A Charlie Hebdo cartoonist thanks people for sending prayers to Paris, but says the city doesn't "need more religion."
Charlie Hebdo magazine editors are not giving in to fear. The magazine's first issue since the deadly Paris terror attacks will be on sale Wednesday.
Washington Post cartoonist Tom Toles joined Howard Kurtz on "Media Buzz" today to discuss his reaction to the Paris terror attacks.
Following the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris Wednesday, President Obama's response is being criticized by a number of critics.
Former presidential candidate Howard Dean made waves on MSNBC yesterday when he argued that people should not call the Paris attackers "Muslim terrorists." "I stopped calling these people Muslim terrorists," Dean said on "Morning Joe." "They’re about as Muslim as I am."
Some of President Obama's critics want to hear stronger words against Islamic terrorism following Wednesday's Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris. In remarks yesterday, the president called it "senseless violence."
Gretchen Carlson spoke with former Navy SEAL and author Chad Williams about the deadly attack that left 12 people dead in Paris Wednesday when at least three gunmen stormed the office of a satirical newspaper.
What's the best way to keep civilians safe from terror attacks? The "Outnumbered" panel weighed in this afternoon following a killing of 12 people at the office of a satirical newspaper.
New York Congressman Peter King weighed in on the deadly attack that left 12 people dead in Paris Wednesday when at least three gunmen stormed the office of a satirical newspaper.
In the wake of the brutal terror attack in Paris, journalists, cartoonists and free speech advocates from around the world are speaking out.
On "America's Newsroom," Lt. Col. Ralph Peters (Ret.) reacted to the deadly terror attack on the offices of a satirical newspaper in Paris.
Catherine Herridge reported on "America's Newsroom" U.S. intelligence and counterterrorism officials are deeply engaged in the deadly terror attack in Paris, which exhibits a high level of preplanning and premeditation.