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On The Newsroom season 2 finale, election night comes to a close with Will and Charlie await the decision of their future with ACN while Jim tries to make peace with Lisa and Sloan the mystery behind her book.
In part-one of The Newsroom's two-part season finale, after Leona refuses to accept their resignations, the ACN team proceeds with election night coverage. Will appoints himself in charge of morale as Charlie and Mac beg to be fired.
Rebecca questions the News Night staff and tries to piece together how Jerry's Operation Genoa story made it to air while a shocking motive for the debacle comes to light on The Newsroom.
Charlie and Mac track down a retired USMC General who they hope will confirm Operation Genoa while Nina convinces Will to try and improve his image on The Newsroom.
Will becomes distracted during a broadcast, Charlie gets information about Operation Genoa from an old friend, and Sloan suffers the consequences of an act of revenge via social media on The Newsroom.
Neal's access to future Occupy Wall Street stories is in jeopardy when Will does an unflattering interview. Maggie tries to convince Rebecca that her trip to Africa didn't have any lingering effects and Jim helps Hailey and ends up in the hot seat with Mac on The Newsroom.
Jim gets stonewalled in New Hampshire, Will is on a mission to civilize and an new Genoa tip comes through via Twitter on The Newsroom.
The youtube video continues to cause problems for Maggie while Neal is arrested on Wall Street and MacKenzie and Sloan push Will to cover questionable drone strikes on The Newsroom.
The Newsroom Season 2 opens in September 2011 where Will gets himself in trouble for a remark he made concerning the Tea Party and ACN starts down the path of covering a black ops mission that lands them in legal hot water.