· Former Charlie Hebdo writer Caroline Fourest speaks out; Frank Sesno joins the conversation about showing controversial Mohammed cartoons
· The Intercept's Jeremy Scahill talks about using terrorists as anonymous sources and about what he calls a "circus of hypocrisy" among foreign leaders who claim to support a free press
· Cartoonist Eli Valley and comedian Maz Jobrani discuss what happens when satire turns deadly serious
· Elliott Abrams and Ahmed Shihab-Eldin on media portrayals of Jews and Muslims – and Fox's four apologies
· Is there more to "Selma" being snubbed at the Oscars? Actor and activist Gbenga Akinnagbe says yes
· Brian Stelter tours the memorial at Charlie Hebdo's office in Paris
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