EARLYBIRD: HEADLINES FROM AROUND THE WEB

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Daniel R. Elliott III, Chairman, Surface Transportation Board

The news from this year's "Best Places to Work in the Federal Government" list is ... not that great. It shows federal employees' morale at the lowest point in ...

December 17 FEDERAL NEWS RADIO

Rick Perry is really really really very wrong about Hanukkah

On Tuesday night, Texas Gov. Rick Perry -- long a public fan of Judaism -- marked the beginning of the Jewish festival of Hanukkah by comparing it to the ...

December 17 CNN POLITICS

Obama speaks to Australia PM about hostage crisis

The president praises Australia for its resilience in wake of deadly hostage situation.         

December 17 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

USAID head to step down

Rajiv Shah says he will step down in mid-February.         

December 17 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

Hagel sends condolences to the people of Pakistan

Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel sent condolences to his counterpart in Pakistan yesterday.

December 17 FEDERAL NEWS RADIO

Obamas say they're still affected by everyday racism

They're the most powerful couple in the country but President Barack Obama and the First Lady Michelle Obama say they're sometimes still treated like the help.

December 17 CNN POLITICS

U.S. and Cuba to Start Talks on Normalizing Relations

The revelation came as the Cuban government, citing “humanitarian grounds,” on Wednesday released Alan P. Gross, an American contractor it had held in ...

December 17 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Cuba releases American Alan Gross in prisoner swap

U.S. contractor Alan Gross, held by the Cuban government since 2009, was freed Wednesday as part of a landmark deal with Cuba that paves the way for a major ...

December 17 CNN POLITICS

Wednesday federal headlines - December 17, 2014

The Federal Headlines is a daily compilation of the stories you hear discussed on Federal News Radio each day. It is designed to give FederalNewsRadio.com ...

December 17 FEDERAL NEWS RADIO

Obamas discuss racist experiences

Barack and Michelle Obama say they've seen their share of racism.         

December 17 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON