Obama pardons Thanksgiving Turkey
Apple, the National Thanksgiving Turkey, was pardoned by U.S. President Barack Obama on Thanksgiving eve in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington on November 24, 2010. UPI/Roger L. Wollenberg
British actor Sacha Baron Cohen says director Martin Scorsese intended to create an enchanting, intelligent work of art with their new family movie "Hugo" and wasn't concerned little ones might find it too long to sit through at 127 minutes.
Cyber Monday sales will likely set a record, analysts say, after a Thanksgiving weekend when a record 226 million U.S. shoppers spent $52 billion.
Minnesota's Hormel Foods Corp. says it has handed out more than $16.5 million in profit-sharing checks to its eligible hourly and salaried employees.
Doctors in Florida postponed heart surgery on Lindsay Lohan's father Michael after discovering blood clots in his lungs, sources told TMZ.com.
Windy and rainy storm systems made for road and flight delays Sunday as millions of Americans wound down the Thanksgiving holiday.
A gun-toting man on a bicycle in South Florida shot and killed a Doberman Saturday, saying the dog was threatening him.
Volatile but extremely successful Duluth, Minn., businessman Jeno Paulucci died Thanksgiving Day at age 93, his family said.
Michigan police questioned drivers at an intersection Friday hoping to gain new information about three brothers who went missing a year ago.
Britain's Prince Harry continued his exploration of the western United States with a Thanksgiving trip to Los Angeles.
A San Diego woman says she'll be stationed at a busy intersection in her bikini as long as it takes for her missing dog to come home.