Obama: No credible intelligence about plot against US

President Barack Obama said there currently is no “specific and credible” intelligence indicating a terrorist plot on the United States. While he encouraged Americans to remain vigilant, he urged people to go about their normal activities around Thanksgiving.

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Syrian army confirms rescue of Russian pilot

Syria’s army is confirming that it has rescued a Russian pilot whose plane was shot down by Turkey in an overnight “qualitative” joint operation with Russian forces.

Freebies for the 2015 holiday season

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He jumped into Normandy, ran spies in Moscow, retired at 90

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The greatest Thanksgiving games in NFL history

Football is a Thanksgiving tradition. Before Thursday’s slate of games, we look back on the 10 best from years past. Redskins fans will wince at the memory of at least one of them.

Rubio finesses abortion stance criticized by Democrats

While Rubio’s policy position remains the same, his tone and emphasis in a recent interview were notably different than during the August GOP debate, in response to question about rape and incest exceptions.

Past IRS commissioners: Enough with the budget cuts

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