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For November 14, 2011 – Mario Monti to replace Silvio Berlusconi, Judge who freed Jerry Sandusky has volunteered for his charity...
• Mario Monti nominated to replace Berlusconi: "Economist Mario Monti was nominated Sunday to replace Silvio Berlusconi as Italy's prime minister, presidential spokesman Donato Marra said. Berlusconi resigned Saturday amid the country's ongoing financial crisis."
• Judge who freed Sandusky has volunteered for his charity: "The judge who released former Penn State football coach Jerry Sandusky on bail has had ties to his charity. After Sandusky was charged this month with 40 counts of sexually abusing children, Judge Leslie Dutchcot freed him on $100,000 bail, against the wishes of prosecutors."
• Pelosi fires back at '60 Minutes' report on 'soft corruption': "House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi fired back Sunday at a CBS News' "60 Minutes" report that highlighted several instances of what it suggested could be "soft corruption." The show looked at the investments of various lawmakers - including Pelosi, House Speaker John Boehner and Republican Rep. Spencer Bachus of Alabama - who reportedly bought stocks around the same time legislation involving those investments was being discussed."
• Boeing signs record-breaking deal with Emirates Airline: "Boeing and Emirates Airlines have signed an $18 billion deal - the largest deal in the aircraft manufacturer's history - to supply the airline with 50 aircraft, with options to expand the deal even further."
• New England Patriots route New York Jets 37-16, control AFC East: "The Jets tried to make a statement in the AFC East, but the Pats had the last word. Andre Carter collected a Patriot-record 4½ sacks to boost their troubled defense. An easier finishing schedule makes New England the favorite to win the AFC East division."