Reuters: JPMorgan Chase & Co is expected to announce a $13 billion agreement with the U.S. government on Tuesday to settle claims it overstated the quality of mortgages.
New York Observer: Bloomberg News laid off dozens of staffers and eliminated some positions today in an effort to shift resources within the company.
Business Insider: A Cleveland Walmart is holding a Thanksgiving food drive for its own employees.
Reuters: The Dow and S&P 500 extended their record highs on Monday, ticking above 16,000 and 1,800 respectively.
CNN: Lance Armstrong claims former Union Cycliste Internationale (UCI) president Hein Verbruggen was directly involved in covering up his positive test for corticosteroid during the 1999 Tour de France.
AP: The U.S. Postal Service lost $5 billion over the past year, its seventh straight annual loss.
CNNMoney: Hundreds of thousands of retired union workers are facing pension cuts that could reduce their monthly payments by more than half.
BBC: China will loosen restrictions limiting most couples to having only a single child.
Wall Street Journal: President Obama says Americans who received insurance cancellation letters can keep their plans for one year.
USA Today: Snapchat's founders turned down an offer of more than $3 billion in cash from Facebook.
KHON: Hawaii became the 15th state to legalize same-sex marriage.
Associated Press: An operation dubbed Project Spade is one of the biggest child porn busts ever say Toronto police.
Time: Congress's approval rating hit a new low of just 9% of the American public, Gallup found.