Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. WHAT WORLD LEADERS ARE HOPING CLIMATE TALKS SIGNIFY By striking a deal to cut emissions that are warming the planet they hope they can show terrorists what countries can do when they stand together.   Full Story
COLORADO SPRINGS, COLO. >> The man accused of opening fire at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado Springs lived a troubled, isolated life in the mountains of South Carolina and Colorado, but acquaintances said he never hinted that he would target the organization. Robert Lewis Dear, 57, will make his first appearance in court Monday.   Full Story
ANKARA, TURKEY >> Turkey shot down a Russian fighter plane Tuesday — a long-feared crisis in Syria's civil war and apparently the first time a NATO member has downed a Russian plane in a half-century. At least one of the pilots was reported killed. Russian President Vladimir Putin called Turkey's action a "stab in the back by the terrorists' accomplices" and warned of "significant   Full Story
Below are excerpts of emails between the group's leaders and Coke executives starting in late 2012, when the network was still just an idea. Rhona Applebaum is Coke's chief health and science officer; the company says it has accepted her retirement. James Hill is the group's president and a professor at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.   Full Story
WASHINGTON >> President Barack Obama will stand in solidarity with French President Francois Hollande at the White House Tuesday, 11 days after the Paris attacks, in a visit complicated by Turkey's shoot-down of a Russian warplane. Hollande's trip to Washington is part of a diplomatic push to get the international community to bolster the campaign against the Islamic State, the militant   Full Story
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BEIRUT >> The latest on the Russian warplane shot down by Turkey on Tuesday (All times local): 3:30 p.m. Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has defended Turkey's shooting down of a Russian fighter jet at the border with Syria, saying Turkey has the right "to take all kinds of measures" against border violations according to international laws.   Full Story
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today: 1. RUSSIA CONFIRMS TURKEY SHOT DOWN WARPLANE Ankara says the jet violated its national airspace; Moscow denies the plane crossed the Syrian border into Turkish skies. 2. FRENCH SUSPECT FACES TERROR CHARGES Jawad Bendaoud, the only person in France facing potential terrorism charges linked to   Full Story
BRUSSELS >> Belgian police carried out raids throughout the tense capital, detaining 16 people as the city remained locked down under high alert Monday. In Paris, British Prime Minister David Cameron said he will ask for parliamentary approval for the U.K. to join airstrikes against Islamic State extremists in Syria.   Full Story
BAMAKO, MALI >> Islamic extremists armed with guns and throwing grenades stormed the Radisson Blu hotel in Mali's capital Friday morning, killing at least three people and initially taking numerous hostages, authorities said. The Brussels-based Rezidor Hotel group that operates the hotel said the assailants had "locked in" 140 guests and 30 employees.   Full Story
NEW YORK >> An architect has been selected for the long-delayed performing arts center at the World Trade Center site. Center officials said Friday the Brooklyn-based firm REX will lead the project. The 80,000-square-foot multi-disciplinary center is expected to open in 2019. It will serve as a cultural anchor for Lower Manhattan and also serve as a home for the Tribeca Film Festival.   Full Story
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INDIANAPOLIS >> The latest on the sentencing of former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle for sex crimes (all times local): 9:50 a.m. Former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle has formally pleaded guilty to child pornography and sex crimes charges. Fogle told the federal judge presiding over his change-of-plea and sentencing hearing Thursday that he understands the charges and possible sentences.   Full Story
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PARIS >> French investigators tracked down the alleged ringleader of last week's Paris bloodshed after receiving a startling tipoff: The Islamic militant wasn't in Syria but in Europe, plotting yet another attack. A discarded cellphone found near a bloodied concert hall led them to his cousin, and then to a suburban Paris apartment where both died in a hail of bullets and explosions.   Full Story
KATHMANDU, NEPAL >> Shortages of life-saving medicine because of political protests in Nepal that have blocked key roads could lead to a crisis, as hospitals have started to cut services, doctors said Thursday. Hospitals are rescheduling surgeries by weeks, and patients are finding it difficult to get to medical facilities due to fuel shortages, said Dr.   Full Story
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SAINT-DENIS, FRANCE >> Heavily armed French SWAT teams swooped in Wednesday and neutralized a cell that was ready to launch new attacks, leaving at least two people dead after firing 5,000 rounds during an hourslong siege, a prosecutor said. Eight people were arrested. The raid had targeted the suspected planner of the attacks, 27-year-old Abdelhamid Abaaoud, but his fate remained unclear.   Full Story
HARTFORD, CONN. >> Muslims around the U.S. are facing backlash following the deadly attacks in Paris, including vandalism to mosques and Islamic centers, hate-filled phone and online messages and threats of violence. Advocacy leaders say they have come to expect some anti-Muslim sentiment following such attacks, but they now see a spike that seems notable, stirred by anti-Muslim sentiment   Full Story