Charlie Hebdo massacre in France, Pope picks Cardinals and Global Notes’ Best of 2014
--Gunmen killed staffers at offices of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo. Silvain Gire of Arte Radio talks about the controversial magazine’s history.
--Pope Francis named 20 news members to the College of Cardinals. Several come from developing countries and countries which never had a Cardinal. No Americans were chosen. We talk about the picks with John Thavis, Rome bureau chief for the Catholic News Service.
--Historian John Schmidt tells us about the day Galileo Galilei discovered the moons around Jupiter.
--And on Global Notes, ‘Morning Shift’ and ‘Radio M’ host, Tony Sarabia, looks back at his favorite albums for 2014.
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