Quickly catch up on the day's news

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

-- President Donald Trump repeats his threat to close down the southern US border, but this time he said he would act next week if Mexico doesn't step up.
-- UK lawmakers reject Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit deal for a third time, likely killing it off for good and plunging the country further into political uncertainty.
-- Prosecutor Kim Foxx and her office "fundamentally misled the public on the law and circumstances surrounding the dismissal" of charges against actor Jussie Smollett, the Illinois Prosecutors Bar Association says.
    -- Linda McMahon, one of the highest-ranking women in government, is planning to leave her post as administrator of the Small Business Administration, a source tells CNN.
    -- When Demetrius Anderson was released from a Connecticut prison 13 years ago, he believed he was a free man. Then the feds showed up at his door saying he still owed more time.
    -- Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is investigating whether the city of San Antonio violated Chick-fil-A's religious liberty when it banned the fast-food chain from its airport.
    -- George Clooney calls for a boycott of nine hotels because of their links to Brunei, where homosexual acts will be punishable by death as of next week.
    -- A tourist who was taking photos reportedly slipped and fell to his death at the Grand Canyon, marking its second fatality this week.
      -- Both members of UK indie band Her's have been killed in a head-on crash in Arizona, the duo's record label says.
      -- Welcome to Wall Street: Lyft, America's second-biggest ride-hailing service, has gone public.