Charlie Hebdo massacre in France, Pope picks Cardinals and Global Notes’ Best of 2014

Charlie Hebdo massacre in France, Pope picks Cardinals and Global Notes’ Best of 2014
Charlie Hebdo massacre in France, Pope picks Cardinals and Global Notes’ Best of 2014

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. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)