Happy Black Friday, and happy leftovers.
Bulletin: "At least 155 people were killed and another 120 injured in an attack on a mosque in Egypt's North Sinai region," CNN reports. "After an explosion, gunmen ... waiting outside ... opened fire at worshipers as they fled Friday prayers."
WashPost Sports lead headline, on Redskins' 20-10 Thanksgiving night victory over hapless Giants at FedEx Field, keeping playoff hopes alive: "Better to receive."
"Lawyers for Michael T. Flynn, President Trump's former national security adviser, notified the president's legal team in recent days that they could no longer discuss [Mueller's] investigation ... an indication that Mr. Flynn is cooperating with prosecutors or negotiating a deal," per the N.Y. Times' lead story:
P.S. All three congressional Russia/election probes — Senate and House Intelligence, and Senate Judiciary committees — are likely to continue into 2018, according to AP's Mary Clare Jalonick:
Astonishing reporting from Vanity Fair's The Hive, by Howard Blum ... "What Trump ... told Kisylak after Comey was canned ... During a May 10 meeting in the Oval Office, the president betrayed his intelligence community by leaking the content of a classified, and highly sensitive, Israeli intelligence operation to two high-ranking Russian envoys, Sergey Kislyak and Sergey Lavrov":
P.S. Paul Manafort took at least 138 trips to Ukraine between 2004 and 2015 while consulting for Russian and pro-Russian oligarchs, McClatchy's Peter Stone and Greg Gordon report:
2017 was retail's year of reckoning: The Amazon revolution is one symptom of the growing dominance of mega tech firms that are changing the way America works and shops.
Axios Expert Voices Editor Chris Russell fills our cart with a Black Friday Future of Retail stream.
President Trump holds a video conference with members of the armed forces, on Thanksgiving at his private club, Mar-a-Lago, in Palm Beach.
"For only the second time in the last century, the number of farmers under 35 years old is increasing, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture's latest Census of Agriculture," the WashPost's Caitlin Downey reports in a front-pager with the lovely headline, "A growing movement":
Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) issues a Thanksgiving afternoon apology following new groping allegations:
What's next? Minneapolis Star Tribune: "A spokesman said Franken will speak with the media on Sunday."
The backdrop ... "Franken's rising political star obscured by accusations," by AP's Alan Fram and Kyle Potter:
Uber's "latest misbehavior involving a data breach cover-up revealed this week could be the impetus for people to ride elsewhere," according to AP's Tom Krisher in Detroit and tech writer Barbara Ortutay:
David Brooks on "America: The Redeemer Nation":
Also on the N.Y. Times Op-Ed page ... Tom Friedman from Riyadh, "Saudi Arabia's Arab Spring, at Last: The crown prince has big plans to bring back a level of tolerance to his society":
This aerial photo shows the Kutupalong Rohingya refugee camp in Bangladesh, housing Rohingya Muslims who fled across their mutual border to escape violence.
"Inheritance tax ... The case for taxing inherited assets is strong," The Economist writes in its global cover editorial:
Aren't you glad this isn't you? Antsy shoppers wait for a Best Buy to open on Thanksgiving in Overland Park, Kansas.