Journalists near the newspaper's offices escaped onto the roof, from where they heard the gunfire
American officials say they have known of the Paris attack suspects' terror ties for years. Bob Orr reports from Washington on the state of the standoff and the known history of suspect Said Kouachi.
There's new information from witnesses of Wednesday's attack on French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo. President François Hollande acknowledged that France is in shock from the massacre. Elizabeth Palmer reports from Paris to tell us more about how neighboring witnesses escaped to their safety.
Police believe they have the two suspects in the Paris massacre surrounded. Said and Cherif Kouachi have been cornered in an industrial park near Charles de Gaulle Airport. Clarissa Ward reports from Dammartin-en-Goële.
State Department urges kingdom to cancel plans for man to receive 1,000 lashes, long jail term for insulting Islam
Two men suspected of launching the attack on satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo apparently have taken a hostage northeast of Paris. Hundreds of police are on the scene. Alphonso Van Marsh reports.
French police said to have surrounded suspects in attack on Paris newspaper in northeast of capital
CBS News Homeland Security Correspondent Bob Orr talks with CBS News Senior National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about how falling oil prices will affect America's relationship with friends and foes abroad.
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Multiple reports of hostage situation in town northeast of French capital as hunt for brothers wanted in newspaper massacre enters 3rd day
Divers sent to check source of underwater "pings" that might be from the devices, which could be key to learning cause of crash that killed 162 people
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Alberto Fujimori had been accused of funneling millions of dollars in public funds to newspapers that attacked his political opponents
The Paris massacre suspects, Cherif and Said Kouachi, were on the U.S. no-fly and terror watch lists, and were well known to French counter-terrorism officials before Wednesday's attack, sources tell CBS News. Bob Orr reports.
France is on its highest terror alert with more than 80,000 security forces deployed across the country to find the missing gunmen. Officers blocked roads and searched houses in the Picardy region, north of Paris, after reports the the gunmen robbed a gas station. Clarissa Ward reports.
U.S. sources tell CBS News that Said Kouachi spent several months in Yemen training with the terror group known as AQAP
Massive manhunt continues for Algerian brothers tied to Paris massacre
A day after a terrorist attack on the newspaper, the shocked city united in its support of it
At 8pm, the Eiffel Tower's lights were turned off to honor the fallen victims of Wednesday's attack on Charlie Hebdo magazine.
Andrew Parker notes "ongoing and increasing" threats from extremists in Syria, but says UK has thwarted 3 plots in recent months alone