Top U.S. and World News Headlines for Monday, November 10

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Visit to watch the daily independent, global news hour. This is a summary of top news headlines from the U.S. and around the world on Monday, November 10, 2014. Go to the Democracy Now! website to read the complete transcript, search the vast news archive, and to make a donation to support our daily, non-profit news program.

In this video, you’ll learn about these top news headlines:

Obama Authorizes 1,500 More Troops to Iraq, Doubling U.S. Force

ISIS Leader Reportedly Wounded in U.S.-Led Strike

U.S., Iran Begin New Talks on Nuclear Deal Ahead of Deadline

Obama Unveils Attorney General Nomination of Brooklyn Prosecutor Loretta Lynch

Freed Americans Return to U.S. from North Korea

Mexican Authorities Claim Confession in Student Massacre; Protesters Burn Presidential Palace Door

Arab-Israelis Protest Police Killing; Israeli Soldier Stabbed in Tel Aviv

Israeli Ministers Approve Applying Law to West Bank Settlements

Palestinian Activists Dig Through Separation Barrier 25 Years After Berlin Wall

Germany Marks 25th Anniversary of Fall of Berlin Wall

Catalan Voters Back Secession from Spain in Non-binding Referendum

Jobs Report: Employment Grows but Wages Remain Stagnant

Detroit Judge Approves Bankruptcy Deal Cutting Pensions and Freeing up New Spending

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