8 Things You Need to Know This Morning

5 Things You Need to Know This Morning
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1. Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have reached an agreement in their divorce. The two have agreed to have everything handled in a private forum and the details will be kept confidential. (The Hollywood Reporter)

2. Debbie Reynold's official cause of death has been confirmed. The actress died from a hemorrhagic stroke while her daughter, Carrie Fisher's, cause of death was listed as cardiac arrest/deferred, which means the medical examiner is still trying to figure out what happened. (Perez Hilton)

3. Kim Kardashian West's Paris chauffeur was arrested in connection with her October robbery. Reportedly, the chauffeur gave the robbers the information they needed to rob Kardashian. (New York Times)

4. President-elect Donald Trump has named his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, as Senior White House Adviser. Trump described Kushner as "a tremendous asset and trusted adviser throughout the campaign and transition." (Wall Street Journal)

5. Secretary of State John Kerry made a formal apology to the United States' LGBTQ community for the country's history of anti-gay discrimination. "On behalf of the Department, I apologize to those who were impacted by the practices of the past and reaffirm the department's steadfast commitment to diversity and inclusion for all our employees, including members of the LGBTQ community," he said. (Mic)

6. Chris Hemsworth's kids were cheering their daddy on while he presented at the 2017 Golden Globes. Hemsworth's wife posted a photo and they looked so cute with their Thor doll while watching TV. (E! News)

7. A security camera caught a video of a man in Brazil shooting another man while carrying a little girl. After shooting the other man once in the head, the man with the girl just turns around and walks away. (Fox News)

8. An African-American waitress at Anita's New Mexico Style Cafe in Virginia was serving a couple when they paid their $30.52 bill but didn't leave a tip. Instead, the couple wrote "don't tip black people" while still commending her for her "great service." (NBC Washington)