EARLYBIRD: HEADLINES FROM AROUND THE WEB

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Hillary Clinton hosting fundraiser for Mary Landrieu

Former secretary of State to raise money in New York City for embattled Louisiana Democrat.         

November 26 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Money for NASA priorities at risk in next Congress

Once in charge, Republicans will elevate their priorities for space exploration.         

November 26 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Coming soon: An app to report police brutality

Reporting police brutality could just be a swipe away.

November 26 CNN POLITICS

Obama Pardons Turkey Named Cheese in Thanksgiving Tradition

In an annual Thanksgiving ritual, President Barack Obama on Wednesday pardoned a 48-pound turkey in a ceremony at the White House.

November 26 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Fact check: Spinning immigration data

Are both sides in the immigration debate misstating the facts?         

November 26 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Justice Ginsburg has stent implanted in heart procedure

Ruth Bader Ginsburg has a stent implanted to address an artery blockage.         

November 26 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

White House struggles to find Hagel successor

The White House has a big problem on its hands: finding someone to replace Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel, who was pushed out of the administration this week.

November 26 CNN POLITICS

Derek Jeter, Bill Clinton win votes for NY governor

Yes, Andrew Cuomo was re-elected as governor but some NYC voters were creative on Election Day.         

November 26 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

1 million apply on HealthCare.gov in first week

Nearly a half-million applicants selected plans.       Related StoriesWith insurance enrollment closed for most, what's next? - USA TODAYGlitches in race to ...

November 26 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

5 Questions About the EPA’s Smog Proposal

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Wednesday proposed lower limits for ground-level ozone, or smog, in the atmosphere, setting in motion the latest in ...

November 26 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)