8 Things You Need To Know This AM — Jan 09 2015

Following Wednesday's tragic attack, surviving staff members at Charlie Hebdo have vowed to print a record run of one million copies next week with help from the Digital Press Fund, which is backed by Google.
Neil DeGrasse Tyson is getting another TV show. Star Talk, a show inspired by his podcast of the same name that attempts to bridge the gap between pop culture and science, will air during late night on the National Geographic Channel.
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President Obama has reportedly proposed a plan to make two years of community college free for students.
Longtime California Senator Barbara Boxer announced yesterday that she would not be seeking reelection when her current term ends. Boxer has garnered much praise during her three decades in Washington and one episode of Gilmore Girls.
At the TCAs, Discovery Life announced a six-part docu-series called New Girls on the Block that follows a group of transgender women living in Kansas City, MO. The series premieres on April 2.
In a series of tweets, the Serial team has finally responded to prosecutor Kevin Urick's allegation that he'd never been contacted for an interview until shortly before the end of the podcast's first season.
Boston has officially been selected as the U.S. bid city for the 2024 Summer Olympics.
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Finally, Bachelorette Andi Dorfman and her reality television journey-selected paramour Josh Murray have split just five months after the finale. Love is a lie.
Photo: Courtesy of FOX.
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