From The Times Of Israel, for the first time ever, Iranian warships sail for the Atlantic. (Can't help but think that if those Greeks at Thermopylae, etc., had been less successful, this might have happened a very long time ago.)
From Breitbart TV, the short track speedskater who flipped off his victorious opponent has been disqualified.
From Breitbart's Big Government, recently re-elected and scandal-ridden Governor Chris Christie (R-NJ) will "tout bipartisanship" in his upcoming inaugural address.
From Twitchy, a shooting has been reported on the campus of Purdue University. A shelter-in-place action has been instated. UPDATE: from The Blaze, one person is in custody.
From Life News, an Indiana abortionist who is charged with failing to report a statutory rape faces a hearing tomorrow.
From Fox News, a ballot initiative has been proposed in Colorado that would require people who want to get married to attend "pre-marriage education classes".
From Illinois Watchdog, a woman has taken her fight against forced unionization to the Supreme Court.
From Yahoo News, according to his Russian lawyer, fugitive leaker Edward Snowden still fears for his life.
From Mediaite, Senator Tim Scott (R-SC) responds to being called a "ventriloquist dummy".
From CBS Detroit, a county official is in hot water over comments made about Detroit.
From Bloomberg, Bill Gates predicts that by 2035, there will be very few poor countries left in the world.
And from Power Line, five things you might not know about the Citizens United decision.