Last Week in Politics

Monday, Nov. 11

  • Disney+ streaming service released. 
  • U.S. set to have record-breaking Arctic temperatures this week, 30 degrees below average.
  • U.S. Marine Corps celebrates its 244th birthday.
  • Driver crashes Porsche into second floor of Toms River building, killing two. 

Tuesday, Nov. 12

  • Australian bush fire spreads near Nana Glen, Australia. 
  • Protestors clash with police in Santiago, Chile after subway fare increase.
  • Former president Jimmy Carter undergoes procedure to remove pressure from the brain. 

Wednesday, Nov. 13

  • Protests continue in Boliva after Morales resignation Sunday.
  • First two witnesses, Bill Taylor and George Kent, testify in impeachment inquiry.
  • NFL invites Colin Kaepernick to private workout and interviews. 

Thursday, Nov. 14

  • Researchers found 146 bugs pre-installed on Android phones, according to Wired.
  • Venice flood one of the worst recorded in decades.
  • Roger Stone found guilty on all charges of lying to Congress and witness tampering.
  • Amazon will challenge Pentagon’s award of $10 billion JEDI contract to Microsoft. 

Friday, Nov. 15

  • Hospital surprises Mister Rogers’ widow by dressing babies in tiny cardigans and ties, according to People.
  • Suspected killer in California school shooting has died, officials say.
  • Texas Court of Appeals blocks execution of Rodney Reed, which was set for Nov. 20.
  • David Homes testifies behind closed doors for impeachment inquiry.