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in Sports

Lions, Eagles, Seahawks have triumphant turkey day

Philadelphia and Detroit both served up Thanksgiving Day routs while Seattle boosted their playoff hopes.

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in National

FedEx predicts increase in holiday deliveries

It's going to be another record-setting holiday season for shipments.

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in Black Friday, Entertainment

‘Frozen’ tops Barbie as top girls’ holiday pick

The results marked the first time in 11 years that Barbie hasn't held the No. 1 spot in the annual toy survey.

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in National

Black Friday gun buys test background check system

As stores crowd with holiday shoppers, gun buyers will be challenging the nation's background check system to keep up.

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in Black Friday, Viral Videos

Black Friday facts that will make you think twice

Before you wait in line for doorbuster deals, check out these Black Friday facts.

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‘Friends of the Galaxy’ mashup

If "Guardians of the Galaxy" was set to the "Friends" theme.

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in Entertainment

Today in entertainment history: Nov. 28

A look at the Hollywood headlines that went down in history.

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in Black Friday, National

PHOTOS: Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

The 88th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade stepped off in NYC, officially ushering in the holiday season.

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in National

Thanksgiving grease cooks up plumbing disasters

Thanksgiving is a royal pain in the U.S. drain.

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Jimmy Fallon’s favorite #ThanksgivingFails

Think you've had a rough Thanksgiving? It could always be worse.

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in National

Ebola survivors thankful for ‘second chance’

Six of the nine Ebola patients treated in the U.S. met for the first time.

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in National

Thanksgiving travel at a 7-year high

More than 46 million Americans are expected to travel over the holiday weekend.

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History of the holiday: Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving celebrations date back to the first European settlements in America, but it wasn't until the 1860s that it was declared a national holiday.

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in Weird

Is that banana loaded?

A Colorado man is facing a felony charge after two deputies say he pointed a banana at them.

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in Entertainment

Today in entertainment history: Nov. 27

A look at some of the Hollywood headlines that made history.

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in Black Friday, Entertainment, National

Obama pardons ‘Cheese,’ America’s top turkey

The President pardoned the official Thanksgiving turkey in a tradition that is truly American.

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in Sports

Source: Redskins to start Colt McCoy over RG3

The Washington Redskins plan to start Colt McCoy over Robert Griffin III on Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts.

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in Entertainment

Harrison Ford signs on to ‘Blade Runner’ sequel

The actor will reprise his 1982 role as bounty hunter Rick Deckard.

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in Black Friday, Entertainment

Sting, ‘Sesame Street’ set for Macy’s parade

KISS, Miss USA Nia Sanchez, Nick Jonas, and Idina Menzel are also set to take part in the 88th annual parade.

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in Viral Videos, Weird

WATCH: Passengers in Russia’s Arctic give airliner a push

In other countries, you may be asked to push a car stuck in the mud. In Russia, it's a jet.

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in Entertainment, Weird

New Jersey Christmas tree controlled by tweets

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Twitter users anywhere in the world can control the lights on this holiday display.

in Entertainment

Leaked Sony emails reveal Idris Elba in line for ‘Bond’

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A leaked Sony email named British actor Idris Elba as the frontrunner to replace Daniel Craig as James Bond.

in Music

Kelly Clarkson pulls off star-studded Christmas concert in 85 days

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The first-ever Miracle on Broadway event raised over $400,000 for Tennessee-area charities.

in Entertainment

Sarah Jessica Parker eyes return to small screen

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The "Sex and the City" star could be heading back to HBO.

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Obama: Sony hack not an act of war

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President Barack Obama says the massive hacking was not an act of war but instead was cyber-vandalism.