A.M. Links: Charlie Hebdo May Print 3 Million Copies of New Issue, Paul Ryan Will Not Seek Presidency, Ohio State Wins College Football National Championship
One person died and 84 others were hospitalized Monday when a Metro station in downtown Washington, D.C. filled with smoke, trapping dozens of passengers inside a train. The cause of the smoke remains unknown.
- The satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo will publish its next issue tomorrow with an initial print run of 1 million copies. An additional 2 million copies may hit newsstands by the end of the week.
- Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wisc.) says he will not seek the GOP presidential nomination in 2016. "I feel like I am in a position to make a big difference where I am and I want to do that," he told NBC.
- A mistrial has been declared by the judge in the murder trial of Richard Combs, the white former South Carolina police chief who shot and killed an unarmed black man.
- Divers have retrieved a second black box from downed AirAsia Flight 8501 in the Java Sea.
- Ohio State beat Oregon last night to win college football's national championship.