(CNN)Here's what you might have missed Monday on CNN:
-- About 75% of the US will suffer below-freezing temperatures this week. But the deep freeze is only half of the story.
-- The United States and the Taliban agree in principle to framework for a peace deal, US envoy says.
-- CNN's undercover report finds Venezuelans struggling to stay alive as street protests and lines for bread send a troubling message to the embattled government.
-- Advances in artificial intelligence could allow fake video and audio -- known as "deepfakes" -- to be easily created. The Pentagon is preparing for that future.
-- Tom Brokaw tries to put out the fire he started with comments about Hispanics and assimilation.
-- These are the members of Congress who are seeking a deal on border security and Trump's wall now that government has reopened.
-- It didn't take some viewers five hundred twenty-five thousand six hundred minutes to figure out they didn't love Fox's live version of "Rent," which ended up not being live at all.
-- It's still "Wakanda forever." The superhero mega-hit "Black Panther" won for outstanding performance by an ensemble in a motion picture at Sunday night's Screen Actors Guild Awards.