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With climate at 'breaking point', leaders urge breakthrough in Paris

Monday, 11:38 AM

Indian Prime Minister Modi delivers a speech during the opening session of the World Climate Change Conference 2015 (COP21) at Le BourgetBy Bruce Wallace and Alister Doyle PARIS (Reuters) - World leaders launched an ambitious attempt on Monday to hold back rising temperatures, with the United States and China leading calls for the climate summit in Paris to mark a decisive turn in the fight against global warming. In a series of opening addresses to the U.N. talks, heads of state and government exhorted each other to find common cause in two weeks of bargaining to steer the global economy away from its dependence on fossil fuels. French President Francois Hollande said the world was at a "breaking point".

Brazil House Speaker denies bribery reports

Monday, 11:38 AM

FILE - In this Aug. 21, 2015 file photo, Eduardo Cunha, Brazil’s House of Representatives speaker, attends a meeting with union workers in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Cunha is denying reports that a document seized in a police corruption probe suggests he received nearly $12 million to support legislation favoring a top investment bank. In a barrage of tweets late Sunday, Nov. 29, 2015, he dismissed the reports as a “true absurdity,” saying they appeared to be part of a plot against him. (AP Photo/Andre Penner, File)RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — The embattled speaker of Brazil's House of Representatives has vehemently denied reports that a document seized in a corruption probe suggests he received nearly $12 million to support legislation favoring a top investment bank.

Sanders undergoes elective outpatient hernia procedure

Monday, 11:27 AM

WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is undergoing an elective outpatient hernia repair procedure.

Pope: climate situation is 'borderline suicide', deal 'now or never'

Monday, 11:26 AM

Pope Francis gives a press conference during his flight from Bangui to Rome on November 30, 2015Pope Francis said Monday it was "now or never" for the world community to hammer out a deal on climate change, warning the situation was "borderline suicide". "It's now or never," the Argentine said as the heads of more than 150 nations kicked off 12 days of talks in the French capital to negotiate a deal to roll back global warming. Since the Kyoto Protocol on climate change was adopted in 1997, "little has been accomplished" and "every year the problems get more serious," he told journalists at a press conference on the papal plane during his return from a trip to Africa.

Royals players get $370,000 bonus for World Series win

Monday, 10:11 AM

MLB: World Series-Kansas City Royals at New York MetsThe Royals, who won their first World Series crown in 30 years, also awarded 8.37 partial shares and 50 cash awards in spreading the bounty to coaches, players who spent part of the season with them and club employees. The runner-up New York Mets issued 44 full shares at just over $300,000 each, a record bonus for the losing team in MLB's championship.

Reuters Sports Schedule at 1400 GMT on Monday, Nov 30

Monday, 6:00 AM

Reuters sports schedule at 1400 GMT on Monday: - - - - SOCCER Messi, Ronaldo and Neymar are Ballon d'Or nominees LONDON - Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo will go head-to-head once again for the title of world's best footballer after being short-listed along with Neymar on Monday for the 2015 FIFA Ballon d'Or. (SOCCER-FIFA/BALLON, moved, by Ian Chadband, 400 words) - - Serie A MILAN - Leaders Inter Milan visit on-form Napoli, who are joint second, in a Serie A top-of-the-table clash. ...

Jury selection begins for officer charged in Gray's death

Monday, 11:30 AM

William Porter, one of six Baltimore city police officers charged in connection to the death of Freddie Gray, arrives at a courthouse for jury selection in his trial, Monday, Nov. 30, 2015, in Baltimore. Porter faces charges of manslaughter, assault, reckless endangerment and misconduct in office. (Rob Carr/Pool Photo via AP)BALTIMORE (AP) — Jury selection for the first police officer to go to trial in Freddie Gray' s death began Monday with a judge questioning potential jurors about their knowledge of the explosive case, which led to widespread protests and rioting and added fuel to the Black Lives Matter movement.

Colorado Springs hospital on lockdown: report

Monday, 11:29 AM

Planned Parenthood shootings in Colorado(Reuters) - A hospital in Colorado Springs where several of the wounded from the Planned Parenthood shooting were treated was placed on lockdown on Monday, local television station KKTV reported, citing police.

Adobe Premiere Clip brings its video-editing tools to Android

Monday, 11:38 AM

Adobe's bet on mobile productivity is serious, with its suite of Creative Cloud apps leading the way. One of the company's newest applications is Premiere Clip, a video editor that first debuted on iOS. ...

FTC preparing to block Staples-Office Depot deal: NY Post

Monday, 11:33 AM

A shopping cart is seen outside a Staples office supplies store in the Chicago suburb of Glenview, IllinoisThe Federal Trade Commission (FTC) may again delay its decision on the deal, seeking more concessions from Staples, the Post reported, citing two people familiar with the matter. Two of the four FTC commissioners looking into the deal are believed to oppose it, the newspaper reported. Staples' shares fell 1.8 percent to $12.09 in afternoon trading, while Office Depot was down 1.8 percent at $6.63.

Colorado Planned Parenthood shooting suspect to appear in court

Monday, 11:43 AM

Robert L. Dear is seen in an undated picture released by the Colorado Springs Police DepartmentBy Keith Coffman COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Reuters) - The gunman accused of killing three people and wounding nine at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs was due to appear in court by video link from jail on Monday. Robert Lewis Dear, 57, was expected to face multiple counts of murder and attempted murder. Planned Parenthood says reports he told investigators "no more baby parts" after his arrest showed he had an anti-abortion agenda.

AP News Guide: Summit opens debate on ethics of gene editing

Monday, 11:26 AM

Designer babies or an end to intractable illnesses: A revolutionary technology is letting scientists learn to rewrite the genetic code, aiming to alter DNA in ways that, among other things, could erase disease-causing genes.