In Paris, two young men in their early 20s, co-workers and best friends, talk about their anger about the attacks, how scared people are, and how their own backgrounds — black and white, Christian and Muslim — represent the wounded face of France.
More than half a dozen governors have come out against Syrian refugees being resettled in their states. The backlash follows terrorist attacks in Paris and heightened security concerns in the U.S. At least one of the identified terrorists had ties to Syria.
The Paris attacks increase pressure on German Chancellor Angela Merkel to tighten German refugee policy. There's evidence suggesting one suspect entered Europe with the migrants coming ashore in Greece.
France's president said the attacks in Paris were planned in Syria, organized in Belgium and carried out in France. Authorities are carrying out a wide-reaching investigation to figure out who was responsible, how they brought it about and whether similar plots are still in the works.