“At least 12 people were killed in Wednesday’s attack on a satirical magazine, Charlie Hebdo, in Paris,” cnn.com reports. “The gunmen ‘will be chased as long as necessary, so that they can be stopped and be brought before judges,’ French President Francois Hollande said. Earlier, the President said, ‘This is a terrorist attack, there is no doubt about this.'” The magazine had run cartoons spoofing Muhammad and ISIS leadership. [Example after the jump.] Meanwhile, the three attackers remain at large. No word on whether or not any of the writers were armed at the time of the attack. What are the odds? . . .