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Justice Ginsburg Released From Hospital After Heart Surgery

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 81, who had a stent implanted, was expected to be back at work on Monday.

5:34 PM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Obama Thanksgiving: Call troops, dine at White House

President Obama celebrated his favorite holiday -- Thanksgiving -- with phone calls to U.S. troops, something he often does to mark the holiday.

1:18 PM ET CNN POLITICS

Ex-senator Jim Webb may be ready to challenge Hillary

The Republican turned Democrat is outlining a campaign focused on economic inequality.         

12:01 PM ET USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Sasha, Malia unimpressed by turkey pardon

The first daughters didn't appear amused by their dad's corny jokes at the annual turkey pardon.

10:43 AM ET CNN POLITICS

Welcome Signs: Five Economic Trends to Be Thankful For

Cheap gas, job growth, worker confidence, home prices and household debt offer positive signs for the future.

7:37 AM ET NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Just another day at the office

On Thanksgiving, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey remembers those federal employees who are working today.

2:00 AM ET FEDERAL NEWS RADIO

Wyoming Devises Plan to Expand Medicaid

If it wins federal and state legislative approval, Wyoming will join 27 states that have added program coverage under the Affordable Care Act.

November 26 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Rescuers in Yemen Sought American, Officials Say

A journalist held by a Qaeda affiliate was a target in a raid this week by Special Operations commandos and Yemeni troops, according to U.S. and Yemeni ...

November 26 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

News Analysis: Obama Builds Environmental Legacy With 1970 Law

Leaning on the Clean Air Act, President Obama has reshaped environmental policy more than any previous occupant of the White House.

November 26 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Food for Thought: Calories on Menus: Nationwide Experiment Into Human Behavior

Previous studies of the effect of posting calorie counts on menus reveal little or no change in behavior. But now there’s a really big sample size.

November 26 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS