Last Day: Hillary Clinton on Friday bid farewell to U.S. diplomats and aid workers on Friday, her last day as secretary of state, Politico reports. "I know that the world we are trying to help bring into being in the 21st century will have many difficult days," Clinton said. "But I am more optimistic today than I was when I stood here four years ago because I have seen day after day the many contributions that our diplomats and development experts are making to help ensure that this century provides the kind of peace, progress and prosperity, that not just the United States but the entire world, especially young people, so richly deserve."
Hackers: Anonymous hackers last week acquired access to 250,000 user accounts, Reuters reports. "This attack was not the work of amateurs, and we do not believe it was an isolated incident," Twitter said. "The attackers were extremely sophisticated, and we believe other companies and organizations have also been recently similarly attacked."
WikiLeaks Probe: Icelandic authorities declined to cooperate with FBI agents who traveled to the small north Atlantic nation to investigate WikiLeaks two years ago, The Associated Press reports. "I, for one, was not aware that they were coming to Iceland," said Ogmundur Jonasson, Iceland's interior minister. "When I learned about it, I demanded that Icelandic police cease all cooperation and made it clear that people interviewed or interrogated in Iceland should be interrogated by Icelandic police."
Skeet Shooting: The White House on Friday released a photo of President Barack Obama skeet shooting at Camp David in an effort to silence skeptics who questioned his claim that he shot clay pigeons “all the time” at the presidential retreat, The New York Times reports. “Attn skeet birthers,” David Plouffe, the former White House senior adviser, wrote on Twitter as he posted a link to the photo. “Make our day — let the photoshop conspiracies begin!”