Top U.S. and World News Headlines for Monday, December 1

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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, December 1, 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:

Darren Wilson Resigns From Ferguson Police Force Without Severance

Protests Against Grand Jury Decision, Police Brutality Continue in Ferguson, Cities Nationwide

St. Louis Rams Players Display “Hands Up, Don’t Shoot” Pose in Pre-Game Entry

Egypt Won’t Seek Further Legal Action Against Mubarak After Charges Dropped

New Clashes in Hong Kong After Pro-Democracy Activists Surround Government Buildings

France Sets 2-Year Deadline to Recognize Palestine if Talks Fail

Boko Haram Kills Dozens in New Attacks Across Nigeria

Annual U.N. Climate Summit Opens in Peru

U.N. Torture Panel Criticizes U.S. Practices

U.N. Experts Urge Full Release of CIA Torture Report; Senate Dems Break With Admin on Censorship

Gunman Shot Dead in Austin After Firing on Mexican Consulate, Other Buildings

Ray Rice Wins Reinstatement to NFL After Challenging Indefinite Suspension

Missing Ohio State Player With Concussion History Found Dead of Suicide

Walmart Workers Stage Black Friday Protests for Higher Wages, Stable Hours

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