Today in Pictures: Turkey Pardoned, Fall of Goma, Egyptian Protests

Nov 21, 2012 2:57pm

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Cargill Floor Supervisor Lucas Harrington, left, and Cargill Food Mill Supervisor Craig Miller “guard” the two turkeys at West Rockingham Ruritan Park that are bound for the White House, Nov. 19, 2012, in Rockingham County, Va. The turkeys are expected to be pardoned by President Barack Obama and live out their days on George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate. (Nikki Fox/The Daily News-Record/AP Photo)

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