Paris reeling today as overnight raids turned the Saint Denis neighborhood into a war zone. A seven-hour gun battle has just wrapped up with two terrorists dead including a female bomber who blew herself up. Seven other suspected terrorists arrested. Five French police officers were injured. A police dog was also killed. The apartment where the raids took place reportedly also booby-trapped. The raids apparently targeting the mastermind of the terror attack – Abdelhamid Abaaoud. We’ve got Fox team coverage.

France has now identified all 129 murdered people killed during the terror attacks Friday night.  More than 350 others were injured.

France considering today extending a state of emergency.   French President Francois Hollande addressed his parliament today and reiterated that France is at war with ISIS.

Terror fears spreading across Europe as Germany and Belgium attempt to stop possible terror attacks with raids.

AP is reporting the Copenhagen Airport is being evacuated due to a suspicious package.

Turkey arrested 8 suspected terrorists trying to head to Germany.

Germany was forced to cancel several sports events after reports of likely terror plots.

Public opinion appears to be turning against allowing more refugees from North Africa and Syria in Europe.

President Obama sticking by his plans to allow more Syrian refugees into the U.S. Plans are to increase the number of refugees steadily over the next two years. The U.S. expected to accept 85,000 people in 2016 and 100,000 in 2017. The President is being slammed by many and is facing a revolt over his plans from his own party.

President Obama and Russian President Putin appear to be moving towards more military cooperation in the fight against ISIS in Iraq and Syria as air strikes continue there.

There’s a Senate Foreign Relations hearing and a joint House Foreign Affairs and House Homeland Security hearing we’ll be monitoring today focused on terrorism.

Carly Fiorina and Jeb Bush have events before our during our hours today. We’ll be monitoring.

Two Air France jumbo jets were forced to make emergency landings after bomb threats.

Colorado got more than a foot of snow as storms in the Plains caused power outages and severe thunderstorms. More severe weather expected today.