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How a museum of living history grapples with a changing world.
Slightly dreading the impending social interaction? We've got you covered.
In 2014, 11 percent of Americans indicated that Obama was most likely to spur an argument. In 2017, that figure was 37 percent for Trump.
Or should that be the ins and outs?
When dealing with opinionated family members, how much alcohol is too much? Has anyone's stomach actually burst from eating too much? Why am I apparently unable to digest entire kernels of corn?
A film critic and a firefighter break down all your Yule-log streaming options.
The population of wild turkeys has soared, and that has brought turkey-human clashes to rooftops, windows and intersections across the country.
I know that there are a lot of guides out there suggesting otherwise, but it is possible that you may not get into a political fight this Thanksgiving.
The only problem with this TV is that all other TV viewing experiences will start to pale in comparison.
As irksomely perfect as his existence may seem, Hammer's journey from the "fucking paradise" of the Cayman Islands to movie star (a label that makes him bristle) has faced its fair share of false starts.
This year, a team of Labrador retrievers trained to sniff out body-worn explosives will help lock down NYC's Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
So far, Google and Twitter have not detailed their plans.
CNN surveyed 112 Puerto Rican funeral homes to check the accuracy of the official hurricane death toll. This is what they found.
Despite decades of public fascination, there was nothing of merit to the cult murderer's music.
A closer look at how a journalist coaxed a movie producer into providing negative information on a potential Weinstein accuser.
Ahead of James Franco's "The Disaster Artist," we talked to the creators, authors, and fans to understand the making of the movie based on the book about the making of the best bad movie ever made.
Interviews with eight current and former staffers, all of whom spoke on the condition of anonymity for fear of professional repercussions, suggest the newsroom was ill-prepared to execute the proverbial pivot.
Hari Kondabolu's "The Problem With Apu" doesn't have all the answers, but it opens the discussion about minority cartoon characters and the white actors who portray them.
In the wake of a truly bizarre article at The Daily Beast in which HQ CEO Rus Yusupov threatened to fire the app's host Scott Rogowski, The Outline caught up with Scott to see how he's doing.
Donald Trump's supporters now have what they want: a president who embodies the rage they feel, while reassuring them that hatred is justifiable.
Even polar bears understand that dogs are some of the best pals you can make in this world.
Is there room in that cuddle for a third person?
On Monday, during the last briefing before the Thanksgiving holiday, Sarah Huckabee Sanders treated the White House press pool the way a sadistic teenager would treat a group of third graders.
Greenpeace has called for an investigation after levels of ruthenium-106 in Russia were found to be 986 times the norm.
"When you make private settlements, it doesn’t warn the next woman or the next person going into that situation."
In this way, the battle over net neutrality resembles the recent effort to defeat Trump's health-care legislation. Neither system is that great, its supporters might admit, but the proposed policies would make things even worse.
You'll wolf it down as quickly as Joey did.
Houston's behind-the-scenes role in creating the best-selling soundtrack of "The Bodyguard," which turns 25 this year, is a reminder that she was much more than just "The Voice."
Mr. Cassidy was beloved by fans during the 1970s and worked as a performer for decades, but he struggled with his early exposure to fame.
You've thought about taking a bite. And maybe you have! But what about making a meal out of it?
Character and mascot balloons have been a mainstay of America's biggest Thanksgiving parade for decades. We tallied the appearances since 1987 and found that one character has sneakily risen above the rest.
"It's like the perfection app." And over time, it's easy to forget that you don't actually look that "perfect."
In this picture, you probably see three goat-like animals called Himalayan blue sheep and a whole lot of rocks. But you probably don't see a snow leopard — at least not at first glance.
Anyone who counts calories on Thanksgiving is a cop.
Seriously, how did the people who own this shed let this get so out of control?
This honestly looks like a nightmare.
What was once a seasonal treat is now a year-round staple thanks the only thing more American than canned cranberry sauce: marketing.
Lilia Tarawa was brought up in the Gloriavale Christian Community on the West Coast of the South Island of New Zealand. Her grandfather founded and led the community of 500, but that fact didn't give her much extra freedom.
We're spending the entire week trolling the internet for deals, so you don't have to. Peace and blessings.
From the outside, 1996's "The Cable Guy" looked like just another Jim Carrey comedy. It was not that, and people didn't really know how to deal with it, which is a shame because it's a smart film commenting on the culture of the '90s.
Turkeys are the most reaffirming of animals. If you gobble, they will gobble. No exceptions.
We're not sure if this video is 100% serious or partially a parody but... we sort of believe?
We partnered with HostGator to bring you a list of exactly what you should do to protect your website from hackers. Spoiler: it’s not just changing your password.
Traveling home for Thanksgiving? Call ahead and make sure you'll have the fixings for this tasty concoction on deck.
Thanksgiving is a time for eating too much with the people you care about most. Unless you're cooking, in which case it's a time for stressing out and never having enough fridge space.
Add some science to your Thanksgiving table with these tips from J. Kenji López-Alt’s New York Times bestselling cookbook "The Food Lab: Better Home Cooking Through Science."
Maybe they should just stick to the penguin/ostrich thing and stay flightless.
The holidays are a good time to bring back old classics — like Zefrank, and canned cranberry sauce.