The Rolling Stones arrive on the red carpet at Industria in New York City's West Village for the North American debut of Exhibitionism - The Rolling Stones on November 15, 2016.
Exhibitionism is an interactive music exhibition featuring over 500 rare and personal items belonging to the Stones, detailing their creative lives across 9 galleries spanning fashion, film, recording and art.
The North American leg of the tour will run through March 12, 2017.
It's Week 10 and the Denver Broncos have traveled to the Big Easy to take on the New Orleans Saints, Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers seek redemption against the Arizona Cardinals, the Dallas Cowboys go head-to-head with the Pittsburgh Steelers, and the Cincinnati Bengals head to Jersey to run out against the New York Giants.
During a break in travel to New Zealand, Secretary of State John Kerry popped down to conduct a tour of U.S. research facilities around Antarctica's Ross Island and the Ross Sea, and visited the McMurdo Station in an effort to learn about the effects of climate change on the Continent.
Marking the first anniversary, people gathered to pay tribute to the victims of the November 13, 2015, terror attacks which took place across the French capital of Paris. Some 130 were killed, 90 of them at Bataclan concert hall, when Islamic militants went of the rampage in the heart of the French capital.
An estimated crowd of up to 10,000 people marched through downtown Los Angeles on November 12, 2016, as they protested the election of Donald Trump. Demonstrations have sprung up across the country, in Portland where police made more than 20 arrests and used flash bang grenades and other less-than-lethal force to clear the streets, to New York City, Chicago, Denver, San Francisco, Philadelphia and Baltimore.
Marking his final Veteran's Day as Commander in Chief, President Barack Obama reflected on those serving their country, "As we search for ways to come together ... some of our best examples are the men and women we salute on Veterans Day."
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