A.M. Links: One-Year Anniversary of Charlie Hebdo Attacks, Knife-Wielding Man Shot Dead at Paris Police Station, Trump Still Pushing Cruz Birtherism
On the one-year anniversary of the Charlie Hebdo attack, a knife-wielding man wearing a fake suicide vest who reportedly shouted "Allahu akbar" has been shot dead by Paris police.
- Donald Trump is still pushing Ted Cruz birtherism.
- "City of Chicago lawyers, after meeting with Mayor Rahm Emanuel, demanded the Laquan McDonald family bury the video showing the killing of their son by a police officer."
- Joe Biden says he regrets not running for president "every day."
- Iran is accusing Saudi Arabia of carrying out an aerial attack against the Iranian embassy in Yemen.
- Is a volcano beneath Yellowstone National Park about to erupt?
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