There are traditional rivalry games across the country throughout the weekend, especially when it comes to college football.
Since 1896, Buffalo, N.Y. has hosted the Turkey Trot, making it the oldest road race in the country.
An airport design expert explains how airports are changing to reflect consumer demand and reduce inefficiencies.
The British author of best-selling detective stories has died at age 94. "In a sense, the detective story is a small celebration of reason and order in our very disorderly world," she told NPR.
Nancy Curtis discusses her son's capture and the behind-the-scenes negotiations that led to his release in August.
A blast and gunfire was heard just hours after a suicide bomber targeted a British embassy vehicle, killing a British national.
In America, there's a fine line between gimmicky wrestling and performance art.
Ministers of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries meeting in Austria could not agree to cut production in an effort to stabilize global crude prices.
The Ferguson Public Library has become a refuge for community during a difficult time. In response, donations to the library have reached "several orders of magnitude" higher than ever.
AAA says some 46 million Americans will travel more than 50 miles for Thanksgiving — the largest number since 2007.
In this session from 1991, Connick sings and plays "They Didn't Believe Me" and joins host Marian McPartland for "Stompin' at the Savoy."
Wild turkeys are smart, curious and sweet animals. But sometimes they bring attitude to encounters with humans, commentator Barbara J. King says.
Sibling relationships are the longest-lasting family ties we have, and they're among the most likely to bring health and happiness as we age. Think on that when your brother grabs the wishbone.
Out of love and necessity, Stuart has become a country-music historian. "People were throwing things away," he says. "I just took it as a family matter."
The author of such books as The Black Tower was best-known for her series featuring Scotland Yard detective Adam Dalgliesh.
The standard commercial American turkey is the product of decades of intense selective breeding. But breeding for efficiency and size has created new health problems scientists must grapple with.
A farmer in Rudham, England, has $65,000 to put toward a new doorstop because his current one was bought by a museum. It turns out the metal object he found was a 3,500-year-old dagger.
Amateur video captured the passengers giving it their all in arctic Russia this week. Though a tractor-trailer is also visible — likely doing the real work.
This year two NASA astronauts will be celebrating Thanksgiving aboard the International Space Station. Turkey is on the menu but not pumpkin pie. NASA can't make pump pie in space because the crust doesn't come out right.
Copies of Shakespeare's first folio are some of the rarest and most important books in the world — only about 230 copies survive. Surprisingly, another copy been rediscovered in a public library in northern France.