Quickly catch up on the day's news

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

-- There's a lot happening with special counsel Robert Mueller today. In separate filings, prosecutors from special counsel Robert Mueller's office and the Southern District of New York outlined their cases for former Trump attorney Michael Cohen's future. We're now learning that the President's former associate Paul Manafort lied about five major issues after his plea, according to Mueller's filing. Former FBI Director James Comey testified before members of Congress behind closed doors. Mueller's team also interviewed John Kelly in the obstruction of justice probe into the President, sources told CNN.
-- A man who rammed his car into a crowd protesting a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, was found guilty of murder.
-- Speaking of Kelly, sources say the White House chief of staff is expected to resign in the coming days.
    -- Trump made his picks for both attorney general and UN ambassador.
    -- The President called former Secretary of State Rex Tillerson "dumb as a rock" and "lazy as hell."
    -- Kevin Hart says he won't host the Oscars after outrage over his homophobic tweets.
    -- The deputy who died in the Thousand Oaks mass shooting was killed by friendly fire.
    -- Cyntoia Brown must serve 51 years before she's eligible for release, Tennessee Supreme Court says.
    -- Most US adults haven't gotten a flu shot for this mild season.
    -- The Eiffel Tower and the Louvre are closing ahead of this weekend's 'gilets jaunes' protests.
      -- Bitcoin's epic plunge continues.
      -- The Grammy nominations are here and even brought Janelle Monáe to tears.