(CNN)Here's what you might have missed Thursday on CNN:
-- House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff has hired officials with experience at the National Security Council to help with his panel's oversight of President Donald Trump's administration, according an aide. The move appears to have enraged the President.
-- The Justice Department told the House Judiciary Committee that acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker would not appear at Friday's high-profile oversight hearing unless he receives a written assurance he won't be served with a subpoena.
-- A Senate panel voted on party lines Thursday to advance President Donald Trump's attorney general nominee William Barr, setting up a confirmation vote next week.
-- Bankruptcy court approved the sale of most of Sears' assets to a hedge fund for $5.2 billion. The decision will keep 425 stores open and save the jobs of 45,000 employees.
-- Delta is apologizing after handing out Coca-Cola napkins suggesting passengers give their name and number to their "plane crush."
-- A body found in a suitcase on the side of a road in Connecticut has been identified as Valerie Reyes, 24, who had been reported missing, according to police.
-- Frank Robinson, the feared slugger who became the first black manager in Major League Baseball, died Thursday at 83, according to Major League Baseball.
-- Susan Lucci looks the picture of health at 72. But the legendary soap star says she wasn't as healthy as she believed.