Thanksgiving's Pilgrims News
Backlash over alleged gender wage gap among 'All the Money in the World' cast
Reports say Mark Wahlberg's team negotiated a $1.5M fee while Michelle Williams got $80 a day.
Festive babies celebrate their 1st Thanksgiving with turkey-smash photo shoots
These festive babies are celebrating their first birthdays with Thanksgiving-themed turkey-smash photo shoots, diving fingers first into their gobble-licious fall feasts. In traditional cake-smash photo shoot-style, cakes were still included, but these tiny pilgrims and Native Americans also
Dangerous weather batters the East Coast
We begin with the dangerous high winds. Affecting more than 100 million people. Scaffolding slamming down on a busy New York City sidewalk. Trapping people below. And this scene as a major storm system sweeps through the east. The same system leaving tractor trailers overturned in Indiana. Here's
Macy's Thanksgiving Parade float unveiling
ABC News gets a sneak peek at the new fleet of floats joining the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
California Manhunt Underway for Two Escaped Prisoners
Authorities search for two who broke out of a county jail just before the Thanksgiving holiday.
Babies Dressed as Turkeys Win This Thanksgiving
Encourage dressing up for every holiday, not just Halloween? Adorned a baby in the perfect little pilgrim, Native American or tiny, stuffed turkey costume for Thanksgiving? Anyone who answered “yes” will fit right in with this crowd. Take a look at viewers’ babies dressed up in their best Turkey
Father of 13-Year-Old Virginia Murder Victim Opens Up
David Lovell told Dr. Phil he tried to step in after learning his daughter, Nicole, was talking to older men online
Eliminator Week 13: Baylor, Michigan among Rivalry Week casualties
The top four teams in the College Football Playoff selection committee's rankings survived Rivalry Week unscathed. But five teams on the fringe for the four spots in the playoff weren't so lucky. Baylor, Florida, Michigan, Notre Dame and Oklahoma State each lost, and they've been eliminated from
President Obama Compares Syrian Refugees to Mayflower Pilgrims , Administration Says States Can't Block Them
President Obama used his weekly address to appeal to families counting their blessings on Thanksgiving, reminding Americans that the holiday isn’t only about turkey but a tribute to the deep immigration history that led to the nation’s founding. “In 1620, a small band of pilgrims came to this