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1. 11-04 Republicans win control of US Senate U.S. Senate
2. 11-08 North Korea frees detained US men Miller and Bae North Korea
3. 11-11 Obama and Xi in emissions pledge Beijing
E. 11-16 ISIS video claims beheading of American hostage Peter Kassig ISIS
F. 11-19 Deadly snowstorm hits northern US Buffalo, Upstate New York
6. 11-20 Obama offer to 5m illegal migrants Washington
11-24 No indictment over Ferguson killing
I. 11-25 Troops sent to quell Ferguson unrest

Summary.     Click for More > Clashes as Ferguson jury issues no charges Troops sent to quell Ferguson unrest Ferguson protests spread across US Brown family 'crushed' by jury verdict Ebola vaccine trial 'promising' 'No new grand jury' in Ferguson case Ferguson shooting: Darren Wilson quits police force
Republicans win control of US Senate   The Republican Party has won control of the Senate in the mid-term elections, increasing its power in the final two years of Obama's preside... US leaders pledge to work together Row over whose shot killed Bin Laden White House holds cross-party talks   North Korea frees detained US men Miller and Bae  2 Americans who were being held in detention in N. Korea, Matthew Todd Miller and Kenneth Bae, have been released and are on their way home Obama and Xi in emissions pledge Obama warns of Myanmar 'backsliding' Obama 'close to acting alone on immigration' Obama warns of Asia 'intimidation' ISIS video claims beheading of American hostage Peter Kassig   The terror group has claimed to have beheaded American hostage Peter Kassig, an aid worker and former Army Ranger, in a graphic new video IS hostage killing pure evil - Obama Deadly snowstorm hits northern US Northern US braced for more snow Obama offer to 5m illegal migrants   Nearly five million people living illegally in the US can escape deportation under sweeping changes to the US immigration system Obama to press ahead on immigration, amid Republican anger No indictment over Ferguson killing Map of Ferguson Missouri Missouri
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Nov.24   Missouri
  A grand jury has decided not to charge a Missouri policeman over the death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown.    State prosecutor Robert McCulloch said the jury exhaustively examin...
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Nov.1   Southern California
Nov.2  Southern California  Virgin Galactic crash: SpaceShipTwo probe 'may take year'
 Texas  Lewis Hamilton overtakes Rosberg to win United States GP
  USA
 Argentina  Argentina suspends P&G business
 Chicago  Tightrope walker makes Chicago crossings
Nov.3  St. Petersburg  Russia: Giant iPhone statue removed amid 'gay' row
  Southern California
 Manhattan  World Trade Center open for business
 USA  Car Talk host Tom Magliozzi dies
 North Mexico  3 U.S. citizens among 4 killed in Mexico
 U.S. Senate  Millions to vote in US mid-term poll
 Los Angeles  Leaking sinks force Virgin Australia plane landing
Nov.4   USA
 Texas  NFL star admits assaulting his son
  U.S. Senate  
  The Republican Party has won control of the Senate in the mid-term elections, increasing its power in the final two years of Obama's presidency
Nov.5   U.S. Senate   US leaders pledge to work together   The Senate's new Republican leader and President Obama have both promised to end the political gridlock that has so frustrated voters Nov.6   USA     Row over whose shot killed Bin Laden  A public row has arisen over which US commando fired the shot that killed Bin Laden, more than three years after the al-Qaeda leader's death Nov.7   Washington   White House holds cross-party talks   US President Barack Obama and leaders in the House and Senate are holding cross-party talks aimed at ending political gridlock in Washington  Yemen  Thousands in Yemen denounce US at rally to support ex-president  Washington  Obama names attorney general choice  Washington  US to send 1,500 more troops to Iraq Nov.8   North Korea     North Korea frees detained US men Miller and Bae
  2 Americans who were being held in detention in N. Korea, Matthew Todd Miller and Kenneth Bae, have been released and are on their way home
 USA  Shooter: Bin Laden 'died afraid'  Mosul  US air strikes target IS gathering in Mosul, Iraq  Washington State  North Korea detainees Miller and Bae arrive back in US Nov.9  Shanghai  Golf: Bubba wonder shot in China win  Lesser Antilles  Wreckage of small plane found off St Maarten  Washington  Pentagon skeptical over claims of wounded Islamic State leader Nov.10  Hawaii  Hawaii lava destroys first home  New York  New York Ebola doctor 'virus free' Nov.11  Washington  Nigeria fury over US arms refusal  Wisconsin  Arctic blast hits Canada and US   Beijing     Obama and Xi in emissions pledge  US President Barack Obama and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping are holding further talks in Beijing, with trade rivalries to the fore Nov.12   Manhattan Window washers rescued from high up World Trade Center   Southern California Virgin Galactic pilot 'thrown free' from spacecraft   Myanmar     Obama warns of Myanmar 'backsliding'   US President Barack Obama is to hold talks with Myanmar's President Thein Sein, hours after accusing his government of backsliding on reform... Nov.13   Washington     Obama 'close to acting alone on immigration'   President Barack Obama is close to announcing major changes to the US immigration system through executive action, US media report   Washington White House security lapses detailed Nov.14   Queensland     Obama warns of Asia 'intimidation'   US President Barack Obama has said that Asia's security must not be based on intimidation where big nations bully small ones Nov.15   U. S. Midwest Sierra Leone surgeon in US for Ebola treatment   Baghdad Battle turning against IS, says US Gen Dempsey Nov.16   ISIS   ISIS video claims beheading of American hostage Peter Kassig
  The terror group has claimed to have beheaded American hostage Peter Kassig, an aid worker and former Army Ranger, in a graphic new video
  Washington     IS hostage killing pure evil - Obama   US President Barack Obama has condemned the killing of US aid worker Abdul-Rahman Kassig as 'an act of pure evil' Nov.17   Bangkok Americans accused of trying to ship infant body parts   California Charles Manson 'allowed to marry' Nov.18   U.S. Senate US Senate narrowly fails to pass Keystone XL pipeline bill   USA Ebola research receives $5.7m boost Nov.19   Upstate New York   Deadly snowstorm hits northern US Map of Buffalo USA  A massive snowstorm has wreaked havoc in the north-eastern US and left seven people dead in upstate New York   Upstate New York   Northern US braced for more snow   Another 3ft (1m) of snow is expected to hit upstate New York after a massive snowstorm that left at least seven dead on Wednesday Nov.20   Washington     Obama offer to 5m illegal migrants
  Nearly five million people living illegally in the US can escape deportation under sweeping changes to the US immigration system
  New York Graduate director Mike Nichols dies
  Upstate New York 'Historic' US storm returns to snow-covered north-east Nov.21   Washington   Obama to press ahead on immigration, amid Republican anger   US President has said he will press for further immigration reform, after Republicans condemned his use of executive powers Nov.22   Mexico US Marshals help Mexican Marines in raids   Upstate New York Flood warnings for US snowmelt Nov.23   Washington Marion Barry: Ex-Washington DC mayor dies at 78   Ohio Police shoot dead boy, 12, carrying fake gun Nov.24   Washington US defence secretary to step down   Missouri     No indictment over Ferguson killing Map of Ferguson Missouri Missouri
  A grand jury has decided not to charge a Missouri policeman over the death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown
 State prosecutor Robert McCulloch said the jury exhaustively examined evidence. Brown's family said they were 'profoundly disappointed'
  Missouri     Clashes as Ferguson jury issues no charges   Police have clashed with protesters, after a grand jury refused to charge a policeman over the death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown Nov.25   Missouri     Troops sent to quell Ferguson unrest Map of Ferguson Missouri Missouri  The US state of Missouri has ordered more troops to the Ferguson area to quell unrest after a policeman was cleared over Michael Brown's killing   Texas Five children die in Texas house fire   New York     Ferguson protests spread across US   Crowds have gathered across the US to protest against a decision not to charge a police officer over the killing of black teen Nov.26   Missouri   Brown family 'crushed' by jury verdict Map of Ferguson Missouri  The family of Michael Brown, the black teenager shot dead by a policeman, say they are 'crushed' by the grand jury's decision not to charge Darren Wilso   USA     Ebola vaccine trial 'promising'  The first human trial of an experimental vaccine against Ebola suggests that it is safe and may help the immune system to combat the virus   Missouri   'No new grand jury' in Ferguson case   The governor of Missouri has reportedly rejected calls for a new grand jury to decide whether to charge a white police officer for killing a... Nov.27   Missouri Tensions ease in protest-hit Ferguson Nov.28   USA Star Wars teaser trailer premieres   USA US sees slower Black Friday sales  Baltimore  Ray Rice wins appeal after domestic abuse charge   Texas 'Anti-government' gun attack in Texas Nov.29   Missouri   Ferguson shooting: Darren Wilson quits police force Map of Ferguson. Missouri Missouri  US police officer Darren Wilson - who fatally shot unarmed black teenager Michael Brown in the Missouri town of Ferguson - has resigned from the force Nov.30   Qatar American couple freed by Qatari court barred from leaving country   Northern Syria Airstrikes mark shift in coalition focus to ISIS 'capital'