The draft text of the climate treaty is ludicrously complicated
And yet, every word in its 54 pages matters.
This UN climate change conference could be different
Already world leaders are saying things they haven't said before. Next, they'll have to do things.
Global warming: What happens if we do nothing?
If mankind fails to curtail climate change, we will have to deal with fallout ranging from massive refugee crises and submerged cities to scorching heatwaves and drought.
Planned Parenthood shooter declared 'no more baby parts'
The picture emerging of suspect Robert Lewis Dear is a spotty one.
The coalition fighting the Islamic State is getting bigger
Welcome to the party, Germany.
The Paris climate talks and the future of planet Earth
Are world leaders ready to get serious about climate change?
Paris attack ringleader returned to scene of crime: prosecutor
US-FRANCE-SHOOTING-RINGLEADER:Paris attack ringleader returned to scene of crime: prosecutor
France may join US in perpetual 'state of emergency'
Lawmakers have extended for 3 months a set of laws that give French authorities extraordinary powers.
Paris attacks: The latest developments
The Paris attacks that killed 130 people have sparked sweeping searches, a maximum-level alert in Brussels and an intensified military operation against the Islamic State.
Russia gives France puppy to replace police dog killed by jihadists
Russia has offered to send an Alsatian puppy to France in a gesture of solidarity after a police dog was killed during a raid on jihadists linked to the Paris attacks.
Here's what we know so far about the Paris attackers
The investigation is ongoing. Here are the facts we have now.
Despite all the war against it, terrorism is becoming more common
Since 2000, the number of terror attacks worldwide have increased dramatically.
Paris police may have just found their man
Two people were killed and 7 arrested during an early morning raid on an apartment north of Paris.
The French government's response to the Paris attacks sticks to a familiar script
The French president flexed his military might. Now he wants to expand his government's power.
How France's state of emergency works
France's state of emergency, imposed across the country after the terrorist attacks which killed at least 129 late Friday, is based on a 1955 law which has been rarely used.
France strikes back
In mostly symbolic attacks, France strikes the Syrian city of Raqqa dozens of times.
After the Paris attacks, all the talk is of more war
More than 14 years later, the 'War on Terror' marches on. Perhaps there's another solution?
Pressure builds for big military response to the Islamic State
A French carrier is on its way to the Middle East. And the White House is weighing options for a larger military campaign.
Shock turns to anger in Paris as death toll rises
'This is war,' one resident told GlobalPost.
French president blames the Islamic State for Paris attacks
Diplomats in Vienna are now shifting their focus from finding a political solution to the Syrian conflict to discussing military options.
Paris attack sites: from national stadium to party district
The string of coordinated attacks in and around Paris late Friday left nearly 130 people dead and hundreds more injured, in the worst such violence in France's history.
More than 100 dead after shootings, explosions in Paris; hostage crisis is over
Many people were killed after multiple attacks in the French capital on Friday. President Francois Hollande has declared a state of emergency.
Paris shootings, explosion leave at least 18 dead
At least 18 people were killed in a series of gun attacks across Paris on Friday, as well as explosions outside the national stadium where France was hosting Germany.
Ever had your air travel plans described as 'fluid'? It's not good news
Thousands of British tourists are stranded today — not to mention exhausted and ornery — after most of easyJet's "rescue" flights out of Sharm al-Sheikh were canceled.
With air strikes, France says IS more important than Assad
It used to be that France said it wouldn't do anything, however indirect, to help Assad. But that was then.
France launches air strikes against Islamic State in Syria
French President Hollande said that for the moment Paris would make its decisions to strike in Syria independently, albeit in coordination with Washington.
French court upholds poisoning ruling against Monsanto
The US biotech giant Monsanto was found guilty of poisoning a farmer who says he suffered neurological damage after inhaling a weedkiller produced by the company.
'Queen's vagina' sculpture at Versailles vandalized again
A controversial sculpture by artist Anish Kapoor on display at France's Palace of Versailles was vandalized Sunday for the second time.
Don't ever 'stand by', US 'heroes' plead after train attack
Three American friends who overpowered a heavily-armed gunman in a train poured cold water Sunday on his claim that he had no intention of waging a bloody attack.
French train gunman 'dumbfounded' by terrorist tag
US-FRANCE-TRAIN-SHOTS-LAWYER:French train gunman 'dumbfounded' by terrorist tag
2 American 'heroes' took down the gunman on a train in France
Several media outlets are reporting that the American passengers were military personnel.