Schools and the subway system remained closed Tuesday as Brussels, Belgium remained under tight security while authorities tried to find the key suspect in the November 13 Paris attacks.
Belgium's Prime Minister Charles Michel said Monday that because serious threats still exist the capital will be on the highest state of alert until at least next week. But he said the country wants to return to normal and that on Wednesday kids would go back to school and the trains in Brussels wil...
15:02 Anti-terror probe opened after driver rams car into police vehicle in Paris's Champs-Elysees shopping district, suspect arrested18
03:22 Latest: Officials: Suspect a dual citizen of Canada, Tunisia18
16:18 The Latest: Police around city hall after airport attack23
18:25 Paris Police Targeted Again in Suspected Terror Attack27