The outgoing U.S. ambassador to South Korea discusses his views on dealing with North Korea.
The Director of National Intelligence released a report on Russia's attempts to influence the presidential election on Friday. The Intercept's Micah Lee discusses the legitimacy of blaming the Russians and talks about what isn't in the report - evidence.
The multinational corporation settled a major lawsuit but didn't let investors know about it until Christmas Eve - eve. Jeremy Owens discusses one of the best-timed Friday night news dumps of 2016.
Cheaper flights may be on the way but they come with a cost. Melanie Zanona explains how a Friday night announcement from the Department Of Transportation could shake up the airline industry.
Never before has an incoming president had so much legal baggage. On Friday President-Elect Trump settled three lawsuits involving fraud allegations against Trump University. Attorney Daniel Massoglia breaks down the art of this weekend's deal.
Yet another major media outlet is looking to reduce staff. On Friday, the Wall Street Journal sent out a memo offering buyouts to employees.
The FBI released its report on the investigation into Hillary Clinton's email practices - guess when?! That's right - Friday afternoon. We talked with freelance national security journalist Ken Klippenstein about what the former Secretary of State was able to recall and what she forgot - and what her interview with the Feds reveals about our access to government data.
Correction: Corey Lewandowski was fired from the Trump campaign--he did not resign.
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