(CNN)Here's what you might have missed Tuesday on CNN:
-- It's a battle of border wall speeches Tuesday night. First, President Donald Trump is set to address the nation to make his case for border wall funding. Then House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer are to deliver a response.
-- The Russian lawyer who was at the 2016 Trump Tower meeting has been charged with obstruction of justice in connection with a separate case.
-- Senior aides in both parties are predicting the government shutdown will last long past this weekend -- making it the longest in history.
-- Meanwhile, Sears is trying to avoid a shutdown. The retailer told a bankruptcy court it has accepted a revised bid from a hedge fund that gives it a chance to avoid closing.
-- The rate of cancer deaths in the United States has declined steadily for 25 years, a new study says. But data revealed one potentially troubling trend.
-- Thousands of Los Angeles teachers are about to go on strike this week. Here's why.
-- A Rochester, New York, meteorologist has been fired after using a racial slur on air when referring to a park named after the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
-- You might want to think twice before tuning in to Lindsay Lohan's new reality show on MTV, CNN's Brian Lowry says.