These are the headlines you Need 2 Know. * **Shutdown Week Three:** As the government shutdown enters its third week, both sides remain at odds over funding for the border wall with little progress made over the weekend. President Trump is saying he would consider declaring a national emergency to bypass Congress ー a move that would almost certainly be challenged in court. The White House also signaled it would be open to a steel barrier at the border rather than a concrete wall. Read more [here]( * **Terrorist Killed:** The Pentagon says it’s confident an airstrike in Yemen killed a terrorist suspected of plotting the 2000 bombing of the U.S.S. Cole. Meanwhile, a 34-year-old Texas schoolteacher thought to have joined ISIS in Syria was captured alive on the battlefield. Read more [here]( * **Divorce by Text:** Saudi Arabian women now must be notified about their divorces via text message. Until now, men could end a marriage without even telling their wives. Now, courts must text women confirming their divorces. Read more [here]( * **Drive-by Shooting Arrest:** A man was arrested in connection with the murder of 7-year-old Jazmine Barnes, who was shot at random in a drive-by shooting in Houston a week ago. Eric Black Jr. reportedly confessed to being the getaway driver, and said the girl was not the intended target. Read more [here]( * **CBS First Female Prez:** CBS News has named Susan Zirinsky as its first female president. Zirinsky will be replacing David Rhodes, who launched the digital news network CBSN and is credited with helping reinvent CBS This Morning, bringing in more viewers. He was also at the helm when the Charlie Rose scandal broke, and fired Rose and later 60 Minutes executive producer Jeff Fager. Read more [here]( * **E-Cig Fire:** A passenger’s e-cigarette caused a fire just after a flight had landed in Chicago. The fire was a result of the battery overheating. It happened on an American Airlines plane, and flight attendants “quickly” put the fire out. Read more [here]( * **Wild Card Weekend:** The NFL’s wild card games were short on offense, but provided plenty of nail-biting moments as the field of playoff contenders was narrowed to eight. The Colts, Cowboys and Chargers all advanced, as did the Philadelphia Eagles on an incredible last-minute field goal miss from the Chicago Bears, in which the ball “double doinked” off the upright and crossbar. Watch the play [here]( * **Golden Globes:** The 76th Golden Globes were full of surprise wins, with Bohemian Rhapsody taking home best picture, drama, beating out A Star is Born, and Glenn Close winning over Lady Gaga and Nicole Kidman in the best actress category. Close, who won for her performance in "The Wife," gave an emotional speech about the importance of women seeking personal fulfillment. Fan favorite "A Star is Born" only took home one win, for the hit song “Shallow." See the winners [here]( * **Red Carpet Drama:** "This Is Us" actress Chrissy Metz lit up Twitter after making a comment at the Globes about actress Alison Brie. In a clip that’s gone viral, some think she called her a bi***, which the actress strongly denied. You be the judge: Listen [here]( * **Proud Parent Moment:** Golden Globes host Sandra Oh won for "Killing Eve." Her parents took social media by storm when they stood up and gave their daughter a standing ovation. Watch [here]( * **Kid Rock Controversy:** Not everyone in Nashville is thrilled over a sign that will be placed at Kid Rock’s new bar. The 20-foot sign depicts a guitar with a base in the shape of a woman’s buttocks. Read more [here]( * **Surviving R. Kelly:** Celebrities from Meek Mill to Chance the Rapper are reacting to the Lifetime series "Surviving R. Kelly." The show details years of the singer’s alleged sexual misconduct. Kelly said he hasn’t watched it and has threatened to sue. Read the reactions [here]( Cheddar's Hena Doba gets into the latest. Subscribe to the Need 2 Know newsletter [here](

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