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Italian constitutional referendum, December 2016

German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble says Italy should continue economic reforms begun by Prime Minister Matteo Renzi - Reuters

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Australia

Australian energy company Duet Group says it's considering multibillion dollar takeover offer from infrastructure arm of Hong Kong tycoon Li Ka-shing's business empire - AP

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Indianapolis, IN, US

Report: 2 children inside gray 2005 Toyota Camry stolen from Indianapolis' Speedway - WTHR

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Italian constitutional referendum, December 2016

US futures open slightly lower as projections appear to show Renzi losing Italian referendum - CNBC

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China

US President-elect Donald Trump rails against China's currency, military policies on Twitter - AFP

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Dakota Access Pipeline

Editor's note: The Standing Rock Sioux tribe issued a statement that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has decided to not approve an easement allowing the Dakota Access pipeline to cross under Lake Oahe. The announcement comes after months of demonstrations near Cannon Ball, N.D., that have led to arrests and several violent confrontations between law enforcement officers and protesters. A part of the Energy Transfer Partners-owned pipeline was set to run under the lake on the tribe's reservation, and protesters say it will threaten water resources and sacred sites. State officials had argued it was too late to reroute the project. In November, the Obama administration delayed a decision on whether pipeline construction will go forward, adding that it will hold more talks with tribal leaders. In a statement issued Sunday, the Army's Assistant Secretary for Civil Works Jo-Ellen Darcy said she based her decision on a need to explore alternate routes, adding "it's clear that there's more work to do." - Stephanie

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Dakota Access Pipeline

US Rep. Kevin Cramer, R-ND, on Dakota Access pipeline: 'Today's unfortunate decision sends a very chilling signal to others who want to build infrastructure in this country. Roads, bridges, transmission lines, pipelines, wind farms and water lines will be very difficult, if not impossible, to build when criminal behavior is rewarded this way' - statement

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Trump appointments and nominations

Editor's note: Politico reports Donald Trump will meet this coming week with Admiral James G. Stavridis and Rex W. Tillerson, the CEO of ExxonMobil, as he expands his short list of candidates for secretary of state, sources say. Trump aide Kellyanne Conway told reporters earlier on Sunday that Trump will interview more candidates for the position, though he already has four people under consideration. Politico also notes Trump’s transition team last week identified former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, Tennessee Sen. Bob Corker and former CIA Director David Petraeus as the top four contenders. We're watching for more information. - Rebecca

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Donelson, Nashville, TN, US

#BREAKING Police ID 61-year-old Krispy Kreme delivery driver killed in "senseless" Donelson robbery https://t.co/biYnEjMjCC - @Tennessean

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Rocky Hill, CT, US

JUST IN: Pratt & Whitney Machinists Union workers have reached a contract deal https://t.co/tRo2LvFjwN - @WFSBnews

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Iran nuclear program deal

Iran demands that Obama allow US sanctions to expire - AP

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Iraqi Kurdistan, Iraq

Kurdish ministry of education to take legal action against teachers who do not end their strike - Rudaw

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Bangladesh

Philippines urges Bangladesh to share results of cyber bank heist investigation in which hackers tried to steal nearly $1 billion - Reuters

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California, US

California's largest public-employee union says it has reached contract deal with Gov. Brown administration - AP

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United States Federal Reserve System

More: Dudley says key reforms include money market, OTC derivatives and mutual funds - Reuters

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United States

Federal Reserve's William Dudley says 'absolutely must' complete unfinished work to end US too-big-to-fail bank problem - Reuters

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China

17 killed, 36 injured in coal mine explosion in Heilongjiang, northern China, Chinese state media say - AP

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Organization of Petroleum-Exporting Countries

Report: OPEC to meet non-OPEC countries to finalize global oil limiting pact on Dec. 10 in Vienna, sources say - Reuters

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Walmart

Walmart to pay $7.5 million to settle lawsuit over benefits for same-sex spouses - Reuters

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Trump appointments and nominations

Sen. Heidi Heitkamp, D-ND, says no discussion of Cabinet position during meeting with President-elect Trump; talked about coal industry, human trafficking, energy sector - Grand Forks Herald

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