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.
At least 12 people were killed during a shooting at the headquarters of the satirical Charlie Hebdo weekly in Paris, police say.
Driven by higher tuition fees and tighter state funds, America's public colleges now get more money from their students than from all state sources.
The price for a barrel of U.S. oil benchmark West Texas Intermediate fell below $50 Monday, matching levels seen in the spring of 2009. The drop is linked to both OPEC's boosted production and a stronger dollar.
Four more bodies and a fifth large piece of debris have been recovered from the Java Sea near the crash site of AirAsia Flight QZ8501, which went down a week ago with 162 people aboard.