti-terror rally.
Fox News chief White House correspondent Ed Henry went after Josh Earnest this afternoon on President Obama's decision to skip a massive anti-terror rally in Paris on Sunday. Critics have argued that the U.S. should have been better represented among the 40-plus world leaders that marched. The top U.S. official at the rally was the ambassador to France.
Fox News strategic analyst Lt. Col. Ralph Peters (Ret.) lashed out at President Obama for acting cowardly in his response to the Paris terror attack. Peters said on "America's Newsroom" that he was "shocked" at the administration's decision not to send any high-level officials to yesterday's massive anti-terrorism rally that included more than 40 world leaders.
So, what was the White House thinking by missing the Paris rally? "Fox and Friends asked former White House press secretary and "The Five" host Dana Perino about the thought process of the administration. Perino said there may have been "legitimate security concerns," but ultimately believes the White House is regretting the decision today.
A Muslim man is being hailed as a hero for saving the lives of 15 people during Friday’s attack on a kosher grocery store in Paris.
Washington Post cartoonist Tom Toles joined Howard Kurtz on "Media Buzz" today to discuss his reaction to the Paris terror attacks.