Washington Post: Senate Democrats won an historic vote to eliminate filibusters for most presidential nominations weakening the power of the Republican minority in an increasingly partisan legislative body.
SFGate: With the help of a $250,000 federal grant, some San Francisco police officers will begin wearing cameras.
Globalpost:Vancouver has banned the humble doorknob, in a move that may set a trend around the world.
BBC: A Boeing 747 Dreamlifter cargo plane will attempt to take off from a minor airport in Kansas after it landed there by mistake.
Forbes: Major League Soccer is gaining major ground in the U.S.
USA Today: President Obama awarded Bill Clinton and 15 other Americans the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
Salon: Ashton Kutcher sparred with Walmart over Twitter.
New York Post: Many older workers have majorly underestimated their financial needs in retirement and are being forced to stay in the workforce.
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.