The latest issue of the satirical French magazine Charlie Hebdo has finally arrived in the United States. And it took just one hour to sell out Tuesday at a Manhattan bookstore. The French-language bookstore Albertine on Fifth Avenue got 100 copies. Customers paid $6 for the first issue printed since the Jan. 7 terrorist attack on the magazine’s staff in Paris. The two gunmen said they were avenging the prophet Muhammad – a frequent subject of ridicule in the magazine’s cartoons. The latest issue also defiantly displays Muhammad.