Have You Heard: Top 5 Stories You Missed While You Were Sleeping

  1. John Dickerson makes his debut Wednesday, Jan. 10 as the third host on CBS ‘This Morning.’ CBS News president David Rhodes made the announcement Tuesday, Jan. 9 that John Dickerson will replace Charlie Rose. Dickerson joins Gayle King and Norah O’Donnell.
  2. Serena Williams and her new baby girl Alexis Olympia Jr. land cover of Vogue. Serena discusses the health complications she faced after her first childbirth in the February issue.
  3. The Israeli forces arrest 11 Palestinians in an overnight raid. They were detained because they were believed to be apart of “suspected involvement in terrorist activities,” the army claimed.
  4. Nas and Kelis create new custody agreement. Although Nas complained about Kelis’ lack of cooperation with him visiting their 8-year old son in the past, they both agreed on dates and times for visitation.
  5. Rescuers continue to search for mudslide survivors. After the wildfires in southern California, officials said the burned brush and charred soiled created a layer that prevented water absorption and triggered the mudslide. At least 13 people are dead, 160 injured and over 300 people are trapped.
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