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November 18, 2004 | Last Updated 3:35 p.m. (EST)
President Bush Nominates Margaret Spellings as Secretary of Education
President Bush on Wednesday said, "In Margaret Spellings, America's children, teachers and parents will have a principled, determined ally in my Cabinet. She has my complete trust and she will be an outstanding Secretary of Education."

President Bush Names Harriet Miers as Top Counsel
President George W. Bush on Wednesday announced his intention to appoint Harriet Miers to be Counsel to the President. Ms. Miers will fill the position held by Judge Alberto Gonzales, following his confirmation by the Senate.

President's Remarks at the Clinton Presidential Center Dedication
President Bush on Thursday said, "Laura and I are really pleased to be a part of this happy and historic occasion. On this day of dedication, we honor the man from Hope, Arkansas, who became the 42nd President of the United States."

President Pardons "Biscuits and Gravy" in Annual Turkey Ceremony
President Bush on Wednesday said, "The National Thanksgiving Turkey will soon be on stage for all to see, but he's not going to end up on the table. I'm granting him a Presidential Pardon."
In Focus: Thanksgiving 2004

President Nominates Condoleezza Rice as Secretary of State
President Bush on Tuesday said, "The Secretary of State is America's face to the world. And in Dr. Rice, the world will see the strength, the grace and the decency of our country."

Press Briefing by Scott McClellan
Watch Wednesday's Press Briefing with White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan.

President George W. Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney participate in the annual pardoning of the National Turkey in the Rose Garden Nov. 17, 2004. "We are a nation founded by men and women who deeply felt their dependence on God and always gave Him thanks and praise. As we prepare for Thanksgiving in 2004, we have much to be thankful for: our families, our friends, our beautiful country, and the freedom granted to each one of us by the Almighty," said the President in his remarks.

White House Turkey Guy on Ask
The White House Turkey guy (Christopher Smith) answered your questions on the annual pardoning of the Thanksgiving Turkey on Wednesday. Read the Full Transcript.
Q:David from Massachusetts:
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Gobble the Vote
The public has spoken and the names for this year's Thanksgiving Turkey and runner up have been selected. Your vote made a difference. Click here to watch the ceremony and to learn more about the annual ceremony.
A dignified new civic space featuring pedestrian-friendly amenities and site furnishings now graces the famous stretch of Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the White House.
The First Dog
What's up with the President's Scottish Terrier, Barney? We'll keep you posted on his happenings. Click here for the latest.....

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