Here’s what you might have missed Tuesday on CNN:
— In a private session, President Trump’s former fixer Michael Cohen apologized to the Senate Intelligence Committee for the lies he told during his 2017 testimony, sources say. Tomorrow Cohen will testify publicly.
— As Trump embarks on a second summit meeting with Kim Jong Un in Hanoi, he appears poised to employ flattery as he seeks out a concrete road map for North Korea’s denuclearization.
— The Department of Health and Human Services received more than 4,500 complaints of sexual abuse against unaccompanied minors from 2014-2018, according to newly released documents.
— The House is expected to vote today to overturn President Donald Trump’s emergency declaration to build a wall on the US southern border.
— Pakistan vows retaliation after Indian airstrikes, as hostilities rise between the nuclear armed powers.
— Vatican treasurer Cardinal George Pell has been found guilty of multiple historical child sex offenses at a secret trial in Melbourne.
— A train that had been stranded in the snow with nearly 200 people on board for more than 36 hours finally arrived at an Amtrak station in Oregon.
— A Pennsylvania mother and her daughter are in police custody, charged with killing five of their relatives.
— Check your freezer. Boston Market is recalling nearly 86 tons of frozen meals because they may contain pieces of glass or hard plastic.
— A South Carolina man bought $540 in cookies so two Girl Scouts could escape the cold.