Today's edition of quick hits:
* There are only six-and-a-half hours remaining: "With hours left before a possible shutdown, Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) said he and President Trump made 'some progress' in a private meeting about keeping the government open but did not strike a final deal."
* SCOTUS: "The Supreme Court announced on Friday that it would consider a challenge to President Trump's latest effort to limit travel from countries said to pose a threat to the nation's security, adding a major test of presidential power to a docket already crowded with blockbusters."
* The first attempt didn't go well: "The Department of Justice announced on Friday that it will retry Senator Robert Menendez, the senior Democratic senator from New Jersey, on federal corruption charges, two months after his initial trial ended in a mistrial after a jury said it could not reach a verdict."
* I'm a little skeptical of this: "In a major change announced Friday to the Newsfeed used by 2 billion users every month, Facebook will now ask users to rank the news organizations they trust and abdicate its role as an arbitrator of what content people see."
* Climate crisis: "President Trump may have doubts about climate change, but a pair of new federal reports indicate that our planet's long-term warming trend continues -- and that 2017 was one of the hottest years on record."
* HHS: "Citing President Trump's 'pro-life mission,' the Health and Human Services Department announced actions on Friday that are designed to roll back key health-care policies of the Obama administration."
* Noted without comment: "Former Trump White House staffer Sebastian Gorka has an active warrant out for his arrest in Hungary, according to the Hungarian police's website."
* How many times did Trump say, "Believe me" in his first year? I'm glad you asked.
* This was as bizarre as it sounds: "Rep. Scott Perry (R-Pa.) told Fox News host Tucker Carlson he believes the Islamic State terror group masterminded the Las Vegas shooting that killed 58 people in October."
Anything to add? Consider this an open thread.