(CNN)Here’s what you might have missed Friday on CNN:
— America honored two legends. Family, lifelong friends and even a President made sure Aretha Franklin’s funeral was fit for a queen. Washington honored the late Senator John McCain as his body lay in state in the US Capitol.– Vanessa Marquez, best known for her work on three seasons of “ER,” was shot by police performing a welfare check, the sheriff’s department says.– A DOJ lawyer with ties to the Trump-Russia dossier says he was told in 2016 that Russian intelligence thought they had Trump “over a barrel,” a source says.– A DC lobbyist made a plea deal related to work done for Russian and Ukrainian clients. The case was referred by special counsel Robert Mueller.Read More– In other Mueller news, two prosecutors are leaving his office.— The death toll rises to at least eight people killed in a head-on crash between a tractor-trailer and a packed Greyhound bus in northwestern New Mexico, officials say.– The Trump administration plans to cut all funding to the UN’s Palestinian refugee agency, sources say. The United States has long been its largest single donor.– Two more men have been accused of sexually abusing women on airplanes. The cases come at a time when the number of sexual assaults reported on planes has increased.– A dolphin is still stuck in a closed aquarium that’s been closed for months. Animal rights groups are outraged.– The Village Voice, the country’s first alternative newsweekly, is closing after 60 years.– Coca-Cola is buying a coffee chain for $5 billion.