The staff of Charlie Hebdo said the last few days have been hard, but they are "happy" to have put out a magazine under the most intense of situations.
SpaceX has successfully launched another resupply mission to the International Space Station months after a competitor in the private space-launch business suffered a catastrophic lift-off that resulted in the unmanned rocket's destruction.
Dressed in black, world leaders, including French President Francois Hollande, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, Israeli President Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, stood at the front of a unity rally in Paris to show solidarity for the victims of this week's deadly attacks by Islamist extremists.
The U.S. economy added 252,000 jobs in December, capping a 12-month stretch of job growth unmatched since 1999, according to the Labor Department.
There's a cold front across much of the U.S. – with temperatures in places like New Orleans at around 29 degrees and Houston about 34 degrees.
Two days after the deadliest terror attack half a century, parts of the Paris metropolitan area are on lockdown, as two separate standoffs with police unfold.
The magazine, which was the target of a deadly attack Wednesday, will be kept going through financial and editorial backing from some of France's largest media groups.
French authorities are on the hunt today for two brothers: Said and Chérif Kouachi, 34 and 32. Police say that those two men are the main suspects in an attack on a satirical magazine in Paris that left 12 people dead.
The bells of Notre Dame cathedral in Paris tolled, public transsport was halted and many in France stood in the rain today for a minute of silence observed on behalf of the ten journalists and two police officers killed in a deadly attack at the offices of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Republicans used the first vote of the new Congress to change the rules for estimating the economic consequences of major legislation.