Normally, this weekly news roundup focuses on stories we haven't written about, but that you might want to comment on (thus, my clever title!). This weekend, Amber wrote briefly about some of these topics, so not all of them fall into the "we didn't write about" category. Maybe a better, albeit longer (albeit equally clever!), headline could have been, "Here are X stories from this week that we think are important and worth talking about. Do you agree?"
A French TGV high-speed train has derailed, killing five people. [BBC]
A manhunt is underway for Abdeslam Salah, 26, who French authorities believe was responsible, in part, for the Paris attacks. [NYT]
Hillary Clinton stumbled in Saturday's Democratic debate. [Salon]
The White House has announced that ISIS lacks the capability to attack the U.S., despite its ambition to do so. [CNN]
ISIS has claimed responsibility for the Paris attacks. [Gawker]
Marco Rubio has things to say about Syrian refugees in the aftermath of attacks on Paris. [Buzzfeed]
So does Jeb Bush. [Buzzfeed]
Say whatever you're thinking or feeling about these topics or others that we missed listing here. Stay sane, stay safe, and stay you-fill-in this – blank – if –you- like.