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10 Things to Know for Today: 11-27

  • Soup-Kitchen-Chef

    In this Nov. 14, 2013 photo, a Bible verse is written on the wall where chef Jeff Ansorge waits to serve lunch at the Salvation Army Eastside Corp Community Center in St. Paul, Minn. Ansorge, who used to command a staff of 17 at a posh downtown Minneapolis restaurant making nearly $80,000 a year, gave it all up to become the cook in charge of a Salvation Army soup kitchen where the meals are free. (AP Photo/Jim Mone)

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    Myanmar pro-democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi, right, poses with New South Wales state governor Marie Bashir at Government House in Sydney, Wednesday, Nov. 27, 2013. The National League for Democracy lawmaker is on a five-day trip to Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra and will make a number of speeches. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)

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  • Thanksgiving-Travel-6

    Jamie Collier, 18, remains engrossed in her book while waiting to board her bus at the Raleigh Greyhound Station in downtown Raleigh, N.C., on Tuesday, Nov. 26, 2013. A freshman at N.C. State University, she is traveling home to the Washington, D.C., area for a week to be with her family for the Thanksgiving holiday. (AP Photo/The News & Observer, Corey Lowenstein)

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Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

1. STORMS THREATEN HOLIDAY TRAVEL

As millions of Americans take to the roads, bad weather across the Northeast and mid-Atlantic could disrupt their plans.

2. WHY WIND MIGHT GROUND GIANT BALLOONS IN MACY’S PARADE

Snoopy and the other iconic characters can’t lift off if gusts exceed 34 mph — and current forecasts for Thursday call for gusts of 36 mph.

3. OBAMA’S SUCCESS ON IRAN DEAL MASKS ASIAN SHORTCOMINGS

The White House promised to make Asia a priority but so far it has little to show for that pledge.

4. HOW A RUSSIAN TV SHOW IS SPREADING ANTI-GAY PROPAGANDA

Program on Moscow’s state television portrays homosexuals as corrupt and demonic.

5. BIDEN’S EFFORT TO STAY RELEVANT IS A DELICATE BALANCE

The vice president sometimes keeps a low-profile but his fortunes are closely tied to Obama’s legacy.

6. WHAT MYANMAR’S NOBEL LAUREATE IS SAYING ABOUT ANTI-ISLAMIC VIOLENCE

Aung San Suu Kyi defends her stand on the attacks against Muslims while denying charges of ethnic cleansing in her homeland.

7. JUDGE DENIES O.J. SIMPSON BID FOR A NEW TRIAL

The former football star who is in prison for armed robbery and kidnapping will appeal to Nevada’s highest court.

8. KITCHEN STAR MAKES NUTRITIOUS MEALS FOR MINNESOTA HOMELESS

The former Capital Grille chef says a “spiritual awakening” led him to the Salvation Army kitchen in St. Paul.

9. SLIM VOLUME FETCHES HUGE SUM

A tiny book of psalms from the mid-17th century, believed to be the first book printed in the U.S., sells for a record $14.2 million.

10. WHO IS COMPETING FOR BASEBALL’S HALL OF FAME

Nineteen newcomers, including four-time Cy Young winner Greg Maddux, are on the ballot along with four steroid-tainted holdovers.

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