At least 12 people were killed when masked gunmen attacked a satirical newspaper in Paris.
- Mexico's president, Enrique Peña Nieto, says his government is preparing to provide Mexicans living illegally in the United States with documentation to prove they have resided there since 2010, and allowing them to request birth certificates without returning to Mexico. President Obama, in turn, asked Nieto to help stem the flow of illegal immigrants across the border.
- The FBI is looking for a balding white male they call a "potential person of interest" after a home-made explosive device was set off near the NAACP headquarters in Colorado Springs. No one was injured.
- Opium growers in Afghanistan set a new record for growing opium in 2014.
- Kurdish fighters killed 41 ISIS militants in the Kurdish-majority city of Kobane in Syria.
- A suicide bomber entered a police station in Istanbul, killing a police officer and herself. A leftist militant group claimed responsibility.
- McDonald's restaurants in Venezuela have run out of French fries because of a shortage of potatoes (among many other things).
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Charges against Kraft were (rightfully) dismissed. The women he patronized now have criminal records.
Which leaves the U.S. without a major party even slightly inclined to leave people alone to manage their own affairs.
The former Trump attorney's election fraud lawsuits feature the same sort of dubious evidence that has failed to impress courts across the country.
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Pelosi and Schumer Agree to Bipartisan $900 Billion Coronavirus Relief Bill as McConnell Pushes for $500 Billion
The top Democrats originally supported a $2.2 trillion measure.