A California university student who was studying design in France was killed in an attack on a restaurant in Paris, making her the first American confirmed dead in the assault at several sites in the French capital, school officials said on Saturday. Nohemi Gonzalez, 23, was a junior at California State University, Long Beach, just south of Los Angeles, and was studying for a semester at the Strate College of Design in a suburb of Paris, said CSULB spokesman Michael Uhlenkamp. On Friday night, several sites around Paris were targeted in a coordinated assault by gunmen and bombers in what the Paris public prosecutor said killed at least 129 people and wounded more than 350, of whom nearly 100 remain in critical condition.
PLEASANT POINT, Maine (AP) — Eighty-one years after a neglected tribal water supply caused a devastating outbreak of typhoid fever and a century after the state outlawed spearfishing of the salmon that fed their ancestors, Native American tribes who trace their history back millennia say their trust in the government of Maine is at an all-time low.
There is increased security at Lincoln Financial Stadium for the Philadelphia Eagles game this Sunday in response to the terrorist attacks in Paris, one of which happened outside a soccer stadium during France's match against Germany.