Quickly catch up on the day's news

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

-- America honored two legends. Family, lifelong friends and even a President made sure Aretha Franklin's funeral was fit for a queen. Washington honored the late Senator John McCain as his body lay in state in the US Capitol.
-- Vanessa Marquez, best known for her work on three seasons of "ER," was shot by police performing a welfare check, the sheriff's department says.
-- A DOJ lawyer with ties to the Trump-Russia dossier says he was told in 2016 that Russian intelligence thought they had Trump "over a barrel," a source says.
    -- A DC lobbyist made a plea deal related to work done for Russian and Ukrainian clients. The case was referred by special counsel Robert Mueller.
    -- In other Mueller news, two prosecutors are leaving his office.
    -- The death toll rises to at least eight people killed in a head-on crash between a tractor-trailer and a packed Greyhound bus in northwestern New Mexico, officials say.
    -- The Trump administration plans to cut all funding to the UN's Palestinian refugee agency, sources say. The United States has long been its largest single donor.
    -- Two more men have been accused of sexually abusing women on airplanes. The cases come at a time when the number of sexual assaults reported on planes has increased.
    -- A dolphin is still stuck in a closed aquarium that's been closed for months. Animal rights groups are outraged.
      -- The Village Voice, the country's first alternative newsweekly, is closing after 60 years.