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6th committee is considering next steps after former president Donald Trump failed to appear for testimony under subpoena, more from CBS as Scott mcfarlane. The deadline for him to sit with them for an interview, according to their subpoena, was November 14th. Didn't happen. The request for documents was deadline earlier this month for November 4th. Didn't happen in a statement, those issued Monday night, the January 6th committee says, the former president is doing what thousands of other witnesses did not do. Failing to come forward and that he's making a legal challenge, which echoes legal arguments, courts have thrown out in the past. The former president is expected to announce a 2024 run tonight. CBS News projects Democrat Katie Hobbs will defeat Republican Kerry Lake and become Arizona's next governor, more from CBS Christina rafini. Trump back Carrie Lake the Republican has been critical of the voting system in Arizona accusing officials in Maricopa County of incompetence, but those accusations were not backed up by evidence. Indonesian president joko widodo today called on the G 20 leaders meeting in his country to work on ending the war apparently a reference to Russia's invasion of Ukraine. Another World War. President Biden is at the G 20 summit, Russian president Vladimir Putin is not. Understatement today from treasury secretary Janet Yellen in an interview with CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy cordes at the G 20 summit in Bali. In some ways, the crypto space has inadequate regulation. Last week, the FTX currency exchange shocked investors by declaring bankruptcy. Google has agreed to pay almost $392 million in a settlement with 40 states over allegations that the company tracked people through their devices even if they are location tracking had been turned off. Connecticut attorney general William Tong. It is not an exaggeration to say that we live in a surveillance economy, understand that you're being tracked every minute of every day where you are. The U.S. Department of Transportation is finding 6 airlines, a total of more than $7 million for not promptly giving refunds to customers who'd had flights canceled or significantly changed. The airlines also have to give $622 million in refunds. Air travel expert Bill McGee. There were tens of thousands of flights that were scheduled and were put in reservation systems. And worst of all, the airlines collected money on, which is a form of deception, when they had reasonable doubt that they were going to be able to operate those flights. Frontier airlines is the only domestic carrier that's part of the settlement. The United Nations projects the world's population will hit 8 billion people today. Now future is up strongly NASDAQ futures up more than 1%. This is CBS News. Dell Technologies Black Friday starts now with up to 50% off select business PCs powered by 12th Chan Intel core processors call 8 7 7 ask Dell. Chicago's news traffic and weather station news radio one O 5 9 and W VM news radio dot com. It's 6 O three, you are waking up to a very wet and chilly Tuesday morning. It's so good to have you starting your day with us. I'm Cisco cotto. And I'm my Martinez, it's the first snow of the season. We know it will not be the last, a winter weather advisory in effect for Chicago. The Chicago area until 6 a.m. tomorrow, let's get the story now from AccuWeather meteorologist dean devore. Good morning, everybody. The snow is in and it's causing some problems wet and slick roads out there as we go through the day those temperatures will get up in the mid upper 30s. A little rain could mix in near the city, south of the city, northwest Indiana, but then we're back to some steadier snow tonight. General accumulations and inch or two near the lakefront, as high as four inches as you go farther inland and we have more hefty snow showers additional accumulations possible tomorrow with a windy day temperatures in the 30s real feels in the 20s, winners in. We'll talk about it with more detail in about ten minutes. Some AccuWeather meteorologist team divorced. Some snow and slushy accumulations on the roads serves as a reminder for safe driving. We get that story from wbms Dave burner. Well, look what showed up today, an odd bright white substance blanketing most of the Chicago area of substance not seen in these parts for some time. Scientists tell us it's called snow, and it's relatively harmless, but there are some issues when you drive a two ton motor vehicle on surfaces that may be covered in this seasonal precipitation. Experts remind us to take it slow, leave plenty of space between you and the car in front of you. It's time to check your windshield wipers and your wiper fluid and put that snow scraper in the trunk and overall

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