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November 30, 2015 Also: The suspect in the Colorado Planned Parenthood shooting will appear in court today; a huge winter storm will pummel the central U.S.; and it's Cyber Monday - a huge online shopping day.
November 20, 2015 Also: A third body is found in the rubble from Wednesday's Paris-area raid; a new case of Ebola is reported in Liberia; and the Latin Grammy awards are held.
November 19, 2015 Also: Protests over a fatal Minneapolis police shooting of an unarmed black man; an emergency in Washington state after a storm; and an Irish visitor gets his GoPro camera wrong on a Vegas trip.
November 18, 2015 Also: Minnesota officials won't release videos of a fatal police shooting of a black man; U.N. Secretary General Ban won't visit North Korea; and a Hawaiian court halts a controversial telescope.
November 17, 2015 Also: President Obama promises maritime aid to Asian Pacific allies; Guinea's last Ebola patient is released from the hospital; and blizzards and flooding threaten parts of the U.S. today.
November 16, 2015 Also: Some states want to stop Syrian refugees from coming there; two mass graves are found in an Iraqi area liberated from ISIS; and where to see the Leonid meteor showers, peaking this week.
November 13, 2015 Also: Refugee children use Facebook to reach out; the U.N. Security Council calls for dialogue in Burundi; and Fernando del Paso wins the Cervantes prize, the highest award in Spanish literature.
November 12, 2015 Also: President Obama will award the Medal of Honor to an Army captain today; heavy snow falls in the Rockies and Plains; and a rare blue diamond auctions for $48.4 million.
November 11, 2015 Also: Thousands march in Afghanistan for victims beheaded by militants; blizzard conditions are forecast in parts of the Rockies and Plains; and 106 indictments stem from a biker brawl in Texas.
November 10, 2015 Also: Republican presidential candidates hold a debate tonight; toxic water from a burst Brazilian dam threatens drinking water downstream; and a Modigliani painting auctions for $170.4 million.
November 9, 2015 Also: President Obama will welcome Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu to the White House; two trains derail in Wisconsin over the weekend; and actor Gunnar Hansen of "Texas Chainsaw Massacre" dies.
November 6, 2015 Also: The House passes a transportation bill but doesn't fund all of it; there'll be fewer candidates onstage at the next GOP presidential debate; and a double-facing Picasso painting is auctioned.
November 5, 2015 Also: Despite a ban, Myanmar opposition leader Suu Kyi wants to govern if her party wins elections; the White House Tribal Nations conference opens; and there are nominees for the Toy Hall of Fame.
November 4, 2015 Also: Greece relocates some migrants to Luxembourg; the Supreme Court stays a Missouri inmate's execution; and a long-lost short Disney film is discovered.
November 3, 2015 Also: Voters in 2 states and many cities are holding elections today; Germany's soccer federation is searched by tax authorities; and Kansas City holds a parade for the World Series winning Royals.
November 2, 2015 Also: House Speaker Paul Ryan won't work with President Obama on immigration; The Episcopal Church installs the first African-American as presiding bishop; and Phoenix gets some rare earthquakes.
October 30, 2015 Also: Doctors Without Borders rejects Saudi Arabia's denial of bombing a Yemeni hospital; an armed suspect wanted in 2 states is shot and killed in Kentucky; Chilean toilet paper prices may be fixed.
October 29, 2015 Also: China will end its one-child policy for urban families; Paul Ryan is set to become the next Speaker of the House; and Greece rescues hundreds of migrants.
October 28, 2015 Also: Volkwagen reports a quarterly loss of $1.8 billion; the House will vote on a bipartisan budget bill today; and the NTSB wants a mandatory recall program for all new tires.
October 27, 2015 Also: Turkey fires on Syrian Kurds who are allied with the U.S.; the World Series opens today; and the World Indigenous Games get underway.
October 26, 2015 Also: Elections were held in nine countries over the weekend; New York is investigating the advertised internet speeds of cable firms; and the Oak Ridge Boys are in the Country Music Hall of Fame.
October 23, 2015 Also: Texas wants to take private patient files from Planned Parenthood clinics; there's a deadly shooting at Tennessee State University; and President Obama vetoes a defense bill over spending caps.
October 22, 2015 Also: New Delhi orders cars off the road to clear pollution; the White House develops a financial plan for Puerto Rico; and the biggest pumpkin ever grown in North America wins a contest.
October 21, 2015 Also: President Obama will visit West Virginia to discuss drug fighting efforts; Slovenia seeks help to deal with thousands of migrants; and why vultures can eat carcasses and not get sick.
October 20, 2015 Also: A senior Hamas leader is detained and accused of inciting attacks against Israelis; Ohio suspends executions after it can't find lethal injection drugs; and new drone rules are proposed.
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