Quickly catch up on the day's news

(CNN)Here's what you might have missed Friday on CNN:

-- President Trump signed a $1.3 trillion spending bill today despite earlier threats to veto it. Trump says there was a lot in the bill he didn't like and that he "will never sign another bill like this again."
-- Police stormed a supermarket in southern France in response to a hostage situation, leaving two dead. French President Emmanuel Macron described the incident as a "terror attack."
-- In yet another White House shake-up, national security adviser H.R. McMaster resigned. President Trump tweeted he will be replaced by John Bolton, the former US ambassador to the United Nations and a Fox News analyst.
    -- It's a tragic day on the beaches of of Australia after more than 140 whales died in a mass stranding.
    -- The Trump administration alleges Iranian government-backed hackers broke into the email accounts of roughly 8,000 professors at US and foreign universities, stealing massive amounts of data and intellectual property.
    -- Craigslist is closing its personals section that allowed for users to pursue encounters with strangers. The move comes days after the Senate approved bipartisan legislation to help victims of sex trafficking.
    -- Boko Haram released 110 kidnapped Nigerian girls, but kept one who refused to denounce her Christian faith. President Muhammadu Buhari has vowed the 15-year-old schoolgirl "will not be abandoned."
    -- The 16-year-old girl who was shot by a fellow student at Great Mills High School in Maryland died after being taken off life support, according to her family.
    -- The Austin bomber showed no remorse in his 25-minute confession video, a state lawmaker said. The 23-year-old planted several explosives in the Texas capital, killing two people before killing himself.
    -- This mound of trash in the Pacific Ocean is now three times the size of France, a new study shows.
    -- The FBI is investigating a cyberattack on the city of Atlanta. Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms urged anyone with personal information in city information systems to check their financial records.