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10 Things to Know for Today: 11-22

  • Japan-JFK

    A Japanese visitor offers a paper crane folded by her to pay her respects to the late U.S. President John F. Kennedy at a memorial venue specially set up for his Japanese fans in Tokyo Friday, Nov. 22, 2013 to mark the 50th anniversary of his assassination. Japanese JFK fans took photos with his portrait, folded paper cranes and watched his inaugural ceremony on a monitor Friday to express admiration on the anniversary. (AP Photo/Shuji Kajiyama)

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  • Xbox-One-Official-Launch-Celebration

    Video game fans try out the new Xbox game console at Xbox One Official Launch Celebration at Milk Studios, on Thursday, November, 21, 2013 in Los Angeles. (Photo by Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP)

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  • Latvia-Roof-Collapse

    Rescue workers search debris of the Maxima supermarket in Riga, Latvia, Friday, Nov. 22, 2013. At least 32 people died, including three firefighters, after an enormous section of roof collapsed at a Latvian supermarket in the country's capital, emergency medical officials said Friday. The reason for the collapse during shopping rush-hour Thursday was still not known but rescue and police officials said that possible theories include building's design flaws and poor construction work. (AP Photo/ Roman Koksarov)

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

1. SOLEMN MEMORIALS MARK JFK 50TH ANNIVERSARY

Dallas wants to reflect on Kennedy’s legacy in its Dealey Plaza ceremony.

2. SKIES COULD BECOME CELLPHONE-FRIENDLY

Federal regulators are considering changing “outdated” rules against making calls during passenger flights.

3. GOP WARNS DEMOCRATS THEY MIGHT REGRET FILIBUSTER CURB

Partisan animosity shows no sign of letting up ahead of new battles on federal default and budget deficit.

4. WHY THE ARCTIC IS ON THE U.S. MILITARY’S RADAR

Melting ice caps and competition for oil and gas make the polar region the new frontier for investment and exploration.

5. SUPERMARKET COLLAPSE KILLS 32 IN LATVIA

Officials in the northern European nation are trying to find out why the roof of the building caved in.

6. STATE OF MOURNING REFLECTS EGYPT’S MOOD

Terrorist attacks, train accidents and even a World Cup qualifier defeat are souring Egyptians’ outlook on their country’s future.

7. IN ARIZONA, ‘CAUSE FOR GRAVE ALARM’

Thousands of calls to a state hotline alleging child abuse or neglect were never investigated, officials discover.

8. WHICH MONARCH IS VISITING THE WHITE HOUSE

Morocco’s King Mohammed VI will discuss a range of issues, possibly including a dispute with neighboring Algeria, with Obama.

9. HOW XBOX COULD BE HURTING MICROSOFT

Critics argue the gaming console whose latest model debuted today is tying customers to living rooms when the world has gone mobile.

10. ALASKA CHEERS ARRIVAL OF NATIONAL RESTAURANT CHAINS

Remoteness of the 49th state is no longer preventing Alaskans from enjoying Lower-48 favorites like Olive Garden and Hard Rock Cafe.

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