At the Paris climate talks, most everybody is searching for a silver bullet — a technological fix to produce enough clean energy to allow us to continue to grow. Some argue we already have part of the solution: more nuclear energy.
In Paris, reporter Adeline Sire is happy to have found the trappings of Thanksgiving in a foreign country. But she's also happy to just see people out on the streets in the wake of the attacks two weeks ago.
Sam Fromartz went to Paris to learn how to make that most fickle of breads, the baguette. And it's that loaf, he says, that will help the French as they deal with the aftermath of the recent terrorist attacks.
The emergency response to the terrorist attacks in Paris was credited with saving lives, but it was a different approach than the response Boston saw to the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. Emergency responders say comparing the two emergency models can help us prepare for possible future attacks.
Photojournalist Shane Thomas McMillan was in his friend's apartment in Paris last Friday, right across the street from the Bataclan concert hall, where gunmen killed 89 people and injured about 200 others. A week later, he looks back at that experience.