Situational awareness: U.S. regulators at the FTC have met to discuss punishing Facebook over its privacy practices with a record-breaking fine that could exceed $22.5 million, the Washington Post reports.
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Kim Jong Un adviser Kim Yong Chol leaves Dupont Circle Hotel after a meeting with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images
Surprise: The U.S. and North Korea are talking about another summit, this one potentially in late February.
Why it matters: In the 220 days since Trump and Kim met in Singapore, there have been speeches, snubs, and occasional threats, but no substantial progress toward denuclearization, Axios World editor Dave Lawler emails.
The big picture:
What's next: The Washington Post notes that Trump might come to the table with an offer, potentially including a declaration of the end of the Korean War, to secure a breakthrough.
The bottom line: We’re back where we started, with Trump and Kim taking center stage. Their rhetoric toward each other has been warm.
Ceremonial guards rotate as mourners pay last respects at the coffin of murdered mayor Pawel Adamowicz in Gdansk, Poland.
The era of award season DVDs being sent to TV Academy members is ending, the Hollywood Reporter notes.