(CNN)Here's what you might have missed on CNN today:
Michael Flynn pleads guilty, says he's cooperating in Russia probe
The former Trump national security adviser pleaded guilty Friday to lying to the FBI about conversations with Russia's ambassador and disclosed that he is cooperating with the special counsel's office.
In court Friday morning, Flynn's only comments were to answer yes and no to questions from the judge. Read the court filing charging Flynn, and follow live updates here.
'We have the votes'
Republican Senate efforts to secure support for an overhaul of the nation's tax system appeared successful Friday, as at least 50 GOP members -- enough to advance the proposal -- have said they'll support passing the bill.
Rex Tillerson's future unclear
Tensions are high between the secretary of state and White House Chief of Staff John Kelly, who soured on Tillerson after it was publicly reported that he privately referred to the President as a moron over the summer. But Tillerson says reports he's being pushed out are laughable.
World Cup draw
The 32 teams were drawn into eight groups for the 2018 FIFA World Cup that will be held in Russia. See the list here.
The final verdict on Kate Steinle's death
An undocumented immigrant will be deported after he was found not guilty in the killing of Kate Steinle, who was shot walking on a San Francisco pier. Her case reignited a national debate over immigration policy.
Cop adopts homeless drug user's newborn
Albuquerque police officer Ryan Holets decided to adopt a pregnant woman's baby after he'd approached her outside a convenience store. She'd been struggling with a heroin addiction.
Worlds AIDS Day
Today aims to raise awareness of the AIDS pandemic. We share the story of a daughter whose mother in Uganda kept her HIV diagnosis a secret from her family.
An eruption, an engagement and a launch
Check out the top photos of the week, including a volcano erupting in Bali, Prince Harry getting engaged, North Korea launching a ballistic missile and more.