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Courage, the National Thanksgiving turkey, waits to be pardoned at the North Portico of the White House Tuesday, November 25, 2009.

For Thanksgiving, Why Does the President Only Pardon White Turkeys?

Notable heritage breeds don't make it to 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., thanks to the industrial turkey farming lobby's lock on the annual event.

Play of the Day: Thanksgiving Predictions

Black Friday shoppers are a bigger threat than the weather.

When Will Hillary Clinton Stake Out Her Policy Positions?

Whenever she wants to—for better or for worse.

Feds Accuse Sony of Overhyping PlayStation Features

If you bought a PlayStation Vita, you could soon be getting a refund thanks to a federal settlement.

Nearly 1 Million Feds Will Soon Be Notified of Their Right to Join Shutdown Lawsuit

After initial ruling in their favor, shutdown-excepted employees continue lawsuit looking for bonus compensation.

Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y.

Schumer: Government Management Failures Contributed to Democrats’ Midterm Losses

Obamacare and veterans’ health debacles hurt Americans’ faith in government, senator says.

Smoke billows behind an Islamic State group sign during clashes between militants from the Islamic State group and Iraqi security forces in Iraq.

FBI Accuses Two Young Minnesotans of Planning to Join Extremists in Syria

A 20-year-old Somali American is believed to have made it to Syria; his 18-year-old friend was stopped before he could leave the U.S.

Federal Employees Really, Really Like Their Health Benefits

Survey shows near unanimous support for FEHBP.