After its first post-attack issue sold out, Charlie Hebdo ordered the printing of 2 million more copies, for a total of 5 million. The satirical publication has a normal circulation of 60,000.
- Al Qaeda may be feeling inadequate in the shadow of ISIS's body count.
- Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) hopes to inject a little fire into the debate as he renews his insurgent role in establishment-dominated Republican politics.
- The House of Representatives voted to overturn President Obama's executive actions on immigration—a move more likely to survive scrutiny from the GOP base than the president's veto pen.
- The race is on among California Democrats to succeed Sen. Barbara Boxer. Cage match, please.
- Britain's government sees last week terrorist attacks in France as an opportunity to push expanded electronic surveillance powers.
- Authorities hope to recover the bodies of passengers and crew killed in the crash of an AirAsia jet now that the submerged fuselage has been found in the waters off Indonesia.
- A former bartender at House Speaker John Boehner's country club was arrested after threatening to kill the prominent politician.
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