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President-elect Donald Trump speaks during an election night rally, Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016, in New York. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)

Trump Transition Memo: Trade Reform Begins Day 1:

President-elect Donald Trump will begin the process of reshaping America’s trade policy on Day 1 of his administration, according to a memo drafted by his transition team obtained by CNN.

The document lays out the skeleton of Trump’s trade policy for the first 200 days of his presidency, focusing on a set of principles including renegotiating or withdrawing from the North American Free Trade Agreement — a frequent promise Trump made on the campaign trail.
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Obama’s Tutorial For Trump:

A new reality show debuted on Monday — “Presidential Apprentice.”

If there’s one way to get Donald Trump’s attention, it’s via television, and President Barack Obama used a White House news conference to openly coach the man who will succeed him in January.
Obama dispensed advice on how to do the top job and tips on how to behave as commander in chief, in a rolling presidential tutorial.
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PBS Newscaster Gwen Ifill Has Died:

Gwen Ifill, the veteran journalist and newscaster who co-anchored “PBS NewsHour,” has died, PBS said Monday.

Ifill, 61, broke gender and racial barriers and became a role model for journalists across the country. She had been battling endometrial cancer while covering this year’s presidential election, one of her best friends, Michele Norris, told CNN

PBS said in a statement that she died Monday “surrounded by family and friends.”

“Gwen was one of America’s leading lights in journalism and a fundamental reason public media is considered a trusted window on the world by audiences across the nation,” Paula Kerger, the PBS president and CEO, said.

“She often said that her job was to bring light rather than heat to issues of importance to our society,” Kerger said.

 

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Tidal Goes After Prince’s Estate:

Roc Nation, the parent company of streaming service Tidal, has filed in Minnesota probate court to uphold what it says are the company’s rights to Prince’s music.

CNNMoney obtained a copy of the petition which was filed Friday. It outlines an agreement between Tidal — owned by the rapper Jay Z — and Prince made before the pop star’s death in April from an accidental overdose of the opioid fentanyl.

According to the document, Prince granted Tidal worldwide digital streaming rights to his next two “newly recorded and previously unreleased full length studio albums” in 2015.

The singer was well known for protecting his music, pulling it from You Tube and declining streaming services requests.

Crowds in Fremantle, Australia, look at <a href="http://www.cnn.com/2016/11/14/world/supermoon-november-2016/" target="_blank">the supermoon</a> on Monday, November 14. NASA scientists say the moon is brighter than it has appeared at any point in the last 68 years.

Brightest Supermoon Since 1948:

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source: CNN.com

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