Here are the top stories and upcoming coverage plans for Reuters text service as of 10.30 p.m. GMT/ 6.30 a.m. SGT. For a full schedule of news and events, go to our editorial calendar on Reuters Connect https://www.reutersconnect.com/planning or on Media Express http://mediaexpress.reuters.com/planning-tools/calendar.
Biden signs $1 trillion infrastructure bill into law
President Joe Biden signed into law a $1 trillion infrastructure bill at a White House ceremony on Monday that drew Democrats and Republicans who pushed the legislation through a deeply divided U.S. Congress.
EU agrees new sanctions on Belarus, airlines over border crisis
France told Russia on Monday NATO would be prepared to defend the sovereignty of Ukraine, near where NATO says Moscow has been staging a troop buildup, while Western leaders sought to tackle a migrants crisis on the eastern borders of the European Union.
Trump adviser Bannon excoriates Biden after court appearance
Former President Donald Trump's longtime adviser Steve Bannon on Monday sought to portray the criminal charges over his defiance of a congressional inquiry into the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol riot as politically motivated, lashing out at President Joe Biden and others.
U.S. Congress seeks way forward for stalled China bill with chips funding
Sweeping legislation to boost U.S. competitiveness with China and fund much-needed semiconductor production passed the Senate with bipartisan support in June but has stalled in the House of Representatives as backers struggle to find a way to pass it.
Tesla's shares extend selloff after Musk tweets
Tesla Inc's stock extended its recent selloff on Monday as investors reacted to CEO Elon Musk's recent share sales of a combined $6.9 billion, as well as to his most recent tweets.
Shell ditches the Dutch, seeks move to London in overhaul
Royal Dutch Shell said on Monday it would scrap its dual share structure and move its head office to Britain from the Netherlands, pushed away by Dutch taxes and facing climate pressure in court as the energy giant shifts from oil and gas.
Hollywood crew members narrowly approve contract with TV and film producers
Some 60,000 behind-the-scenes workers in U.S. film and television narrowly approved a new contract with producers, their union said on Monday.
How building Harry Potter's world conjured its own school of magic
Surrounded by "Daily Prophet" front pages and books from the magical world of "Harry Potter", graphic designer Miraphora Mina holds up an envelope countless children have surely wished to receive.
Kenya's top football official granted bail amid corruption investigation
Nick Mwendwa, president of the Football Kenya Federation (FKF), was granted bail by a Kenyan court on Monday after police had sought his detention for 14 days to allow for an investigation into allegations of corruption.
England's Rashid backs up Rafiq over racism allegation
England leg-spinner Adil Rashid on Monday became the third player to say he heard Michael Vaughan question the number of players of Asian heritage turning out for Yorkshire in 2009, an allegation the former England captain has denied.
POLITICS / INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS
USA-ABORTION/CATHOLICS (PIX) (TV)
U.S. Bishops will discuss communion document that could rebuke Biden for his abortion views at November conference U.S. Roman Catholic bishops are due to convene for a November conference and discuss the draft of a document that addresses whether politicians, including President Joe Biden, should receive Communion while supporting abortion and LGBTQ rights.
Canada's unvaccinated lawmakers a boost for Trudeau after re-election
Some of Canada's Conservative opposition lawmakers risk getting locked out of parliament next week, a fact that the recently re-elected Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is using against his rivals as he kicks off his third administration.
Brazil's Bolsonaro visits Bahrain Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro visits Bahrain on a six-day trip to the Gulf that also takes him to UAE and Qatar.
BRITAIN-ROYALS/CHARLES-JORDAN (PIX) (TV)
The UK's Prince Charles to visit Jordan British heir-to-the-throne Prince Charles will begin a visit to Jordan followed by Egypt, the first overseas tour by a senior member of the royal family since the COVID-19 pandemic.
Danish local elections
Local elections in Denmark takes place.
Focus shifts to son of Philippines late dictator Ferdinand Marcos in 2022 presidential race
With decisions of President Rodrigo Duterte and daughter made, the spotlight for the presidency could shift to the controversial son and namesake of the late dictator Ferdinand Marcos.
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/BELARUS-POLAND (PIX) (TV)
Monitoring the situation at the Belarus-Poland border
Monitoring the situation at the Belarus-Poland border after migrants stranded inside Belarus continue to camp at the fence and make new attempts to force their way into the EU.
16 Nov 00:00 ET / 00:00 GMT
USA-CHINA/BIDEN-XI (PIX) (TV)
Biden and China's Xi hold virtual meeting
U.S. President Joe Biden conducts virtual meeting with Chinese leader Xi Jinping, but officials stress it is unlikely to yield long list of specific outcomes.
16 Nov 01:30 ET / 01:30 GMT
HONGKONG-SECURITY/CARRIE LAM (TV)
Hong Kong leader speaks in weekly news briefing
Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam holds a weekly news briefing.
16 Nov 01:30 ET / 01:30 GMT
EUROPE-MIGRANTS/BELARUS-POLAND-FUNERAL (PIX) (TV)
Syrian migrant burried by Poland after perishing in crossing from Belarus
The first funeral of a migrant who died trying to cross into the European Union from Belarus took place in near complete on Monday evening in an eastern Polish village with a live video call connection to the 19-year-old's relatives in Syria.
16 Nov 10:00 ET / 10:00 GMT
Colombian troop surge seeks to stem drug-fuelled Venezuelan border violence
Camouflaged Colombian troops with guns and anti-COVID masks creep through dense vegetation in suffocating heat, ready for their many enemies criss-crossing the Venezuelan border. The soldiers are part of a 14,000-strong military unit created last month to stem rising bloodshed in the northeastern province of Norte de Santander: the new epicenter of internal conflict, fuelled by rising cocaine production.
16 Nov 13:00 ET / 13:00 GMT
Court case over Trump taxes to continue in federal court
Lawyers for former President Donald Trump will appear in federal court in an effort to block the IRS from handing his tax returns to a congressional committee. The DOJ and House Dems are seeking to dismiss the case after DOJ declared the House should get the records it seeks.
16 Nov 15:00 ET / 15:00 GMT
BUSINESS / ECONOMICS
Quebec execs face "language-shaming" in wake of Air Canada CEO controversy
Quebec English-speaking chief executives are facing "language-shaming" for their limited French skills, as a recent controversy involving the unilingual head of Air Canada reverberates through corporate Quebec.
Colombia Gold Symposium conference takes place in Medellin
The Colombia Gold Symposium conference, which brings together major miners, aggregators and industry experts will take place in Medellin.
BMW holds roundtable with CFO Nicolas Peter BMW's Chief Financial Officer Nicolas Peter holds a roundtable with journalists in Frankfurt.
INSIGHT-Saudi Arabia's race to attract investment
An insightful story about Saudi Arabia's race to attract the foreign investment it needs to turn its vision of a future beyond oil into a reality over the coming decade.
16 Nov 04:00 ET / 04:00 GMT
In coming year, most new global oil supply is likely going to come from the U.S.
The world oil market may not be able to count on much new supply from OPEC nations in 2022. Instead, the primary locales for increased output in the coming year will be in the Western Hemisphere - the United States, Guyana, Brazil and Canada.
16 Nov 06:00 ET / 06:00 GMT
Britain expected to order in-depth probe of Nvidia's ARM deal
Britain is expected to order an in-depth investigation of Nvidia Corp's planned $40 billion acquisition of chip designer ARM from Softbank over antitrust and national security concerns.
16 Nov 07:00 ET / 07:00 GMT
EMBARGOED - Net-zero pledges and climate metrics will pressure coal power, investors say
Grand ambitions to wind down the world's coal use should be accelerated by corporate net-zero pledges and better metrics showing where globally-connected companies get their power, investors said.
16 Nov 12:00 ET / 12:00 GMT
Central bank bond buying auction results
16 Nov 12:00 ET / 12:00 GMT
British Environment minister Eustice quesitoned by lawmakers on labour shortages in food and farming
Britain's minister for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, George Eustice, is questioned by a committee of lawmakers on the government response to the labour shortage crisis in the food and farming sectors.
16 Nov 14:30 ET / 14:30 GMT
Russia's FinMin announces OFZ bond auctions
Russia's Finance Ministry announces OFZ bond auctions for Wednesday
16 Nov 16:00 ET / 16:00 GMT
CRIME / LAW / JUSTICE
PEOPLE-GHISLAINE MAXWELL/ (TV)
In person jury selection starts in sex crimes trial of Epstein associate Maxwell
In-person questioning of jurors begins in the sex crimes trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, a British socialite charged by U.S. prosecutors with helping recruit and groom underage girls for her longtime associate, Jeffrey Epstein, to abuse. The jury selection process is expected to last until November 19.
ATHLETICS-KENYA/ (PIX) (TV)
Husband of slain Kenyan runner Tirop to enter plea to murder charges
The husband of Kenya's record-smashing long-distance runner, Agnes Tirop, is due to appear in court to answer charges in relation to her death. Last week, the court ordered him to undergo a mental health test before entering a plea in the case, which has shone a spotlight on violence against women in the East African nation.
EXPLAINER - The search for a fair jury for Ghislaine Maxwell's sex crimes trial
An explainer about the jury selection process for the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, which begins on Tuesday. Maxwell, a British socialite, is accused of grooming underage girls for the late financier Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse.
16 Nov 14:00 ET / 14:00 GMT
NBA - Dwyane Wade discusses his career and the state of the league
Three-time NBA champion Dwyane Wade sits down with Reuters to discuss his new book and the current state of the league.
ARTS / CULTURE / ENTERTAINMENT
Mark Rothko painting could smash records at Sotheby's auction
A painting by abstract artist Mark Rothko, and a sculpture by Alberto Giacometti could smash record at the Macklowe Collection auction at Sotheby's in New York
15 Nov 00:00 ET / 00:00 GMT
DISASTERS / ACCIDENTS
Estonia, Sweden and Finland present findings in recent Estonia shipwreck probe
Estonia's, Sweden's and Finland's accident investigation authorities present results of fresh investigations of MS Estonia, which sank in the Baltic Sea 27 years ago with the loss of 852 lives, and the seabed around the wreck, at a joint news conference in Estonia's capital Tallinn.
16 Nov 10:30 ET / 10:30 GMT
SCIENCE / TECHNOLOGY
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA-DOGS (PIX) (TV)
Ollie the dog helps U.S. kids with vaccine hesitancy one jab at a time
There is no vaccine hesitancy like that of a 9-year-old girl staring down the glint of a hypodermic needle. And there is no remedy quite like Ollie, a 6-year-old goldendoodle therapy dog who is helping kids at Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego overcome the anxiety associated with getting a COVID-19 vaccine.
16 Nov 11:00 ET / 11:00 GMT
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