Everything on the breaker works but my living room outlets, and my meter shows 110 volts. Everything else on the same breaker works fine.
I assume this is a change in behavior? You need to follow the path of this circuit to see where it loses power. Turn off the breaker and pull out the last fixture that has power and the first that doesn't. It might be something as simple as a receptacle that was wired with push-in connector that lost contact. I would pull any push-in (aka "backstabbed") receptacle connectors and wire to the screws instead.
First make sure against a known good source of power that the meter is working properly. Then go back too the living room outlets and check both the above and below receptacle. Often times these type of receptacles are wired in what is called half hot configuration. Half of the receptacle is full time hot, the other half is switched. The switched half was for floor or table lamps. If you find half the duplex hot look for a near-by wall switch seemingly unused. See if that doesn't turn on the other half of these receptacles? P.