Obama and his family hand out food ahead of Thanksgiving
President Obama and his family helped distribute food to needy families ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday at Bread for the City, a charity organization in Washington, D.C.
Obama jokes about using executive action to pardon a turkey
The chosen turkeys, Mac and Cheese, will live out their days at a Virginia farm
Obama pardons "Cheese," the Thanksgiving turkey
President Obama delivers brief remarks about Thanksgiving before offering a presidential pardon to "Cheese," this year's lucky Turkey.
Jonathan Gruber to testify before House panel on Obamacare
The former Obamacare adviser will appear before Darrell Issa's committee before the end of the year
Feds threaten to act against airbag maker Takata
Fines, legal action threatened if Takata fails to admit driver's side airbag inflators are defective and agrees to recall
Ruth Bader Ginsburg undergoes heart procedure
The Supreme Court Justice had a stent put into her right coronary artery
Angelina Jolie considering a political career
Actress, director and humanitarian says she'd consider a move into politics "if I felt I could really make a difference"
Michele Flournoy won't be the next secretary of defense
Pentagon chief Chuck Hagel announced his decision to step down on Monday, and the list of potential successors is dwindling
White House turkeys compete for pardon on Twitter
The public has until 1 p.m. to choose which gobbler gets the privilege
Obama: "No sympathy" for destructive protesters in Ferguson
President Obama is acknowledging the need to improve race relations in the U.S. During an immigration speech in Chicago Tuesday, he outlined steps he will take in response to Michael Brown's death. Charlie Rose reports.