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Obama's last stop: Peru
President Obama finishes his last world visit this end of the week in Lima, Peru, with occasions arranged around the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Summit. Obama will meet Saturday with a gathering of 12 countries that marked on to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), before a meeting with the 21 APEC nations Sunday. The active president will likewise meet independently with Peruvian President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, Chinese President Xi Jinping and Australian President Malcolm Turnbull. White House assistants say they comprehend Trump's decision has changed the condition on U.S. approval of the TPP, however they keep up their position that "these sorts of arrangements bode well."
Such a large number of incredible autos in plain view at the Los Angeles Auto Show

Many dazzling new vehicles made their presentation this week at the Los Angeles Auto Show.
Presently, it's the general population's swing to look at them. Saturday denote the principal end of the week the show is interested in the general population. There are more than 100 autos that can be test-driven and 1,000 that can be stared at in four show corridors. The L.A. Automobile expo is the first of the season's enormous U.S. car expos. What merits taking a gander at? Probably the most intriguing vehicles incorporate the Mercedes-Maybach super-luxurious S650 Cabriolet, a $300,000 auto of which just 300 will be delivered. From Honda, another Civic — the Si, which is more intense and jazzier than the standard version. SUVs were hot when all is said in done. The "Rebel One" from Nissan, plainly equipped to Star Wars fans, was among models getting buzz. The L.A. Car expo goes through Nov. 27.

NASCAR plans to crown its last Sprint Cup champion
Rev it up, NASCAR fans: The Chase for the Sprint Cup finishes up with Sunday's Ford EcoBoost 400 (267 laps, 400.5 miles). The race denote the end of a time as, beginning next season, the game's head arrangement will never again be supported by Sprint. Concerning the race: The last four drivers are all solid contenders, and that implies it's anybody's race at Homestead-Miami Speedway (2:30 p.m. ET; NBC). Jimmie Johnson is going for his record-tying seventh title, an accomplishment that our Brant James predicts will happen. Kyle Busch is going for two in succession. Joey Logano and Carl Edwards are both title gauge drivers yet neither has won one yet. Here's a glance back at how the 12 past champions won the Chase. We additionally say goodbye to Tony Stewart as a driver as the three-time champion races in his last Sprint Cup race.

New satellite to give top notch take a gander at U.S. climate
The USA's most current climate satellite — booked for dispatch Saturday from Florida — will send back the best pictures we've ever observed of extreme tempests, snow squalls, storms and lightning strikes. What's more, it's quick: The satellite can examine the whole Western Hemisphere in only five minutes. The school-transport measure satellite, called GOES-R, was outlined and worked by Lockheed Martin and will be controlled by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

Winter storms arrive.
The principal real winter tempest of the season — pressing snowstorms, solidifying temperatures and high winds — is hunkering down on the northern Plains states, setting the phase for a shock of snowy climate the distance toward the East Coast throughout the end of the week. Rain will flag the entry of the front alongside tumbling temperatures, as per forecasters. Regions from the Appalachians westbound into the Ohio Valley will even observe snow showers arriving later Saturday under a cool upper-level trough. On the West Coast, a front connected with a huge, low weight framework will achieve the seaside territories by Saturday morning. Rain is normal in the Pacific Northwest into Saturday morning, while snow is figure to create over the most astounding rises of the Cascades and northern Sierras. The snow could make travel issues for drivers and fliers energetic to make an early Thanksgiving getaway, so arrange in like manner.

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