In breaking news, the suspects in the Charlie Hebdo massacre have been killed, and a hostage has been freed.
President Obama has proposed a plan to allow people to go to community college for free; however it would cost $60 billion over the course of 10 years. The question remains over how it will be paid for.
The jury selection begins today in the trial of NFL player Aaron Hernandez, who is accused of murdering Odin Lloyd in 2013.
Surveillance footage shows that the two officers who fatally shot Tamir Rice (a 12-year-old who had a pellet gun) gave the boy no aid as he lay wounded by their patrol car.
The Nebraska Supreme Court ruled that Gov. Dave Heineman can approve the route of the "controversial" Keystone XL pipeline, which now leaves it up to the Obama administration to grant approval as well.
The Department of Justice investigates how many sexual assault and harassment cases at the University of New Mexico actually make it to the DA's office.
According to documents Dr. Christopher Driskill missed a birth because he was having sex with another patient.
Some fourth graders were suspended after conspiring to kill their teacher with hand sanitizer (because she was allergic).