(CNN)Here's what you might have missed Friday on CNN:
-- President Donald Trump refused to meet a deadline to give Congress a determination on the Saudi crown prince's responsibility for journalist Jamal Khashoggi's killing.
-- First on CNN: Kellyanne Conway describes an alleged assault by an "out of control" woman while with her daughter at a restaurant in October. The woman denies the charge.
-- Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker squared off with Democrats at a hearing Friday.
-- Virginia Senate Majority Leader Thomas Norment distanced himself from racist content in a Virginia Military Institute yearbook he edited.
-- Five-time Oscar nominee Albert Finney is dead at 82. The British actor is well known for his roles in "Annie" and "Erin Brockovich."
-- Former Rep. John Dingell was called the "Dean of Twitter" for his witty and wise remarks. Hours before his death on Thursday, he was still updating his followers.
-- El Chapo jury deliberations will stretch into a second week. Here's why jurors may be taking their time.
-- Ariana Grande's fifth studio album is officially here and it'll be stuck in your head all weekend long.