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WASHINGTON (AP) — House Speaker Paul Ryan is calling out Donald Trump — without naming him — for his proposal to bar Muslim immigrants and visitors from entering the U.S. Ryan says such views are "not what this party stands for" and "not what this country stands for." Ryan spoke to reporters following a closed-door GOP caucus meeting.

MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C. (AP) — Donald Trump is refusing to back down on his Muslim migration proposal. Saying he doesn't care about his critics, including fellow Republicans, Trump told CNN — quote — "I'm doing what's right."

NEW YORK (AP) — Chipotle says it believes norovirus is to blame for sickening more than two dozen Boston College students who'd eaten at its restaurant. The company says it thinks the illnesses are an isolated incident, unrelated to an outbreak of E. coli cases tied to its restaurants.

WASHINGTON (AP) — More evidence the U.S. job market is slowly improving. Employers advertised fewer jobs in October, though overall hiring picked up and the number of people quitting their job rose slightly. The Labor Department says the number of job postings fell 2.7 percent last month to a still-healthy 5.4 million.

HELSINKI (AP) — Finland is celebrating the 150th birthday today of native son composer Jean Sibelius (zhahn see-BAY'-lee-us). More than 1,000 people gathered in the bright sunshine on the steps of Helsinki Cathedral to sing the Finlandia hymn written by Sibelius, who died in 1957.

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