Donald Trump, Michael Flynn, N.F.L. Draft: Your Friday Briefing

The president’s 100th day in office is Saturday. One of our White House correspondents takes a video tour of the state of his campaign promises.

Our reporters checked back in with voters across the country with whom they spoke after the election. Many of the president’s biggest supporters like what they see so far.

• A warning from Trump.

The president warned on Thursday of the possibility of a “major, major conflict” with North Korea, saying in an interview that he was seeking a diplomatic solution to concerns that Pyongyang is preparing another nuclear test.

• More trouble for Flynn.

Michael Flynn, the former national security adviser, was told in 2014 to seek approval for any payments he accepted from a foreign government, documents released on Thursday show.

He didn’t.

• Welcome to Weimar.

The German city, population 65,000, has absorbed 900 refugees in a year. Our journalists spent months there examining their integration from all sides.

In today’s 360 video, step inside the home of Sarah, a German, and Omar, a refugee, to see how they are adjusting.

• “The Daily,” your audio news report.

In today’s show, we discuss what we can we learn about the Trump administration from the taxes it would cut.

Listen on a computer, an iOS device or an Android device.

Business

• The Fox News anchor Sean Hannity has vocally defended an executive at the center of a growing culture clash inside the network.

Separately, our reporters spoke to Fox News viewers across the country, who disagree about the circumstances that led to the departure of Bill O’Reilly. One thing they agree on: They’ll stick with Fox.

• United Airlines has reached a settlement with David Dao, a passenger who was dragged off one of its flights. It did not disclose the amount.

• U.S. stocks were up on Thursday. Here’s a snapshot of global markets.

Smarter Living

• Skip the university tour. Research suggests that talking to former students is a better guide.

• Turn up the music to make a strenuous workout feel easier.

• Recipe of the day: Treat yourself to shrimp tossed in a butter and chili sauce.

Noteworthy

• Partisan writing you shouldn’t miss.

Read how the other side thinks: Debating the resonance of “The Handmaid’s Tale,” why the left should tolerate anti-abortion Democrats, and why the media bubble is worse than you thought.

• A return to offense.

After years of focus on linemen and defense, offensive players were the favorites in the opening round of the N.F.L. draft.

We analyzed every pick from Thursday night, including the No. 1, Myles Garrett.

• Here comes the weekend.

Five of our art critics fanned across New York City to…

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