Quickly catch up on the day's news

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

-- Jeff Sessions is out as attorney general, after President Trump asked him to resign. Sessions' resignation letter has been delivered to White House chief of staff John Kelly.
-- America woke up to a divided country today. Democrats captured the House of Representatives. The GOP solidified its Senate majority. Tuesday's results also brought historic firsts for women and LGBT candidates. And voters considered ballot measures from issues like abortion restrictions and recreational marijuana.
-- In a midday post-election news conference, President Trump offered outward optimism at his party's electoral successes. His cheeriness was later negated by surly, combative exchanges with reporters over the dark tone he adopted in the midterms' closing days.
    -- House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell both held news conferences to address election results. McConnell expressed little appetite for tackling immigration. Pelosi said she was confident she would be elected speaker, despite a number of incumbents and incoming freshmen saying they would oppose her.
    -- Boeing has issued guidance to airlines as investigators continue to probe what happened to Lion Air Flight 610, which crashed into the Java Sea last month, killing all 189 passengers.
    -- The green SUV that authorities were looking for after a 13-year-old was abducted outside her home in North Carolina has been spotted on surveillance video. Authorities believe the stolen vehicle was used in her kidnapping.
    -- A global "meat tax" could save 220,000 lives and cut health care bills by $41 billion each year, according to a new study. But it would also drive up the price of your barbecue.
      -- When Larry Nassar was sent behind bars for abusing young athletes, everyone hoped it would mark the end of USA Gymnastics' big controversies. It didn't. Here's a look at how the post-Nassar recovery has been plagued by problems -- and how some gymnasts are reacting.
      -- The Boy Scouts of America has started welcoming girls into its organization. Now Girl Scouts of the USA is suing.