Skip to main content Ben Carson Declines a Cabinet Position and 4 Other Stories to Know Nov. 15 It's been one week since Donald Trump's election, and his team is already going through some shakeups. Mike Rogers, a Republican member of the national security senate committee, was forced to resign from Trump's transition team because of his close relationship to controversial NJ Governor Chris Christie, according to CBS. And when it comes to Trump's cabinet, Ben Carson declined a role in the administration after being considered for positions but told The Washington Post he will remain an informal adviser. Goodbye to one of journalism's longstanding icons. Gwen Ifill, who hosted PBS's ; she was 61. Ifill was considered a pioneering black female journalist over the last few decades, and a statement from PBS described her as a "standard bearer for courage, fairness, and integrity in an industry going through seismic change." NewsHour, died yesterday after fighting cancer Raise your hand if you agree: . The 44-year-old told the magazine that winning the honor signaled he had "reached his pinnacle." Johnson, who is also the world's highest-paid actor, has never won the award before. People has named Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson the Sexiest Man Alive Barbie is diversifying more and more with every release. The curvaceous model and spokeswoman for body positivity Ashley Graham now has her own Barbie modeled after her after being presented with it at Glamour's Women of the Year 2016 Live Summit. Mattel has no plans to manufacture the doll for now, but it's received an overwhelming amount of positive reactions. One way to take action after a disappointing election? Donate. Planned Parenthood and the ACLU have reported record-breaking donations after Trump was elected last week. Planned Parenthood has received more than 80,000 donations and the ACLU, whose website crashed because of the influx of donations, reported more than 120,000 donations — up by over 7,000 percent from the organization's average monthly donation.