At the 67th anniversary of the National Thanksgiving Turkey presentation, Obama will pardon a turkey and reflect upon the Thanksgiving holiday.

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Obama pardons the National Thanksgiving Turkeys

At the 67th anniversary of the National Thanksgiving Turkey presentation on Wednesday, President Obama pardoned two Ohio turkeys that will now live at the home of a former Virginia governor.

The 'Boehner brine'

House Speaker John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) posted a video revealing the secrets to his Thanksgiving turkey recipe: It involves a maple syrup brine, a bucket, and the perfect amount of resting time.

Carly Fiorina: 'We declare the end of the Obama era'

Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina addressed the crowd at the 2014 Conservative Political Action Committee in March, where she discussed her views on leadership. Fiorina is exploring a potential 2016 presidential run as a Republican.

A digital snowfall in the White House

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Kurdish forces engage in shootout with Islamic State

Kurdish peshmerga forces clashed with Islamic State insurgents south of the oil-rich city of Kirkuk in Iraq late on Tuesday.

Obama sells immigration plan in Chicago

President Obama said Tuesday that contributions to the U.S. by a broad patchwork of immigrants help justify the steps he took to protect workers illegally in the country.

Obama criticizes destruction in Ferguson

Speaking at an immigration event in Chicago on Tuesday, President Obama addressed the unrest in Ferguson, Mo., saying, “Nothing of benefit, nothing of significance results from destructive acts.” He also announced that he and Attorney General Eric Holder will hold a series of meetings around the country focusing on race and community relations with police departments.

Holder ‘disappointed’ by violence in Ferguson

Attorney General Eric Holder says he's "disappointed" by the violence that followed the Ferguson grand jury decision.

Unrest in Ferguson: A timeline of events

A grand jury has declined to indict Ferguson, Mo., police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown. Here is a look back at the events following the August shooting.

1994 ad 'Change That's Working' attacks Maria Cantwell

An opponent ties Sen. Maria Cantwell's (D-Wash.) voting record to then-President Bill Clinton during her 1994 run for Senate.

Ohio turkeys selected for presidential pardon

Two turkeys from Cooper Farms in western Ohio have been chosen to receive an official pardon from President Obama to mark the Thanksgiving holiday.

Buildings torched as chaos fills Ferguson

Protesters blocked highways and burned buildings and cars in Ferguson, Mo., after a grand jury decided not to indict police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown.

Obama urges calm in Ferguson after jury's decision

President Obama responded to the grand jury's decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo., Monday night, saying that progress is possible.

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Post staffers discuss the impact and legacy of the former D.C. mayor and political “rock star.”

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