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

(AP Photo/U.S. Army, File)
(AP Photo/U.S. Army, File)

5. Charges Against Sgt. Bergdahl Referred to Trial by Court-Martial

The U.S. Army Sgt. captured by the Taliban and freed under controversial conditions will head to a military trial over what happened before he was captured in Afghanistan.

 

(Ahmadiyya Muslim Community muslimsforpeace.org via AP)
(Ahmadiyya Muslim Community muslimsforpeace.org via AP)

4. Vandalism at Two Southern California Mosques

Vandalism at two Southern California mosques is being investigated as hate crimes.

 

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3. Perino & Stirewalt: Breaking Down The GOP Debate And Looking Ahead To 2016

Tuesday night, the fifth and final Republican debate of 2015 was held. The GOP candidates sparred over national security and the best way to fight terror. How did the debate go? Who came out on top? And where does the primary race stand now?

Dana Perino, former White House Press Secretary, co-host of FOX News Channel's "The Five" and best-selling author of "And the Good News Is..." and FOX News Digital Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt break it all down and look ahead to 2016.

 

(Principal Jaela Kim, of PS 169 in Sunset Park, Brooklyn/FOX News)
(Principal Jaela Kim, of PS 169 in Sunset Park, Brooklyn/FOX News)

2. New York School Teacher Bans Santa, Thanksgiving, and Pledge of Allegiance

No more Santa... That's the ruling from an elementary school principal in Brooklyn, New York.

 

(AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
(AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

1. President Obama: ISIL Leaders 'Are Next'

In what was billed as a major public push of his strategy to defeat ISIS, President Obama took only a few minutes Monday to outline gains against the terror organization in remarks at the Pentagon surrounded by close military advisers, but offered no new shifts in strategy.