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20 easy ways to burn 100 calories

Need to work off that Thanksgiving dinner? Check out Self magazine's list of easy ways to burn 100 calories.

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On this day: November 27

Alfred Nobel establishes the Nobel Prize, Baby Face Nelson dies in a shootout with the FBI, Harvey Milk is assassinated, MTV bans Madonna, and Tiger Woods crashes his SUV, all on this day.

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States most likely to have a miserable Thanksgiving

Ah, Thanksgiving. A time for friends, family and...fighting. Find out where it's likely to be the worst this Turkey Day.

Tips for braving stormy holiday travel

A storm is set to dump rain and snow across most of the eastern U.S. -- just in time to wreak havoc on Thanksgiving travel. Follow these tips from CNN for (hopefully) calm travels this holiday.

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Holiday foods to keep away from pets

The holidays are all about food, but there are some goodies you need to keep away from pets.

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On this day: November 26

Thanksgiving Day becomes an official holiday, "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" is published, the NHL is formed, "Casablanca" premieres, and the Concorde lands for the last time, all on this day.

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Ferguson reacts to grand jury decision

The announcement of a grand jury's decision not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown was met with chaos Monday night.

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Nation reacts to Ferguson decision

A grand jury's decision not to indict Ferguson, Missouri, police officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of unarmed teen Michael Brown set off demonstrations across the United States Monday night.

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Thanksgiving Day fast facts

Here's some background information about Thanksgiving Day, celebrated in the United States on the fourth Thursday in November. In 2014, Thanksgiving is Nov. 27th.

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Prosecutor releases photos of Darren Wilson

Photos of Officer Darren Wilson as released by the St. Louis County taken on the day of the altercation with Michael Brown. 

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10 foods that can make you grumpy

Avoid these 10 foods that can wreck your mood and turn you into a grump.

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On this day: November 25

Woody Woodpecker makes his debut, the "Hollywood Ten" are blacklisted, JFK is buried, The Band performs its "Last Waltz," and a British supergroup sings for Ethiopia, all on this day.

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Teen's shooting death sparks protests in Ferguson

Take a look at images of the protests surrounding Brown's death.

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Faces of Obama's cabinet

Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, who has served in this position since February 2013, was forced out by President Barack Obama on Monday. Take a look at other faces in Obama's Cabinet.

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Notable food recalls

A Minnesota beef distributor has enacted a nationwide recall of 1,200 pounds of its ground beef products for possible E. coli contamination. Here are other notable food recalls that made headlines.

Notable deaths of 2014

From legendary actors to fashion designers, take a look at the most notable deaths of 2014.

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Best performances from the 2014 American Music Awards

While plenty of awards were dished out at the 42nd American Music Awards in Los Angeles, California, on Nov. 23, 2014, most viewers were more interested in the variety of the performers and the showmanship they brought to the stage.

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On this day: November 24

Charles Darwin publishes "On the Origin of Species," Jack Ruby shoots Lee Harvey Oswald, D. B. Cooper leaps from a plane, and Freddie Mercury dies, all on this day.

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Save the most on your grocery bill

Buying food for Thanksgiving dinner? Check out ways you can maximize your grocery store dollar.

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20 Black Friday shopping tips

The day after Thanksgiving -- known as Black Friday -- is one of the year's biggest shopping days. Get prepared with shopping tips from Consumer Reports so you can get the best deals of the season.

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On this day: November 23

The first jukebox goes into service, JFK lays in repose at the White House, "Doctor Who" debuts on TV, and "Three Men and a Baby" cleans up at the box office, all on this day.

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On this day: November 22

A notorious pirate is captured and killed, RCA Victor buys Elvis' contract from Sun Records, the nation mourns a president, The Beatles release "The White Album," and "Toy Story" premieres, all on this day.

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What to know about Obama's immigration initiative

President Barack Obama announced an executive action Thursday that implements major changes to the country's immigration policies. Click on to find out more about the changes.

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On this day: November 21

Thomas Edison announces the phonograph, "Frankenstein" and "Rocky" premiere 45 years apart, Tweety Bird makes his debut, and millions tune in to find out "who shot J.R.," all on this day.

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Boost your immunity -- naturally

Cold and flu season is here. Find out how you can naturally boost your immunity and keep those germs away.

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Celebrities who are out and proud

Country star Ty Herndon See some of the other celebrities who are openly gay -- and proud of it.

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Graco stroller recall in pictures

Graco has recalled 11 of its strollers due to fingertip amputation hazards. Check out which models are affected.

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Historic snowfall buries parts of New York

Areas of upstate New York are buried under more than 6 feet of snow -- and more is on its way.

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Immigration in America: A history

With the president set to unveil a major immigration plan tonight, look back at the tumultuous history of this issue in America.

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States with the coldest winters

Much of the nation is shivering under a blast of arctic air. But where are winters the coldest?

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On this day: November 20

The Nuremberg Trials begin, Princess Elizabeth gets married, "Terms of Endearment" premieres in New York City, Windows 1.0 is released, and Michael Jackson is arrested, all on this day.

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Deadly school shootings in U.S. history

Look back at major school shootings in U.S. history.

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Store closings in 2014

Staples says it's closing 170 stores, the latest in a slew of store closings in 2014.

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Meet People's new 'Sexiest Man Alive'

Actor Chris Hemsworth is People's new "Sexiest Man Alive." Take a look at other past winners.

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States with the most undocumented immigrants

The immigration debate is heating up again. Find out which states are home to the most undocumented immigrants, according to the latest data available.

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On this day: November 19

Lincoln delivers the Gettysburg Address, Ford discontinues the Edsel, Rocky and Bullwinkle make their debut, Milli Vanilli lose their Grammy, and the first Wii goes on sale, all on this day.

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Oxford's 2014 words of the year

Check out this year's word of the year by Oxford Dictionaries, as well as other contenders and past winners.

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NFL players in trouble with the law

Adrian Peterson has been suspended for the rest of the NFL season over his child abuse case. Take a look at a list of some of the more prominent NFL athletes who have had legal run-ins.

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On this day: November 18

William Tell shows off his archery skills, railroads create the first time zones, Mickey Mouse hits theaters in "Steamboat Willie," and Jim Jones leads his Peoples Temple cult in a mass murder-suicide, all on this day.

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10 big sugar shockers

Sugar is in just about everything these days, but these 10 foods are truly sugar shockers.

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States with the most homeless children

The number of homeless children in the U.S. has surged in recent years to an all-time high of 2.5 million. Find out where kids are suffering most.

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Americans detained abroad

U.S. aid worker Peter Kassig is the latest hostage to be beheaded by the militant group ISIS. Here's a look at other Americans who have been detained abroad and their fates.

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12 things to know about Pope Francis

Pope Francis will make his first trip to the United States as pontiff next September. Here are 12 interesting facts about this non-conformist leader of the Catholic Church.

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On this day: November 17

The Elizabethan era begins, Congress holds its first session in Washington, D.C., the computer mouse is patented, John Lennon releases his final album, and "Twilight" premieres, all on this day.

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Little known origins of common household items

Have you ever thought about where aluminum foil came from? How about pizza boxes? Take a look at the little known origins of common household items.

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10 ideas for Thanksgiving leftovers

Anticipating a lot of leftovers after next week's Thanksgiving feast? Click here for 10 tips on what to do with that extra food.

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On this day: November 16

Coca-Cola patents its iconic contoured bottle, Al Capone leaves prison, Luke and Laura get married, Harry Potter makes his movie debut, and Prince William and Kate Middleton announce their engagement, all on this day.

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On this day: November 15

Sherman begins his march to the sea, FDR lays the cornerstone of the Jefferson Memorial, Elvis Presley makes his movie debut, and Joey Buttafuoco heads to jail, all on this day.

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Talking turkey and more

Take this one before your second helping!

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History quiz: The art of war

What happened on this day in history?

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