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Obama Pardons Turkey From 'Terrible and Delicious Fate'


President Obama gives the official presidential pardon to "Cheese" at the annual White House Thanksgiving event.






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Watch Live: Obama Pardons National Turkey


President Obama pardons the National Thanksgiving Turkey at the White House.






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Turkey Time: Twitter Will Choose Which Bird to Pardon


The Presidential turkey pardon dates back to the 19th century. These days, the Internet has allowed the White House to make the process more democratic.






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Cap It: EPA Proposes New Limit for Ozone Emissions


The new regulation would lower the current limit for ozone pollution from 75 parts per billion to between 65 to 70 parts per billion.






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Half a Million Sign Up for Obamacare in First Week


What a difference a year makes. More than 460,000 people signed up for health insurance on the federal government’s website during the first week.






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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Has Stent Placed in Her Heart


Ginsburg, 81, said in a series of interviews this year that she has no plans to retire.






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Obama Addresses Hecklers During Immigration Speech


President Obama addresses the concerns of a group a protesters who took issue with deportations during his presidency.






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A Shifting Battleground: Why Chuck Hagel Resigned


A list of possible replacements is emerging Tuesday following the sudden “forced departure” of Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel. NBC’s senior White House correspondent Chris Jansing reports.






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Obama: Policing Needs to Be 'Fair and Applied Equally'


President Obama addresses the frustrations of the protesters in Ferguson and across America.
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Flournoy Withdraws From Defense Sec. Consideration


Michele Flournoy has told the White House that she is not a candidate for Secretary of Defense, officials confirm to NBC News.






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Obama Makes Economic Pitch for Immigration Actions


Immigrants are job creators who “are good for the economy” and help boost all Americans’ wages, President Barack Obama said Tuesday while making the case for his recent executive actions on immigration.
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What Should Obama Do in the Wake of Ferguson?


Obama again finds himself at the center of a racially-charged controversy that presents a thorny policy challenge.






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Watch Live: Obama Delivers Remarks on Immigration Reform


President Obama speaks about immigration reform in Chicago.
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Schumer: Dems Should Have Pushed Jobs Over Health Care


Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-New York, said Tuesday it was a mistake for Democrats to spend their political capital on health care in 2009.






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Immigration Action Could Be Wedge Issue in Big Suburbs


Urban Suburbs are a big part of the Democrats strategy for winning national elections.






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Begin Again: Obama Fights for Rebalance on Global Stage


With a new Defense secretary coming in, now’s the time to see if the Obama White House can do more than manage the chaos.






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First Read's Morning Clips


A roundup of the most important political news stories of the day






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Hagel's Predecessors Decried White House 'Micromanaging'


Former Defense Secretaries Robert Gates and Leon Panetta recently spoke openly about what they called the perils of interference from the White House.






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You're Out: Head of Troubled Phoenix VA Hospital Removed


The head of the Phoenix veterans' hospital at the center of the Veterans Affairs scandal was formally removed on Monday, VA Secretary Robert McDonald told NBC News.






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Top Three: DNC Narrows Possible Convention Hosts


The list eliminates two previous contenders -- Phoenix, Arizona and Birmingham, Alabama.






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