Quickly catch up on the day's news

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

-- British Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged to step down once Brexit has been delivered, a Conservative Party lawmaker told CNN. Members of Parliament are taking part in eight nonbinding votes on the type of Brexit they want.
-- The grand jury's criminal investigation started by special counsel investigators is "continuing robustly," a federal prosecutor has said, even though Robert Mueller filed his report on Russian interference in the 2016 election last week with the Justice Department.
-- Almost 40,000 children will be taken into federal custody this month, according to Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan.
    -- The prosecutor who dropped Jussie Smollett's charges says he still believes the actor lied to the police about the racist and homophobic attack he allegedly staged.
    -- In a forthcoming book, former first lady Barbara Bush revealed to writer Susan Page that she no longer considered herself a Republican after Donald Trump became President, USA Today reported in an excerpt.
    -- Jayme Closs' kidnapper, Jake Patterson, pleaded guilty to intentional homicide and kidnapping charges.
    -- You have Meghan McCain to thank for the latest meme-worthy clapback. "You were at my wedding Denise" is now officially a thing.
    -- New cars sold in Europe beginning in 2022 will have to be fitted with systems to limit how fast they can drive.
    -- Greenland's most critical glacier is suddenly gaining ice, but it might not necessarily be a good thing, scientists say.
      -- Why wait in traffic like everyone else to see California's spectacular super bloom? Officials say a brazen pair made a quick getaway after a reportedly illegal solution.
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