Charlie Hebdo; Common Core Math; Hookah Crackdown

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People gather next to signs reading ''I am Charlie'' and candles placed on the ground, after observing a minute of silence in the old Harbor in Marseille on January 8, 2015 for the victims.

The health department is investigating nicotine use at hookah bars around the city. City Council member Ydanis Rodriguez discusses related legislation, which would ban the sale of hookah in some places. Plus: cartoonists Jeff Danziger and Steve Bell and The New Yorker's George Packer react to yesterday's attack on the French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo; help with your middle schooler's Common Core math problems; the difference between how 'nonemployed' men vs. 'nonemployed' women spend their days; and a how-to guide to falling in love...for introverts.