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UK and EU agree on post-Brexit relationship
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    TODAY

    European leaders meet to finalize the diplomatic divorce deal known as Brexit. Under the agreement, the United Kingdom would formally dislodge from the European Union on March 29 but stay in the trading bloc through the end of 2020. Still don’t get it? Read our non-Brits’ guide to Brexit.

    01:25 - Source: CNN
    Bremmer: May "in a really untenable position."

    • It’s Villanova vs. Florida State for men’s college basketball bragging rights in Orlando in the AdvoCare Invitational.

    01:42 - Source: CNN
    March Madness: The Business Behind the Bracket

    • On the West Coast, Miami and Seton Hall face off on the court at the Wooden Legacy tournament.

    2. Hong Kong protests

    02:23 - Source: CNN
    Heyer's mom: How could I not be strong?

    • Can’t stand hunting for parking at the mall? Don’t fret. Cyber Monday is here. It’s the day you can zero out your holiday shopping list while your boss’s head is turned. A record $6.59 billion was spent online during Cyber Monday last year, but beware these common scams, especially on your smartphone.

    TUESDAY

    • If you live in the Southwest, pack an umbrella. That’s when the remnants of Hurricane Rosa are expected to roll over Arizona and parts of Southern California, Utah, New Mexico and Colorado. Forecasters in Phoenix predict 2 inches of rain in some places, with flooding possible.

    01:48 - Source: CNN
    Top 10 CNN Heroes of 2018 revealed

    Mississippi voters go back to the polls to elect a US Senator. After neither candidate got 50% of the vote in the November 6 election, Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith and Democrat challenger Mike Espy will square off again in a runoff. The stakes are so high that President Trump will visit the state to campaign for Hyde-Smith, who has been dogged by her controversial comments and past actions related to the state’s dark history of racial violence.

    WEDNESDAY

    • A major meeting of Catholic bishops from around the world convenes In Rome. The 3½-week Synod (a fancy word for a church leaders’ meeting) of Bishops on Young People, the Faith and the Discernment of Vocation is expected to focus on the church’s positions on gender and sexuality, the role of women and a “desire for a Church that knows how to listen.” But some bishops have withdrawn, citing reasons related to the clergy sex abuse scandal, which undoubtedly will also be discussed.

    FRIDAY

    • This year’s Nobel Peace Prize laureate is due to be announced. The winner gets a medal, a personal diploma and about $1 million. Reports that Trump had been nominated twice earlier this year turned out to be a hoax

    01:02 - Source: CNN
    Understanding political 'bilateral meetings'

    • It’s also World Teachers’ Day, when we salute educators whose profession is among the most respected but who also are constantly fighting for better pay and student resources. And we recognize the right of every student – including 264 million worldwide who should be in school but aren’t – to be taught by a qualified teacher.

    • Whew! If you live in a US hurricane zone, take a breath – you made it. The Atlantic and Eastern Pacific hurricane seasons end. They were doozies, with Florence devastating the Carolinas and Virginia and Michael leveling parts of the Florida Panhandle. In the Pacific, Hector, Lane and Olivia drenched Hawaii, while the remnants of Rosa lashed Phoenix.

    01:07 - Source: CNN
    Why hurricanes are so hard to predict

    • It’s college football’s conference championship weekend across the country. Some matchups, such as Alabama vs. Georgia for the SEC crown, will have a big impact on who ends up in the College Football Playoff.

    SATURDAY

    • The Youth Olympic Games opens in Argentina. Some 4,000 athletes, ages 15 to 18, will participate in 32 sports, including mixed-gender events, through October 12.

    01:41 - Source: CNN
    Mexico elects leftist politician as new president

    • As you choose the perfect presents for the kiddos on your holiday list, remember, December is Safe Toys and Gifts Month. While a consumer advocacy group says “toys are safer than ever before,” experts warn of the potential chemical hazards of slime, toys with possible choking hazards and ones that could violate children’s privacy by sharing data.

    01:29 - Source: CNN Business
    Why the American toy industry is hurting

    World AIDS Day turns 30. More than 30 million people worldwide live with HIV/AIDS. If you haven’t gotten tested, here’s where to go for help.

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    Elton John: We have the drugs to end this disease