<p><em>Charlie Hebdo</em>'s publisher, known only as Charb, talked to journalists today (Nov. 2, 2011) in front of his publication's burned-out offices. </p>
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The Paris offices of a French newsweekly that in its latest issue "invited" the Prophet Muhammad to be a guest editor and satirically wrote of what a "soft version" of Sharia law might be like, were burned early today.
<p>Republican presidential contender Herman Cain on Monday (Oct. 31, 2011) in Washington, D.C. </p>
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The lawyer for one of two women who in the late 1990s accused Republican presidential contender Herman Cain of sexual harassment wants her side of the story to come out because she believes Cain has not been telling the truth about what happened, a lawyer who represents her said Tuesday on CNN's Anderson Cooper 360.
<p>WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange as he arrived at London's High Court this morning (Nov. 2, 2011).</p>
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British judges ruled this morning that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange can be extradited from the U.K. to Sweden, where authorities want to question him about allegations from two women that he sexually assaulted them in August 2010.
Police are on the hunt for the bandits who robbed a Union Pacific Railroad car after it made an emergency stop in Victorville, Calif. They made off with 20 boxes. Police told the Victorville Daily Press that the robbers couldn't have known what was in the car; they made off with $200 worth of pigs feet.