5 things to know for Tuesday, January 17, 2017: Trump, Turkey nightclub suspect, MH370

US President-elect Donald Trump shakes hands with Martin Luther King III after meeting at Trump Tower in New York City on January 16, 2017.

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(CNN)Greetings from Atlanta's 5th District, which, if the President-elect is to be believed, is "in horrible shape and falling apart." (It's not.) Doug's out sick today, so we'll do our best to get you Up to Speed and Out the Door.

1. Politics

We've been off for the long weekend, so let's do a lightning round to get you caught up:
    • Donald Trump now says he wants "insurance for everybody" when Obamacare is replaced, which caused nearly every pundit scrambling to figure out what he means exactly. Will everyone get health care? Or will everyone get access to health care? Trump didn't reveal details, saying he's going to wait for his health secretary nominee, Tom Price, to be confirmed. About that ...
    • Some in the alt-right are starting to wonder if Trump is really their guy. They've become increasingly critical of his Cabinet picks. "I am getting worried ... that he'll get caught on little things like making fun of people on Twitter," says one.
    • There's a new CNN/ORC poll out at 6 a.m. and Trump won't be happy with it. A majority of Americans say his statements and actions since Election Day have left them less confident in his ability to handle the presidency (53%), and they're split evenly on whether he'll be a good president (48% on each side). We sense a tweet storm!

    2. Turkey nightclub attack

    Turkish officials say a man from Uzbekistan has confessed to carrying out the deadly New Year's attack at the Reina nightclub. They say Abdulgadir Masharipov was educated in Afghanistan and was influenced by ISIS. The nightclub attack killed 39 people and injured dozens more. The manhunt for the attacker had been priority No. 1 for Turkey.

    3. MH 370

    They've searched for nearly three years -- using cutting edge technology, scouring tens of thousands of square miles and spending millions. And yet, Malaysia Air Flight 370, which vanished over the Indian Ocean with 239 people on board, remains missing. So, China, Australia and Malaysia say they're suspending the search -- a decision that's gut-punched victims' families. "Commercial planes cannot just be allowed to disappear without a trace," the families said in a statement.

    4. Northern Ireland

    Northern Ireland's had a power-sharing agreement. It was fragile but it ensured peace for nearly 20 years. Well, that's broken down now. Trouble had been brewing for a while but it came to a head last week when nationalist Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness resigned. He says he can't work with the unionists. His party, Sinn Fein, refused to nominate a replacement and under the terms of the 1998 Good Friday Agreement, there can't be a power-sharing government unless both sides are represented.

    5. Superbugs

    In today's Oh Great, Here's Something Else to Worry About news, there's a family of superbugs that's not just resistant to antibiotics but they may be spreading person-to-person without symptoms. They're known as CRE. They tend to spread in hospitals and long-term care facilities and they cause more than 9,000 infections and 600 deaths each year. And they are on the rise.


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