Monday, Nov. 4
- McDonald’s CEO steps down after revelation of relationship with an employee.
- In Norway, an American white supremacist was arrested hours before he was due to give a speech at far-right conference.
- Airbnb announces ban on “party houses” after five people shot and killed at a Halloween party near San Francisco.
- An oven and cookie dough were launched into space for arrival at the International Space Station.
Tuesday, Nov. 5
- Democrat Andy Beshear wins governor’s race in Kentucky over incumbent Matt Bevin.
- Andrea Camblee, wife of a journalist killed in the Capital Gazette shooting, finishes husband’s 300-page love letter book he had written for 13 years.
- Democrats in Virginia flip both chambers of the state legislature blue.
Wednesday, Nov. 6
- A teen “Jeopardy!” champion donated more than $10,000 of his prize money to cancer research in Alex Trebek’s honor.
- Two former Twitter employees charged with using their access to spy for Saudi Arabia.
- House Democrats announce they will hold their first public impeachment hearings next week.
- Two murder suspects that escaped California jail over weekend arrested by federal officials.
Thursday, Nov. 7
- According to an advisor, Michael Bloomberg is expected to file to appear on Alabama’s presidential primary ballot.
- Top U.S. official in northern Syria criticizes Trump administration for not preventing the Turkish invasion.
- Trump ordered judge to pay $2 million to charities over misuse of foundation for personal, political gain, court documents say.
- Book by anonymous author says senior Trump administration officials considered resigning en masse.
Friday, Nov. 8
- Former national security advisor John Bolton allegedly has new details on the Ukraine affair that lawmakers do not know, according to his lawyer.
- Vitamin E in combination with THC could be behind the illness that’s sickened more than 2,000 people and killed dozens, CDC announces.
- White House officials testify that acting chief of staff Mulvaney helped arrange quid pro quo with Ukraine.
- President Trump says there shouldn’t be public hearings in the House’s impeachment inquiry.