We get it... The week can get a bit busy, and you may miss some news here or there. But don't worry because FOX News Radio has you covered.

Catch up quickly with "The Friday Five" -- a look back at five of the "can't miss stories" of the week!

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(AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)

5. President Obama Meets with French President Hollande

President Barack Obama met with the French President François Hollande on the Paris attacks, and focused in part on Russia's strategy in the region.

 

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(File Photo)

4. Pollino's Guide To Holiday Movies (And The Oscar Buzz)

'Tis the season - for movies! Katniss Everdeen, James Bond and Han Solo... all back on the big screen. And could it finally be Leonardo DiCaprio's year for a win at the Academy Awards? Find out about the must-see blockbusters this holiday season, and learn which films are already making moves towards that golden Oscar statue in this guide from FOX News Entertainment Reporter Michelle Pollino.

 

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(File Photo)

3. The Road to a New You: A Fox News Fixer-Upper

The holidays - filled with food, family and laughs...and the hope that the coming year will be a better one. Whether it's depression, obesity, addiction or other ailments, millions of Americans long to fix themselves. But findings suggest New Year's resolutions seldom work. Join FOX News Radio as we talk to some of the best in the business when it comes to nutrition, fitness and happiness to help you get in the right frame of mind to survive the holidays and enter 2016 happy, healthy, and with the right attitude. Hosted by FOX's Tonya J. Powers.

 

(AP Photo/Chase Stevens)
(AP Photo/Chase Stevens)

2. Indiana Governor Faces Lawsuit For Not Letting Syrian Refugees In

As the debate about whether or not to let refugees from Syria into the U.S., one governor is facing a lawsuit for not letting them in his state.

 

(AP Photo, File)
(AP Photo, File)

1. United States Targeting ISIS Oil Reserves

U.S. pilots are accelerating attacks on ISIS oil reserves.

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