More than 100 people were killed in multiple attacks across Paris on Friday, as gunmen opened fire at a concert venue and explosions went off near a sports stadium. In response to what French President Francois Hollande has called "unprecedented terrorist attacks," France has declared a state of emergency and closed its borders. We'll get the latest on the terror attacks in Paris.
France Closes Borders After Multiple Terror Attacks in Paris
Cecile Alduy, associate professor of French literature, Stanford University; author of "Marine Le Pen's Words: Deciphering the New National Front's Discourse"
William McCants, fellow, The Center for Middle East Policy at Brookings; director of the Project on U.S. Relations with the Islamic World; author of "The Isis Apocalypse"
Michael Nacht, professor of public policy, UC Berkeley; former assistant of defense for Global Strategic Affairs
Geraldine Amiel, Paris bureau chief, Bloomberg