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Nov 20, 9:14 PM EST

10 Things to Know for Monday


Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Monday:

1. MITT ROMNEY POSSIBLE PICK FOR SECRETARY OF STATE

The 2012 GOP presidential contender exchanged bitter insults with Trump during the campaign - but the two now appear on much better terms.

2. ASIA-PACIFIC LEADERS VOW TO RESIST PROTECTIONISM

The APEC summit ends with a joint pledge to work toward a sweeping new free trade agreement that would include all 21 members, including the U.S.

3. WHO'S NOT READY TO RETIRE

Angela Merkel says she'll seek a fourth term as Germany's chancellor in elections next year.

4. DEATH TOLL IN TRAIN DERAILMENT RISES ABOVE 100

Rescuers work through the night to pull people out of mangled coaches after an overnight passenger train derails in northern India.

5. POLICEMAN KILLED IN FRESH SPASM OF VIOLENCE

A San Antonio officer writing out a traffic ticket is shot to death in his squad car by another driver who pulled up from behind.

6. EFFORT TO HALT COMBAT RUNS AGROUND

The Syrian government refuses the U.N. envoy's latest proposal for a truce in Aleppo, calling instead for insurgents to withdraw.

7. WHAT POPE AFFIRMS BY CLOSING HOLY DOOR

The ceremony at St. Peter's Basilica formally ends the Holy Year of Mercy the pontiff declared to stress the need for greater reconciliation and forgiveness.

8. SERIOUS UPTOWN FUNK SPARKS SHOW

Bruno Mars kicks off the 2016 American Music Awards by singing his groovy hit, "24K Magic."

9. KANYE WEST TAKES NIGHT OFF

The performer cancels a show in Los Angeles, one night after abruptly ending a show in Sacramento after launching a rant about Beyonce, Jay-Z and others.

10. WHICH FAST COMPANY JIMMIE JOHNSON'S KEEPING

The driver ties Richard Petty and Dale Earnhardt with his seventh NASCAR championship.

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