1. White House asks top court to allow full travel ban  |  ( cnbc )
Trump's ban was announced on Sept. 24 and replaced two previous versions that had been impeded by federal courts.
2. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai will reveal plans to dismantle net neutrality  |  ( cnbc )
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai, who was appointed by President Donald Trump, will reveal plans on Tuesday to his fellow commissioners to fully dismantle the agency's core net neutrality rules, Politico said, citing sources.
3. Trump declares North Korea 'sponsor of terror'  |  ( bbc )
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4. Hammond is running out of options  |  ( sky news )
Even taking into account a sudden bump in the third quarter, the annual productivity rate is still stuck at 0.6%.
5. Charlie Rose suspended following sexual harassment allegations  |  ( bbc )
Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The allegations made against Charlie Rose span from the 1990s to 2011US talk show host Charlie Rose has been suspended by several television networks following allegations of sexual harassment.
6. Sound in Atlantic not from missing Argentine submarine: navy spokesman  |  ( reuters )
MAR DEL PLATA, Argentina/BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - A sound detected on Monday in the South Atlantic, near where an Argentine navy submarine with 44 crew went missing five days ago, is not believed to have come from the ill-fated vessel, a navy spokesman said.
7. New details about members of Trump family who met with Russians  |  ( cbs news )
Jeff Pegues, meanwhile, reports on new details about members of the Trump family who met with Russians during the campaign.
8. US moves to block AT&T's takeover of Time Warner  |  ( bbc )
Mr Delrahim, who was appointed by President Trump and confirmed in September, gave a hint of his intention last week.
10. U.S. Ending Temporary Residence Permits for 60,000 Haitians  |  ( time )
The Homeland Security Department made its announcement 60 days before temporary status for the Haitians is set to expire.
11. South Carolina lacks drugs for December lethal injection  |  ( upi )
Henry McMaster said the state can't carry out the scheduled execution of a death row inmate because it lacks the necessary drugs for lethal injection.
12. Whitefish halting Puerto Rico power repairs, claiming it's owed $89 million  |  ( cnn )
He claimed credit for the restoration of transmission lines by his contractors, even after his company's controversial contract with the Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority (PREPA) was set to be voided.
13. Mueller to interview top-level White House officials as part of Russia probe  |  ( cbs news )
WASHINGTON -- CBS News has learned that special counsel Robert Mueller will soon interview top-level White House officials as part of his investigation into Russian interference in the U.S. election.
14. Trump to Lavar Ball: 'I should have left them in jail!'  |  ( cnn )
"To President Trump and the United States government, thank you for taking the time to intervene on our behalf.
15. White House wants Roy Moore's vote, but doesn't want to talk about Moore  |  ( cnn )
Washington (CNN) The White House isn't saying that President Donald Trump supports Roy Moore.
16. Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip celebrate their 70th anniversary  |  ( cbs news )
On Monday, Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip celebrated that milestone -- as did London.
17. China supports Cambodia's crackdown on political opposition  |  ( reuters )
A man stands near posters the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP) on the outskirts of Phnom Penh, Cambodia, November 20, 2017.
18. 20 Uighur inmates dig their way out of Thai jail  |  ( upi )
Nov. 20 (UPI) -- A group of 20 Uighur Muslims are on the run after a jailbreak at a detention center near the border between Thailand and Malaysia, officials said.
19. U.S. charges two with bribing African officials for China energy firm  |  ( reuters )
It said Gadio, a former foreign minister of Senegal, was arrested in New York on Friday.
20. Puerto Rico's uncounted Hurricane Maria deaths  |  ( cnn )
That's about half the total number in Puerto Rico, according to Eduardo Cardona, director of the Puerto Rico Association of Funeral Home Directors.
21. Americans haven't forgotten about Puerto Rico, poll finds  |  ( cnn )
A wide 63% say they are closely following news on Puerto Rico, even two months after the disaster hit.
22. As climate change threatens islands, Kiribati's president plans development  |  ( cbs news )
"We have got to understand that climate change is not a national issue it's a global issue, and we need global thinking.
23. Pregnancy discrimination advice updated as more women seek advice  |  ( sky news )
We need to do more to make sure women can retain their jobs when they have a baby."
24. Zimbabwe's Mugabe faces impeachment after military takeover  |  ( reuters )
HARARE (Reuters) - Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe faces the start of impeachment proceedings on Tuesday that could see him ousted within the week, against the backdrop of a military takeover dubbed “Operation Restore Legacy”.
25. Dollar moves, energy prices and German politics in focus  |  ( cnbc )
The Australian dollar traded at $0.7557, climbing from an earlier low of $0.7543.
26. DOJ sues to challenge AT&T-Time Warner merger  |  ( upi )
The lawsuit would be the first time in decades the DOJ has sued to block a so-called "vertical deal" between two companies that aren't direct competitors.
27. May meets senior ministers to discuss Brexit divorce bill offer  |  ( reuters )
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May in North London, Britain November 16, 2017.
28. Queen Elizabeth, Philip: See 70th Anniversary Photos  |  ( time )
In addition to being the world’s longest-reigning monarch, Queen Elizabeth is now the first to have a platinum wedding anniversary.
29. How Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip Changed Royal Weddings  |  ( time )
The first modern Royal Wedding to captivate the world — decades before William and Kate’s — took place 70 years ago this Monday, when Queen Elizabeth and Prince Philip were married with unprecedented fanfare in Westminster Abbey.
30. Janet Yellen to resign from Federal Reserve  |  ( upi )
Nov. 20 (UPI) -- Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said Monday she will resign from her spot on the board of governors when her term as chair ends in February.