U.S. suspends non-lethal aid to Syrian opposition.
Blast reported near U.S. embassy in Afghanistan.
Sharp rise in sign-ups for healthcare in November.
Top aide to G.O.P. senator arrested for child porn.
Australia court overturns marriage equality law after five days.
R.I.P. Eleanor Parker, Oscar-nominated actor.
Budget Deal — Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA) and Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) hammer it out.
Ukraine — Police move in against demonstrators.
Back Up — President Obama’s approval ratings rebound.
India reinstates ban on gay sex.
Mary Barra is the new head of General Motors.
Good news — Six people thought to be missing in Nevada wilderness found alive.
France sends troops to the Central African Republic.
Tensions rise in Ukraine as the government moves against protestors.
The U.S. government is out of the car business it sells the last of its GM stock.
Thousands turn out to mourn Nelson Mandela in South Africa.
Antarctica sets cold record.
Lenin statue comes down in Kiev.
Bombings kill dozens in Baghdad.
U.N. worries that aid is not reaching victims in the Philippines.
President Obama tapped former top aide to work on Obamacare.
Billy Joel and four others receive Kennedy Center honors.
Ice Balls — NFL teams play in the snow.
U.N. nuclear inspectors arrive in Iran.
Thailand crisis deepens as opposition quits parliament.
Ukraine braces for massive protests again.
Weather grounds a lot of flights across the U.S.
SpaghettiOs apologizes for tasteless Pearl Harbor Day tweet.
North Korea frees American held for a month.
President Obama and his two predecessors will go to South Africa for Nelson Mandela’s funeral.
Same-sex marriage arrives in Australia’s capital city.
Day of Infamy — Pearl Harbor commemorates attack.
Strong jobs report jolts Wall Street into the stratosphere.
The world reacts to the death of Nelson Mandela.
Congress nears a modest budget agreement.
Pope to set up a commission on clergy child abuse.
Al-Qaeda takes credit for an attack in Yemen that killed over 50.
Third quarter economic growth pace of 3.6% may not last.
Mexican officials say they have recovered a stolen truck carrying radioactive material.
The freeze is on in the West and Midwest.
Cuba stands firm on jailed American.
Budget deal takes shape as the deadline approaches.
Milk prices could hit $8 a gallon.
Martin Bashir resigned from MSNBC.
Court says Detroit can enter bankruptcy; pensions may take big hit.
Illinois cuts pension benefits.
Vice President Biden seeks to calm tensions in Asia.
Engineer may have “zoned out” before crash in New York.
Winter storm hits Rockies and plains.
Vice President Biden is trying to keep things nice between Japan and China.
Train in New York was traveling 82 m.p.h. when it derailed.
President Obama announces $100 million AIDS research initiative.
Big test — Year-end sign-ups are a crucial step for healthcare.gov.
2,000 mice are parachuted into Guam to kill snakes.
Train derailment in the Bronx kills four.
More violence in Thailand.
Thousands of demonstrators demand resignation of Ukraine leader.
The healthcare.gov site seems to be working better on the front end.
Shopping sales numbers over the weekend don’t match the hype.
Marriage equality becomes reality in Hawaii.
U.S. tells airlines to avoid China air zone.
American detained in North Korea apologizes for “crimes.”
Investigation of Navy billing scandal widens.
Police chopper crashes into Glasgow pub.
Healthcare.gov site rushes to get fixes done by today.
“Projectile” fired at U.S. base in Japan.
Chinese fighter jets patrol air space over disputed islands.
Where’s Comet ISON?
Violence breaks out at some places over Black Thursday deals.
The Lions beat the Packers to win on Thanksgiving for the first time in ten years.
U.S. presses Karzi to sign Afghan security agreement.
Newtown report — Gunman’s motives still a mystery.
Former hostages react to Iran nuclear deal.
School superintendent and other officials charged in Steubenville rape case.
Bosnians panic as sinkhole swallows village pond.
Iran and western powers agree to deal to curtail nukes.
More than 70 killed in Syrian clashes.
Afghan council approves U.S. security pact.
Winter storms kill in the West; head east.
Rhodes Scholars named for 2014.
Kerry hopes to clinch Iran deal.
Syrian rebels reportedly captured a key oil field.
6.5 earthquake hits the South Pacific.
Family of U.S. man seized in North Korea appeals for his release.
Winter storm could hamper Thanksgiving travel.
Senate changes filibuster rule to end GOP blockage.
Iran talks called “substantial,” but no agreement yet.
California records jump in healthcare sign-ups.
Alabama pardons the Scottsboro boys 80 years too late.
Dow closes above 16,000 for the first time.
U.S. and Afghanistan reach agreement on security deal.
Iran’s leader backs nuclear talks… with conditions.
Illinois makes it official — marriage equality signed into law.
Medal of Freedom goes to 16, including Bill Clinton and Oprah.
Tropical Update: Melissa still moving east.
The Tigers trade Prince Fielder to Texas for Ian Kinsler.
Car bomb kills 10 Egyptian soldiers in Sinai.
Iran says nuclear talks can be promising.
Albuquerque votes down proposed 20-week abortion ban.
Florida GOP congressman charged with cocaine possession.
Supreme Court refuses to block Texas abortion law.
Tropical Update: Subtropical Storm Melissa heads east.
GOP blocks third Obama court nominee.
Power still out for millions in the Midwest after Sunday’s storms.
U.S. set to announce deal with JPMorgan.
Nepal votes to elect constitute assembly.
The Dow briefly went over 16,000 yesterday.