(CNN)Here's what you might have missed Monday on CNN:
-- According to a senior Turkish official, a member of the 15-man team suspected in the death of Jamal Khashoggi dressed up in the journalist's clothes and was caught on surveillance cameras around Istanbul on the day Khashoggi was killed.
-- Rae Carruth, a former NFL star who was found guilty of conspiracy to commit the murder of his girlfriend and attempting to destroy their unborn child almost 20 years ago, was released from prison. Carruth will serve nine months post-release supervision and is required to perform regular check-ins with his parole officer.
-- House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said that she is "pretty comfortable" she will be speaker again if Democrats win the House in November. "It is up to them to make that decision, but I feel pretty comfortable where I am," the California Democrat told CNN's Dana Bash at CITIZEN by CNN.
-- A lioness killed the father of her three cubs at the Indianapolis Zoo. In a statement, Indianapolis Zoo staff said they heard "an unusual amount of roaring" at the lions' outdoor yard in the early morning. Zoo veterinary staff conducted a necropsy on Nyack and found that the 10-year-old male died of suffocation from injuries to the neck.
-- Hasbro will lay off up to 10% of its employees. The toymaker said the job cuts should save the company between $30 million to $40 million a year by 2020. Hasbro's sales fell 12% in the third quarter, a drop the company attributed primarily to the closure of Toys "R" Us.
-- A recent study shows those who frequently eat organic foods lowered their overall risk of developing cancer. Participants who primarily ate organic foods were more likely to ward off non-Hodgkin lymphoma and postmenopausal breast cancer compared to those who rarely or never ate organic foods.
-- Amy Schumer announced in an Instagram post over the weekend that she won't be appearing in any Super Bowl ads come February. "Hitting the nfl with the advertisers is the only way to really hurt them," she said in the post, which generated more than 11,000 comments. "I know opposing the nfl is like opposing the nra. Very tough, but don't you want to be proud of how you're living?"