Paris Attacked, William Forsythe, and Eagles of Death Metal

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We take a personal look at the Paris attacks. Arianne Dollfus, a Parisian resident who lives near a cafe that was attacked on Friday night, recounts her experience.

Then, we broaden the perspective with foreign policy and Middle East experts to look at what we know about the planners and perpetrators, and how these attacks may affect Europe, U.S. foreign policy, and domestic politics.

Next, we talk to world-renowned choreographer William Forsythe about his plans to teach at a new school of dance at USC.

And we finish with a brief conversation about Eagles of Death Metal, the band that was playing at Paris’ Bataclan theater when terrorists attacked and killed as many as 100 concertgoers.