(CNN)Here's what you might have missed Friday on CNN:
-- President Donald Trump says he's reached a temporary deal to reopen the federal government after a month-long shutdown. The path included signing a stopgap funding measure that would fund the government through February 15.
-- Roger Stone has been indicted by a grand jury on charges brought by special counsel Robert Mueller, who alleges that the longtime Trump associate sought stolen emails from WikiLeaks that could damage Trump's opponents while in coordination with senior Trump campaign officials.
-- It took three harrowing days for a search team to find Casey Hathaway alive. A tip led the search team to a spot where they were able to hear the 3-year-old calling out for his mother, officials said.
-- The federal government shutdown was blamed for flight delays at major airports in New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Orlando and Atlanta, due to staffing shortages at critical air traffic control centers.
-- Macedonia will change its name. Here's why it matters.
-- A book owned by Adolf Hitler, which is believed to detail the blueprint for a North American Holocaust, has been acquired by Canada's national archive.
-- Last year, he helped 73,000 kids of color to see "Black Panther." But raising funds to get girls to "Captain Marvel" is posing a challenge.
-- Picture the scene: rows of identical, palatial turreted buildings, surrounded by rolling hills and woodland. No, this isn't the beginning to the latest Disney movie. It's a $200 million housing development in northwestern Turkey.