Two Occupy DC protesters on Thanksgiving Day. (Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images)

In other news:

Why is DPW fining a Dupont resident for disposing of her homemade cat litter? (WTTG-TV)

Brookland residents endorse mixed-use project near Metro — barely (@tbridge, Housing Complex, DCmud)

D.C. Council ponders pulling parking stickers from college students (TBD, WRC-TV, WJLA-TV)

Tom Sherwood reminds us what happens if an elected official resigns — or several of them. Do note: “There’s no hidden agenda, secret message or signal intended.” (WRc-TV)

Initial campaign finance reports from Yvette Alexander and Muriel Bowser listed very little donor employment information (WaTimes)

Corporate contributions to incumbents skyrocket (WAMU-FM)

Jeff Thompson’s campaign money is MIA (Loose Lips)

Gray and governors agree on minor Metro board reforms (Examiner)

Hearing set on “community schools” bill (Examiner)

Soon-to-be BOEE chair Deborah Nichols isn’t a saint, says Jonetta Rose Barras: “[T]he District doesn’t need someone who has mastered the art of winning influential friends.” (Examiner)

If you couldn’t be at Saturday’s Khan-Peterson fight, reading this is the next best thing (Deadspin)

And Lamont Peterson says there will be a rematch (Post)

Civil War-era photos of Washington on display at Lincoln cottage (HuffPo)

”Metro Spent $200,000 on a Study Imagining D.C. with No Metro” (City Desk)

NPR’s Steve Inskeep on what Shaw and Karachi have in common (Atlantic Cities)

Pedicab drivers again complaining about Park Police interactions (WAMU-FM)

And Eleanor Holmes Norton wants Park Service to sit down with them (AP)

On the special-ed transport call center (Examiner)

Fired employee of city-contracted mental health clinic accuses it of Medicaid fraud (WaTimes)

In praise of D.C.-as-insurance-tax-haven (Out of the Storm)

Southwest Waterfront bill heads to Senate markup (Capital Land)

Woman, 85, assaulted, purse snatched and car stolen in Brookland (WRC-TV)

Disaster drills today at Nats Park (WTOP)

Eataly is coming — to where is unclear (Capital Business)