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Catherine Thompson is a senior editor for Talking Points Memo in New York City. She came to the site in 2013 and reported on national affairs. Previously, she worked as a research assistant to investigative reporter Wayne Barrett. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Virginia state Del. Joe Morrissey had a rough end to 2014: he was sentenced to six months in jail in December on a misdemeanor conviction related to a sexual relationship he allegedly had with his underage former receptionist.
The cartoonist who drew the cover of the first issue of Charlie Hebdo published since 12 people were gunned down by terrorists in its Paris offices said Tuesday that he both "laughed" and "cried" through the emotional experience.
A billboard displaying a message tied to a segregationist "mantra" popular with white supremacists has cropped up outside of Birmingham, Alabama, a city that has seen several racially charged, separatist signs posted in recent years.
The first edition of satirical French newspaper Charlie Hebdo to be published since its offices were attacked by terrorists Wednesday will feature its cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad, according to its attorney.