Quickly catch up on the day's news

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

-- The Capital Gazette shooting in Maryland was the deadliest day for US journalism since 9/11. This is what it was like inside the Annapolis newsroom when the gunman opened fire.
-- Against all odds, the Capital Gazette still came out on Friday. But the coming days are likely to be even more difficult for the newspaper staff.
-- President Trump addressed the Maryland shooting, saying it "shocked the conscience of our nation and filled our hearts with grief."
    -- The United Nations migration agency voted down Trump's pick to be its leader. CNN's KFile previously reported on Ken Isaacs' sharing of anti-Muslim tweets.
    -- The United States is on track to admit the fewest number of refugees since the resettlement program began.
    -- An Ivy League activist who fought sexual violence has been accused of sex crimes against children.
    -- The World Cup usually means barbecues, beer and big summer parties, but a massive shortage of carbon dioxide gas could bring some bad news.
    -- Former President Barack Obama has a blunt message for despondent Democrats lamenting Trump's presidency: Enough moping and get to work.
    -- Instagram Stories is now twice as popular as Snapchat. And it's showing no sign of slowing down.
    -- The recent deadly outbreak of E. coli in romaine lettuce is over. But just how did that lettuce become contaminated in the first place? The answer might be in the water.
      -- Drake dropped a new album on Thursday and finally addressed those rumors about him having a son.
      -- LeBron James reportedly plans to decline his Cleveland Cavaliers contract option in order to become an unrestricted free agent.