(CNN)Here's what you might have missed Thursday on CNN:
-- WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been charged with helping Chelsea Manning access Defense Department computers in 2010, the US Justice Department announced.
-- After three decades of rule, Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir has been arrested and forced from power in a military coup.
-- Amazon reportedly employs thousands of workers to listen to audio clips of users talking with Alexa. The good news: You can opt out of the feature.
-- The man charged in arson fires at three historically black churches may have been influenced by "black metal" music, a fire official says.
-- Texas lawmakers are considering a bill that would make abortion procedures potentially punishable by death.
-- Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI breaks his silence on sex abuse in the Catholic Church, blaming the sexual revolution and liberals for the crisis.
-- An Alaska Airlines pilot had to divert a red-eye flight because a belligerent passenger tried -- twice -- to light a cigarette.
-- Thousands gathered at the public memorial service for rapper Nipsey Hussle.
-- Harry and Meghan will keep details surrounding the arrival of their first child private, a break with 40 years of royal tradition.