Jay Leno tells Bill Maher: Mizzou protesters were right — school president was ‘clueless’

Jay Leno tells Bill Maher: Mizzou protesters were right — school president was ‘clueless’

Arturo Garcia Real Time host Bill Maher battled panelists Jay Leno, Michael Steele and Dylan Ratigan on Friday when he complained about the recent anti-racism protests at Yale University and the University of Missouri. Maher recounted the discussion at Yale that was touched off by a university email advising students not to use Halloween costumes

There’s another new awesome Star Wars preview

There’s another new awesome Star Wars preview

Newsweek

We’ve seen two teasers. We’ve seen a full-length trailer. We’ve seen an international trailer. We’ve seen a 45-second TV spot. And now, at long last, we have been given a 60-second TV spot for Star Wars: The Force Awakens. We have been assured that a feature-length version of the film will indeed be released in theaters…

France bans public demos in Paris until Thursday

France bans public demos in Paris until Thursday

Agence France-Presse Public demonstrations will be banned in Paris and the surrounding area until Thursday following a series of deadly attacks, police said on Saturday. City authorities cannot “provide security for specific marches or gatherings” in the wake of Friday’s attacks that killed at least 128 people and wounded more than 250, many of them

Witnesses tell of ‘bloodbath’ at Paris rock concert

Witnesses tell of ‘bloodbath’ at Paris rock concert

Agence France-Presse Terrified survivors from the Paris concert hall targeted during Friday’s attacks have described running over bodies and hiding after gunmen stormed the venue and began executing rock fans with barrages of automatic gunfire. Pierre Janaszak, a radio presenter, was sitting in the balcony at the Bataclan concert hall with his sister and friends

German officials investigating arrested man over Paris attacks

German officials investigating arrested man over Paris attacks

International Business Times

German police officials are investigating if a man, arrested with firearms in the southern region of Bavaria last week, is linked to Friday’s Paris attacks that killed 127 people. The six attacks, including one in Bataclan concert hall that killed 80 people, led to the French borders being closed and other countries beefing up their security…

‘I thought this was the end’: Witness recounts scene at Paris Cambodian noodle shop Le Petit Cambodge

‘I thought this was the end’: Witness recounts scene at Paris Cambodian noodle shop Le Petit Cambodge

International Business Times

The first sign that a seemingly ordinary November night in Paris was about to descend into tragedy emerged around 9 o’clock local time, with word that a shootout was unfolding at a crowded Cambodian noodle shop in the 10th Arrondissement, a trendy neighborhood popular with young people and tourists. The Friday evening was packed with the…

ISIS supporter tweets: ‘We will humiliate you, oh pigs of France’

ISIS supporter tweets: ‘We will humiliate you, oh pigs of France’

International Business Times

‘We Will Humiliate You, Oh Pigs Of France’

BEIRUT— As France reeled from the terrorist attacks in Paris on Friday night, and as people around the globe took to social media to express their horror and dismay, one slice of social media in the Arab world celebrated the carnage as an historic triumph. “Remember the 14th of November Paris,” one ISIS supporter declared on…

World leaders rally around France after attacks

World leaders rally around France after attacks

Al Jazeera

The US president and other world leaders have condemned a series of coordinated attacks in the French capital Paris that has left more than a hundred people dead. In a statement late on Friday evening, Obama said the attacks were an “outrageous attempt to terrorise civilians” and that his country was ready to provide France with…