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  • Migrant Caravan: Officers shot tear gas as hundreds of migrants from Central America, including women and children, approached the southern U.S. border in Tijuana. The Customs and Border Patrol Agency temporarily closed a major port of entry near San Diego in response to the surge of migrants. Mexico said it will deport up to 500 people that it identified as trying to “violently” and “illegally” cross the border. Read more here.

  • Travel Nightmare: A Midwest blizzard created chaos at airports and on the roads during one of the busiest travel days of the year. More than 1,200 flights were canceled, with Chicago’s O’Hare bearing the brunt of it. On the East Coast, the Delaware Memorial Bridge — a major artery on the I-95 corridor — was shut down in both directions due to a chemical leak. Read more here.

  • Cyber Monday: Today is Cyber Monday—the Black Friday of the Internet. It’s the biggest day of the year for online shopping, and this year is expected to break records. Here are some notable deals, broken down by category. Tech: See them here. Appliances: See them here. Clothing: See them here. Amazon: See them here.

  • Black Friday: Retail stores saw a significant drop in foot traffic on Black Friday, though early online sales appear to have more than made up for it. Internet purchases on Thanksgiving Day were up 30 percent from a year ago. Read more here.

  • Camp Fire: The Camp Fire is 100 percent contained after more than two weeks. At least 85 people died as a result of the fire, the deadliest and most destructive in California’s history. The whereabouts of many people remain unknown. The fire was contained at about 153,000 acres. Read more here.

  • Missionary Killed: Indian authorities are working on a plan to retrieve the body of an American missionary who was killed on a remote island inhabited by an endangered tribe that has a history of violent confrontations with people who attempt to make contact. John Allen Chau, 27, landed on North Sentinel Island earlier this month with the goal of converting the Sentinelese tribe to Christianity. He is believed to have been shot to death with bows and arrows. Read more here.

  • Brexit Deal: EU leaders have approved Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal. The agreement on the UK’s exit from the European Union — scheduled for March 29, 2019 — took 20 months of negotiations and still needs to be approved by the British Parliament. The deal addresses the UK’s “divorce bill,” citizens’ rights and the Irish border. Read more here.

  • 2020: Several 2020 presidential contenders took the first step toward announcing runs over the weekend. On the Democratic side, Sens. Amy Klobuchar, Cory Booker, and Sherrod Brown all said in interviews they were mulling bids. And Ohio Gov. John Kasich indicated he was “very seriously” considering mounting a primary challenge to President Trump. Read more here.

  • Craziest Sale?: Cards Against Humanity (the off-color ‘party game for horrible people’) had an unusual Black Friday sale: every 10 minutes, the company sold expensive items—including a trip to Fiji, an 85-inch television and a Ford Fiesta—for 99 percent off. Read more here.

  • Royal Adobe: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are moving into Frogmore Cottage at Windsor Castle. They’ve been living in Kensington Palace, the home of Prince William and Kate Middleton. The move is expected to happen early in 2019. See the photos here.

  • Silk PJs: Hugh Hefner’s famous silk pajamas are heading to the auction block. In addition to the pjs, the Playboy mogul’s “signature smoking jacket,” carved pipe with a Playboy bunny and personal collection of Playboy magazines will be sold. Read more here.

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