From the Express, chemical warfare on a London commuter train.
From The Local FR, a French landmark will get its own wall.
From LifeNews, eight countries will subsidize international abortions.
From CBS Chicago, a murderer gets 50 more years.
From The Daily Caller, the Dear White People trailer isn't doing too well.
From Australia Unwrapped, you can wash your hair without water.
From The Two-Way, Alabama appoints the Senate replacement for Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
From FrontpageMag, some perspective on the Sessions confirmation.
From AhlulBayt News Agency, Muslims in Austria protest against a proposed ban on face veils.
From National Review, the proposed "Calexit" has some parallels with another secession movement.
From Breitbart Jerusalem, one prominent Women's March activist has a checkered past.
From BizPac Review, it took 20 years to deport this illegal alien.
From The Daily Signal, a Republican proposes a carbon tax.
From Business Insider, archaeologists find new caves where the Dead Sea Scrolls may have been hidden.
From the Los Angeles Times, here are all of President Trump's Tweets.
From USA Today, Trump and Senator John McCain (R-AZ) go at each other.
From Reuters, Trump "adds nuance" to his Israel policy.
From Philly(dot)com, the snowstorm didn't quite turn out as forecasted.
From CNN, making babies from skin cells?
And from The Washington Times, a Delaware state SCOTUS judge announces his retirement.