What We're Following This Afternoon

Fallout from Cologne attacks: The city’s police chief has been dismissed following outrage over his department’s handling of the sexual assaults of women on New Year’s Eve reportedly by as many as 1,000 Arab or North African men. Officials said the move was an attempt to “restore trust” in the department.

A stronger economy—with caveats: As Bourree writes about this morning’s stellar jobs report: “With unemployment down and the number of jobs up, there’s a lot to cheer. But in 2016 economists will be looking for improvements in the labor-participation rate and a rise in wages.”

More dating options: OkCupid is adding a feature for the polyamorous. As Olga notes: “The new setting, which became available for some beta users in December, allows users who are listed as ‘seeing someone,’ ‘married,’ or ‘in an open relationship’ on the platform to link their profiles and search for other people to join their relationship.” The feature will be rolled out to all users Friday.

Our headlines from the morning are here.