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2:45 PM ET, November 15, 2015

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New York Times:
2 Suspects Identified as Paris Attack Investigation Widens  —  PARIS — The investigation into the Paris terrorist attacks unfurled across Europe on Sunday, from France to Belgium to Serbia, as the authorities worked to track down the identities and allies of the assailants who laid siege …
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Washington Post:
French officials: Manhunt in Europe for at least 1 suspect ‘directly involved’ in Paris attacks  —  PARIS — Authorities were scouring Europe on Sunday for at least one other suspect, and possibly two, who were “directly involved” in Friday night's attacks in Paris, as investigators tried …
Daily Mail:
'HELP, HELP, I'M PREGNANT': WOMAN FILMED DANGLING FROM WINDOW IN DESPERATE BID TO ESCAPE GUNMEN … Was Paris attack planned by a Belgian terror cell in the ‘Jihad capital of Europe’?  Police investigating links between killer gang that included THREE BROTHERS, a homegrown terrorist …
Justin McCurry / Guardian:
Paris attacks: police ‘still hunting’ man involved in Isis assault - live updates  —  Here is what we know so far about the suspects in the Paris attack.  —  Seven attackers were killed in the atrocity.  An eighth man is still feared to be at large.  — Only one of the attackers …
BBC:
Paris attacks: Weapons found in ‘getaway car’  —  Several Kalashnikovs have been found in an abandoned car believed to have been used by some of the Paris attackers, French judicial sources say.  —  The black Seat car was found in the eastern Paris suburb of Montreuil on Sunday, suggesting some of the attackers got away.
Peter Foster / Telegraph:
Paris attacks put dagger through heart of liberal Europe
Discussion: Washington Post and Reuters
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Rick Klein / ABC News:
Analysis: Debate Reveals Democratic Uncertainties on Foreign Policy  —  The Democrats came to Iowa Saturday night to have a debate, in a somber moment in a shaken nation.  —  It turned into something less than an outright fight but ultimately quite a bit more - a potentially pivotal moment …
Chris Cillizza / Washington Post:
Winners and losers from the second Democratic presidential debate  —  The three Democrats running for the 2016 presidential nomination gathered in Iowa on Saturday night for the second debate of the campaign.  Coming just 24 hours after the attacks in Paris, the first 30 minutes …
Dylan Matthews / Vox:
What Bernie Sanders misses about Dwight Eisenhower's tax rates
Discussion: Politico and Yahoo Politics
Hunter Walker / Yahoo Politics:
Sanders aide pushes back against CBS switch to foreign policy focus for debate
John Hinderaker / Power Line:
Sanders: We Don't Need No Stinking Foreign Policy!
Annie Karni / Politico:
Sanders fights CBS move to change debate format after Paris
Washington Post:
Saturday night, three candidates took part in the second Democratic …
Discussion: Mother Jones
New York Times:
Rivals at Democratic Debate Attack Hillary Clinton
Discussion: RedState, BuzzFeed and TalkLeft
Katherine Krueger / Talking Points Memo:
Sanders: Climate Change ‘Directly Related’ To Growth Of Terrorism (VIDEO)
Discussion: The Week
Bethania Palma Markus / Raw Story:
Ted Cruz exploits Paris attack to talk about Christian persecution while honoring anti-gay bigots  —  DON'T MISS STORIES.  FOLLOW RAW STORY!  —  GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz held a “Rally for Religious Liberty” on Saturday at Bob Jones University in South Carolina …
Discussion: CNN
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Ben Schreckinger / Politico:
GOP candidates link Paris attacks to immigration
ABC News:
‘This Week’ Transcript: Ben Rhodes and Marco Rubio
Discussion: Politico
Daily Mail:
Jihadis sneaked into Europe as fake Syrian refugees: Killer's passport was used by 'migrant …
Bradford Richardson / The Hill:
Trump: Paris attacks would have been ‘different’ if civilians were armed
Patrick Healy / New York Times:
Republican Candidates Urge Aggressive Response After Paris Attacks
Sally Kohn / The Atlantic:
When Minorities Demand Equal Respect  —  A mere century ago in America, lynchings were all too common.  In 1907 alone, the journalist Ray Stannard Baker documented the reasons why black men and women were lynched: … The term “political correctness” may be new but its foundations are not.
Ross Douthat / New York Times:
A Crisis Our Universities Deserve  —  BETWEEN the 19th century and the 1950s, the American university was gradually transformed from an institution intended to transmit knowledge into an institution designed to serve technocracy.  The religious premises fell away, the classical curriculums …
Discussion: The Academe Blog
Max Fisher / Vox:
The perfect response to people who blame Islam for ISIS  —  When people talk about ISIS and Islam, as they are today and will surely be for some time in the wake of the Paris terror attacks, they tend to take one of two positions: either that ISIS has nothing to do with “real” Islam …
Discussion: Obsidian Wings
Andrea Cavallier / New York's PIX11:
How to change your Facebook profile picture to colors of French flag to show solidarity with victims  —  Facebook users all over the world are showing their support for the Paris terrorist attack victims with a profile photo filter.  —  David Marcus, Facebook's vice president of Messaging Product, wrote:
 
 
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