Police say that at least 12 people died after being shot in a crowded restaurant in Thousand Oaks, California. According to a local NBC News report, at least 11 people were shot, including the deputy sheriff. The shooter is dead.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions leaves the Trump administration after more than a year of public criticism from his boss, President Donald Trump. The Head of the Session Department, Matthew Whitaker, will act as Attorney General. (CNBC)
* Whitaker will take control of the Mueller probe (CNBC)
The next day, after his party lost control of Congress, Trump entered a press conference ready for political struggle, checking the names of the Republicans he blamed for the loss of credentials and the beating of journalists who questioned his claims. (Reuters)
* Trump is in big trouble now, since the Democrats control the House – and he knows it (CNBC)
* Healthcare wins, and the stock market gathers when Democrats take control of the US House (CNBC)
The White House suspended Jim Acost's CNN press pass after he and Trump had a heated confrontation at a press conference. They started sparring after Acosta asked Trump about the caravan of migrants heading for the southern border of the USA. (AP)
* Mike Bloomberg and Tom Steyer become the Democratic queen when both billionaires reflect on the course of 2020 (CNBC)
China today reported exports and imports in October, which exceeded forecasts. The total trade surplus of the country was $ 34.01 billion in October, less than expected by $ 35 billion. (CNBC)
Tesla (TSLA) announced late last night that Robyn Denholm took the place of Elon Musk as chairman of the company's board. Denholm, who served on board Tesla from 2014, Will leave the role of CFO at Telstra to focus on full-time Tesla. (CNBC)
Walmart (WMT) will start offering Black Friday at the beginning of this year as it competes with Amazon (AMZN) and other retailers in the field of holiday sales. Offers on Black Friday will be offered online at 22.00. ET on Wednesday, November 21, the night before Thanksgiving. (CNBC)
Alphabet (GOOGL) Google plans to expand its office space in New York, potentially allowing the technical giant to significantly increase employment in the city, according to a new report by The Wall Street Journal.