5 Things to Know for January 11: Jayme Closs, Stop, Cohen, China, Fertility

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1. Jayme Closs

Jayme Closs is alive. the missing teen from Wisconsin was found yesterday in a city about 66 miles north of where she was last seen 87 days ago. Jayme, 13, disappeared in October after her parents were found shot dead at home. A suspect is in custody. We are waiting for more details when the authorities hold a press conference this morning. A woman walking her dog, said Jayme, her hair loose and shoes too big. walked right up to her and asked for help, the Minneapolis Star Tribune reported. The woman said that she recognized Jayme immediately. They rushed to a nearby house and called the police. While they were waiting, Jayme declined an offer of food and instead played with a puppy.

2. Judgment of the Government

the partial judgment of the Government is now three weeks old and, if that lasts until tomorrow, would be the longest stop in the history of the United States. Here are the things:
Pain of arrest knock on the house for many federal employees, who will know their first paycheck today.
• federal employees protested the closure of Washington, Atlanta, Utah and other places.
• Miami Airport will close an early terminal for three days because of absences from the TSA.
• An agreement on which the GOP Senators worked to end the closure fallen apart.
• President Trump says that he is almost declare an emergency beyond the border, which would allow him to use the funds of the Ministry of Defense to build the border wall. These funds could come from money from disaster relief destined for Puerto Rico, Texas and other regions.
• Before heading to the southern border yesterday, Trump told reporters never said that Mexico would pay for the wall. (Spoil alert: He did.)

3. Michael Cohen

Go ahead and write down this date: February 7th. It's at this point that Michael Cohen, former lawyer and former fixer of President Trump, will testify publicly before the House Oversight Committee. It will be television not to be missed. Will Cohen disclose any new information on Trump's hidden payments to women who lodge business with him? Do not forget that these payments became the basis of the campaign's funding violations against which Cohen pleaded guilty. Cohen goes to prison in March for these crimes, which prosecutors say were allegedly committed by Trump. And, of course, we will want to hear what Cohen has to say about the investigation on Russia.

4. China

One of America's largest universities warns students and professors do not use social media and messaging apps in China. The University of California has expressly recommended not to use WhatsApp and WeChat for fear of the Chinese authorities using the content of these communications against them. In recent weeks, several Western travelers have been arrested in China for what some consider to be allegations and accusations of a political nature. Movements could be China's way of fighting back in the West after the December arrest Meng Wanzhou, Chinese technical director. Meng, detained in Canada at the request of the US authorities, is still in danger of being extradited to the United States because he is suspected of violating US sanctions against Iran.

5. Fertility rate

were do not have enough babies here in the United States to replace the population. That's what comes out of a new report from the National Center for Health Statistics, which revealed that the US fertility rate in 2017 continued to plummet below what was needed for the population is replacing. The rate in 2017 was 1,765.5 per 1,000 women, or 16 per cent less than what is needed for population replacement, the report said. South Dakota and Utah are the only states where the replacement rate is higher than the replacement rate. About 3.8 million babies were born in the United States in 2017, the the smallest number of births in 30 years.


Guess their divorce was really friendly

Gwyneth Paltrow went on honeymoon with her husband Brad Falchuk – and Chris Martin, ex-husbandbecause celebrities are not like the rest of us.

We are doomed

This irritating song "Baby Shark" is now a Top 40 hitand Western civilization is officially over.

Safe and sound

A barefoot baby Walking in Milwaukee by a freezing cold was rescued by a bus driver.

But of course

The great footballer Tim Tebow is fiance to an ex-Miss Universe because, well, that's Tim Tebow.

& # 39; Veggie & # 39; Bell

Taco Bell will start try a vegetarian menuand the rest of us, carnivores, must ask ourselves why.


Test time

Actress Emma Stone shouted that when Sandra Oh made a joke about the "whitening" of the Golden Globes.

A. "Do not worry about that!"

B. "I had no idea!"

C. "I'm sorry!"

D. "Let's go to lunch!"

To play "Total Recall: CNN's News Quiz"To see if you're right, and do not forget, you can also find a quiz version on your Amazon devices." Just say, "Alexa, ask CNN to answer you. "



The number of passengers and crew aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise ship that became ill with gastrointestinal diseases. The ship returns to Florida on Saturday, a day earlier than planned.


"We wish they had confiscated his phone instead of his passport."

Saudi official Abdalelah Mohammed A. al-Shuaibiafter Saudi teenager Rahaf Mohammed al-Qunun fled to Thailand to escape his allegedly violent family. Qunun used her phone to post stories about her on social media, and now she has asylum granted in Australia.


Call me

Alert of kindness! This little puppy keeps banging on this bell to get food, but nobody pays attention because she is so adorable. (Click to see.)