Here’s the news you need to know on Nov. 11.
Trump protests reach Salt Lake City
For the second night in a row, Utahns protested in downtown Salt Lake City and outside the Utah Capitol, chanting their disfavor for President-elect Donald Trump.
As the Deseret News reported, the protests lasted three hours outside the Wallace Bennett Federal Building before the protesters marched to the Capitol.
Protesters shouted obscenities during the protests, as well as chants like “Latino lives matter,” according to the Deseret News.
There weren’t any police disturbances, as law enforcement officials blocked off the roads so that the protesters could march peacefully.
Protester Theresa Nielson said people feel it’s time to take action now that the votes are counted.
"A lot of people understand now that we can't just go to the voting booth," Nielson said. "I hope people take away that we need to organize. That is the way to fight racism, sexism and xenophobia."
Music legend Leonard Cohen dies
Canadian singer and songwriter Leonard Cohen, known around the world for his hit “Hallelujah” that inspired hundreds of covers, died on Wednesday at the age of 82, BBC reported.
Cohen’s Facebook page first announced his death.
It is with profound sorrow we report that legendary poet, songwriter and artist, Leonard Cohen has passed away.We have...
Since the news of his death broke, a number of leaders across the world, including Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and celebrities that included Bette Midler, have honored the legend.
"It is with deep sorrow that I learned today of the death of the legendary Leonard Cohen," Trudeau said in a statement, according to BBC. "He will be fondly remembered for his gruff vocals, his self-deprecating humour and the haunting lyrics that made his songs the perennial favourite of so many generations."
Dow Jones finishes at record high
The Dow Jones banking sector closed at levels that hadn’t been seen since before the 2008 Great Recession, leading the Dow to an all-time high, according to Time magazine.
The S&P 500 sector also climbed by 3.70 percent — the highest since 2008, too.
These gains come despite a slight drop on Tuesday night after Donald Trump became president-elect.
It’s not all good news though, according to Time. Technology companies saw their shares sink since Wall Street changed its bets to benefit the areas where Trump’s presidency may help the most.
Dwayne Wade makes emotional return to Miami
Over the summer, Dwayne Wade left the Miami Heat for the Chicago Bulls, which was a surprising move for many given Wade has spent his entire career in Miami, ESPN reported.
On Thursday night, Wade returned to Miami, scoring 13 points and grabbing seven rebounds in the 98-95 victory for the Bulls.
Wade wasn’t happy with his own performance, but he said he was thrilled to return to the Florida city, according to ESPN.
"Worst basketball game I ever played in my life," Wade said, according to ESPN. "I couldn't wait until it was over. It's just weird. You're going against guys — it just seemed like we were just playing in the playoffs together. Just a good environment though, man. The fans were great. I appreciate the ovation, the cheers. The things that they were saying, I appreciate it all. But the game itself was weird."
New Star Wars ‘Rogue One’ trailer
Most people are excited about the holidays. And many are preparing for Star Wars.
If you're one of those people, here’s a new trailer released for the upcoming “Rogue One” film, due out on Dec. 16.