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Thanksgiving is a time of coming together with family and friends. In between bites of stuffing and pumpkin pie, snack on these unusual Turkey Day facts.
With Black Friday and Cyber Monday quickly approaching, this might be the worst time of year for Amazon to have security concerns.
For 88 years the iconic Macy's Parade has been a Thanksgiving tradition.
Donations at Illinois food pantries during the holiday season helps them stay open year round.
The deals through the EDGE tax-credit program, though, would not provide tax incentives until Rauner and Illinois lawmakers agree on the overdue state budget.
Olof Krans depicted Bishop Hill in Henry County.
Antoinette Burton will chair the 15-member committee.
"Creed" stays rooted in tradition while simultaneously taking the entire franchise in a new direction as vital as it is welcome.
Protest groups were set to return to the streets of Chicago.
Worried about spending quality time with family this weekend? Cut the dinner table tension with a delightfully awful Thanksgiving zinger.
In the frenzy of holiday shopping, consumers are doing more than getting great deals, they’re also using coupons to help raise money for a number of worthy causes.
The Black Sabbath rocker wants to release five unheard songs by the band just weeks after they scrapped plans for another album.
From classic specials to movies and competitions, this week is packed with programs to get you in the holiday spirit.
The soul star is giving thanks to a fan who boosted sales of her pies by inviting him to join her for dinner.
Millions of Americans embarked on their annual Thanksgiving travels on Wednesday, with security at airports, New York City's parade festivities and other venues expected to be heightened amid jitters after the Paris attacks.
The Springfield City Council is apparently willing to wait a little while for further regulations from higher powers in government on drones.
The San Francisco Giants will hold Metallica Night for the fourth year on May 6.
Gov. Bruce Rauner is defending his stance on temporarily stopping Syrian refugees from coming into Illinois, but doesn't explain why he believes he has the authority to do so.
When you enjoy your Thanksgiving dessert, take a moment to think about Morton, a village between Peoria and Bloomington.