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Catherine Thompson is a senior editor for Talking Points Memo in New York City. She came to the site in 2013 and reported on national affairs. Previously, she worked as a research assistant to investigative reporter Wayne Barrett. She can be reached at email@example.com.
A billboard displaying a message tied to a segregationist "mantra" popular with white supremacists has cropped up outside of Birmingham, Alabama, a city that has seen several racially charged, separatist signs posted in recent years.
The first edition of satirical French newspaper Charlie Hebdo to be published since its offices were attacked by terrorists Wednesday will feature its cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, according to its attorney.
Amid the chaos of two simultaneous police raids that reportedly ended in the deaths of three hostage-takers in France, the whereabouts of the suspected female accomplice of one gunman in Paris was still a mystery.
The brothers suspected of carrying out a terror attack on satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo and a gunman who stormed a kosher market in Paris were reportedly dead Friday after police simultaneously stormed the sites where the attackers separately took hostages.
Paris police said a gunman who took hostages Friday at a kosher supermarket in eastern Paris was threatening to kill them if security forces stormed a second location where they had cornered suspects in this week's attack on satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo, the Associated Press reported.