Going down! You can't draw any conclusions from these low-volume trading days but, in general, stocks have been in retreat and this m...
This Thanksgiving, countless Americans will also buy the lie that Obama's pardon guarantees a lone turkey many days of happiness ahead. But even more of us will gobble up the bigger (and far more egregious) lie that 46 million animals like him didn't suffer on the way to our dinner plates.
In a perfect world, we would be turkey champions. We would remember to thaw our bird days in advance, brine it, maybe wiggle some butter under the skin. But when life actually hands us a 12-pound bird on the big day, we do as Top Chef judge Hugh Acheson does: spatchcock it.
With Thanksgiving just a few days away, we are all getting excited! Not only do we get to spend time with loved ones, give thanks and make memories; but we get to eat a delicious feast! My mouth has been watering for a week already.
Is it just me, or does anyone else feel like we bypassed Halloween and Thanksgiving and went straight to Christmas? I kid you not, winter holiday decorations began emerging in malls, towns and stores in September.
The Islamist atrocities in Paris on November 13 have overshadowed a different but relevant crisis in radical Muslim politics. In Turkey, on November 1, the Justice and Development Party (AKP) of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan regained its parliamentary majority.
'Six Ways to Prevent Thanksgiving Meltdown' or better yet, 'How to Give Thanks, Avoid Angst at Thanksgiving.' Either title's applicable. Who looks forward to sitting down at the Thanksgiving table, surrounded by squabbling relatives?
The massacres that struck at the heart of Paris constitute an attack on all human-kind and the values shared by human civilization in modern times.
With Thanksgiving just around the corner, celebrities everywhere will engage in that age-old past time of providing recipes to magazines and newspapers. In keeping with that tradition, we asked playwright and author, David Mamet, to provide us with an old family recipe for a classic Thanksgiving turkey.
The ISIS attack in Paris was an attack on our global community. We have to take decisive collective action now with the global mechanisms available to us and aggressively meet this existential challenge to our core belief systems and way of life.
Are you stressing over the amount of food that will be gracing your table this Thanksgiving? Enjoy the annual feast with family and friends without t...
What you need: A turkey, a baking pan, aluminum foil and a few days' notice.
Turkey is not a full-fledged dictatorship. Its civil society is perhaps the most vibrant it has ever been. It holds free, albeit not fair, elections regularly and citizens have a chance to change their governments peacefully.
Since departing on our global trip we have covered the equivalent of 40 000 miles, which is almost twice around the equator, visiting 4 continents, 12 countries and 40 cities - and we're only getting started.
If it is to succeed, CVE policy cannot simply offer a counter-narrative to the misguided violent extremist worldview. Realities on the ground must be transformed. Instead of being reactive, with an emphasis on "countering" threats, policies should focus on constructing positive alternatives.
With the comfort-food holiday season in full swing, this recipe here is calling your name. Thanksgiving is not only meant for loved ones but is meant to embrace some good old fashion cornbread lovin'.