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7:20 PM ET, November 15, 2015


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New York Times:
French Warplanes Strike Islamic State Militants in Syria  —  PARIS — French warplanes struck Islamic State militants in Syria on Sunday, a French government official said, two days after attackers linked to the terrorist group carried out a coordinated assault on Paris that killed 129 people.
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 …
Paris attacks: Police seek ‘dangerous’ Salah Abdeslam  —  Police have issued a photograph of a French national wanted in connection with Friday's deadly attacks in Paris.  —  The man, named as Salah Abdeslam, 26, is described as dangerous.  —  Seven attackers, two of whom had lived in Belgium …
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CBS News:
French launch “massive” anti-ISIS airstrikes in Syria  —  PARIS — Two days after the deadly terror attacks in Paris that left at least 129 people dead and 352 injured, a French defense official says they have conducted “massive” airstrikes that have destroyed two jihadi sites in the Islamic State …
Discussion: Reuters and CBS DC
Roger Cohen / New York Times:
To Save Paris, Defeat ISIS  —  MILAN — The Paris slaughter claimed by the Islamic State constitutes, as President François Hollande of France declared, an “act of war.”  As such, it demands of all NATO states a collective response under Article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty.
Peter Foster / Telegraph:
Paris attacks put dagger through heart of liberal Europe
Discussion: Washington Post and Reuters
Michael Goodwin / New York Post:
It's time for Obama to make a choice: Lead us or resign  —  In any time and place, war is fiendishly simple.  It is the ultimate zero-sum contest — you win or you lose.  —  That eternal truth is so obvious that it should not need to be said.  Yet even after the horrific slaughter in Paris …
Discussion: The Daily Beast and PoliticusUSA
Theodoric Meyer / Politico:
White House stays course on ISIL amid GOP calls for more
Discussion: Hot Air
Bradford Richardson / The Hill:
Trump: Paris attacks would have been ‘different’ if civilians were armed
Ben Schreckinger / Politico:
GOP candidates link Paris attacks to immigration
ABC News:
‘This Week’ Transcript: Ben Rhodes and Marco Rubio
Discussion: Guardian, Infowars and Politico
Jennifer Epstein / Bloomberg Business:
Bill Clinton Defends Hillary's Wall Street Ties  —  The former president said that attacks from Hillary Clinton's Democratic rivals were “a stretch.”  —  jeneps  —  Former President Bill Clinton insisted Sunday that his wife doesn't deserve to be attacked by her fellow Democratic candidates …
‘JACKASS’ STAR DEAD  —  Vincent Margera — the uncle of Bam Margera who appeared in “Jackass” — has died ... TMZ has learned.  —  Vincent became famous for pranks he pulled off with Bam on the TV show and later the “Jackass” movies as well as “Viva La Bam”.
Discussion: KFOR-TV and
Rich Kane / Salt Lake Tribune:
Hundreds rally against new Mormon policy; many file forms to quit the faith (with video)  —  Protest » Turnout larger than expected, overwhelms organizers.  —  More than 1,000 inactive and active Mormons — along with their backers — rallied in City Creek Park on Saturday to protest …
Dave Boyer / Washington Times:
Obama arrives late for ‘moment of silence’ for Paris attacks  —  President Obama walked in late Sunday on a moment of silence being held by world leaders in Turkey to honor the victims of Friday's terrorist attacks in Paris.  —  Reporters traveling with the president said Mr. Obama …
Discussion: protein wisdom and Instapundit
Brian Stelter / CNNMoney:
CBS Democratic debate: 8.5 million viewers  —  The second Democratic primary debate of the year averaged 8.5 million viewers on Saturday night, far fewer than the audience of the first debate, according to preliminary Nielsen ratings.  —  The debate was the most-watched show of the night …
Paul Egan / Detroit Free Press:
Snyder suspends efforts to settle Syrian refugees  —  LANSING — Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder says he is suspending efforts to bring Syrian refugees to Michigan in light of the deadly terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday.  —  “Given the terrible situation in Paris, I've directed that we put …
Tarini Parti / BuzzFeed:
A Federal Agency Inadvertently Just Gave Super PACs More Power  —  WASHINGTON — The blurred lines of coordination between campaigns and super PACs have dominated the election cycle.  —  How involved, for instance, can future candidates be in raising and spending money for their super PACs?
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How to change your Facebook profile picture to colors of French flag to show solidarity with victims
Bethania Palma Markus / Raw Story:
Ted Cruz exploits Paris attack to talk about Christian persecution while honoring anti-gay bigots
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When Minorities Demand Equal Respect
Ross Douthat / New York Times:
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Discussion: The Academe Blog
Nick Gass / Politico:
CBS ends Democratic debate with seven minutes to spare
Discussion: Althouse and Political Wire