(CNN)A manhunt intensifies ... music royalty win more awards ... and a boy with hiccups belts out the national anthem like a pro. It's Monday, and here are the 5 things you need to know to Get Up to Speed and Out the Door:
5 things to know for your new day -- Monday, November 23
Brussels on edge: The hunt for those involved in the Paris terror attacks is focusing more and more on Belgium, where several of the terrorists were from -- and where officials warn of more possible attacks. The subway and schools in Brussels are shut down. After a series of raids this weekend, authorities made at least 16 arrests -- but still haven't found Salah Abdeslam -- the only suspected attacker known to have survived the assaults that killed 130 people.
Won't back down: In the aftermath of the Paris attacks, President Barack Obama called the terror group "a bunch of killers with good social media" and said the U.S.-led coalition attacking ISIS targets "will not relent." He also stressed the United States is not at war with Islam. "The United States could never be at any war with any religion because America is made up by multiple religions," he said. "We're strengthened by people from every religion."
Singin' in the rain: Where can Justin Bieber get drenched in his personal on-stage rainstorm shortly after The Weeknd brought down the house surrounded by flames? Why, the AMAs, of course. Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande also won big, and Taylor Swift is running out of blank spaces for her trophies.
Scathing report: A team of global health experts said the World Health Organization seriously botched the international response to the Ebola outbreak. "The most egregious failure was by WHO in the delay in sounding the alarm," the director of the Harvard Global Health Institute said. "The cost of the delay was enormous." More than 11,300 people died in the last Ebola outbreak. CNN has reached out to WHO, but no response yet.
Big change in the Bayou State: For the first time in 12 years, a Democrat has been elected governor in the Deep South. Louisiana state Rep. John Bel Edwards beat U.S. Sen. David Vitter in a nasty battle for the governor's mansion. Vitter was caught in a prostitution scandal in 2007 and was accused of skipping a vote to honor soldiers in favor of answering a hooker's call. His rival's camp said he chose "prostitutes over patriots."
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Quote of the day: "Maybe he should have been roughed up"
-- Donald Trump, telling Fox News that a protester who disrupted his rally may have deserved the tackling, kicking and punching he got from Trump supporters.
Sure, the latest "Hunger Games" movie still topped the box office this weekend. But "Mockingjay -- Part 2" only made $101 million -- the lowest opening weekend of the entire series.
A 7-year-old Australian boy got the opportunity of a lifetime to sing the national anthem at a pro baseball game. The only hiccup was -- well, he had the hiccups. Badly. Yet Ethan Hall powered through, earning serious props from viewers around the world.