Another cold day, another set of stories in the news:
From ABC News, Danish police shot and killed a man believed to be involved in yesterday's two shootings in Copenhagen.
From Nyhederne, Danish police have arrested at least two persons in connection with the shootings, at an internet cafe. (via The Blaze)
From The Telegraph, Denmark's chief rabbi criticizes Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu's call for European Jews to emigrate to Israel.
From BBC News, a parade in Braunschweig, Germany has been called because of a terror alert.
From the Daily Mail, members of a Muslim gang in Britain get 15 years for beating up an American student.
From Truth Revolt, some Ukrainian rebels say that the recently-brokered truce in their conflict does not apply to the town they're holding.
From Fox News, thirteen members of a family in northern India were killed when the partially-constructed building in which they were sleeping collapsed onto them.
From American Thinker, Clarice Feldman presents the Media Questionater and an airlift strategy for dealing with ISIS.
From the Daily Herald, an elementary school and a church help feed and educate children in Ghana.
From the New York Post, how Jon Stewart of The Daily Show "turned lies in to comedy".
From IJReview, columnist George Will responds to President Obama's Buzzfeed video.
From philly.com, cold weather means more suffering for outdoor dogs.
From NBC Chicago, a man accused of attempted robbery is also charged with attempting to murder the policemen who tried to arrest him.
And from MSN, a woman gets medical attention after being stung by a scorpion on a plane.