EARLYBIRD: HEADLINES FROM AROUND THE WEB
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, 81, who had a stent implanted, was expected to be back at work on Monday.
Senate confirmation of Antonio Weiss as an under secretary of the Treasury could be hindered by corporate mergers he was involved in as an executive at Lazard.
The broader significance of the report is that societies collectively forget according to the same formula as, say, a student who has studied a list of words.
President Obama celebrated his favorite holiday -- Thanksgiving -- with phone calls to U.S. troops, something he often does to mark the holiday.
The Republican turned Democrat is outlining a campaign focused on economic inequality.
A Texas woman has founded Fund Texas Choice, to help finance lodging and transportation when nearby facilities are shut down.
The first daughters didn't appear amused by their dad's corny jokes at the annual turkey pardon.
Cheap gas, job growth, worker confidence, home prices and household debt offer positive signs for the future.
On Thanksgiving, Senior Correspondent Mike Causey remembers those federal employees who are working today.
If it wins federal and state legislative approval, Wyoming will join 27 states that have added program coverage under the Affordable Care Act.