Thanksgiving

Latest Thanksgiving Items
  • One year after scandal, Woods tries to move on

    The dark sedan backed into a spot next to the clubhouse at the Australian Masters, trunk open, waiting to whisk Tiger Woods to the airport. Lingering behind the car was a friend who was still wrestling with divided loyalties _ to Woods and his former wife.


  • Nebraska quarterback Taylor Martinez (3) rushes for a first down as Texas A&M cornerback Terrence Frederick (7) defends during the first quarter of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Nov. 20, 2010, in College Station, Texas. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)

    Nebraska, Colorado wrap up Big 12 tours

    Colorado and Nebraska will meet one more time as members of the Big 12 before they head off to different leagues and the game is setting up like one of those day-after-Thanksgiving throwdowns of yesteryear.


  • A passenger at Palm Beach International Airport is patted down by a TSA worker on Wednesday in West Palm Beach, Fla. Security lines moved quickly the day before Thanksgiving. (Associated Press)

    Airport lines move smoothly despite warnings

    The lines moved smoothly at airports around the country Wednesday afternoon despite an Internet campaign to get Thanksgiving travelers to gum up the works on one of the busiest days of the year by refusing full-body scans.


  • Garrett still thrilled about '94 Thanksgiving win

    Knocking off the reigning Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints for his third straight win since taking over the Dallas Cowboys would be one heck of a Thanksgiving feat for Jason Garrett.


  • "There are no people in the world that should be more grateful than the American people," says Sen.-elect Marco Rubio. (Associated Press)

    Inside the Beltway

    "Being thus arived in a good harbor and brought safe to land, they fell upon their knees & blessed ye God of heaven, who had brought them over ye vast & furious ocean, and delivered them from all ye periles & miseries therof, againe to set their feete on ye firme and stable earth, their proper elemente."


  • EDITORIAL: Congress: Thank and praise Almighty God

    The committee appointed to prepare a recommendation to the several states, to set apart a day of public thanksgiving, brought in a report; which was taken into consideration, and agreed to as follows:


  • FIELDS: Counting our mixed blessings

    The Thanksgiving holiday offers mixed blessings that run from anxiety to celebration. When the different generations gather to mix memory with desire (as the poet sayeth) we recognize differences as well as affinities, angry feelings along with the affectionate. We hasten and chasten our will to make known.


  • NUGENT: Giving thanks for the bounty of the harvest

    If that broad expanse of toothy joy doesn't give the ultimate thanks, nothing does. Beautiful, grinning, effervescent Angela Kline and her family know all about why Thanksgiving is in November. As a gung-ho hunter, this courageous gal is a full-on participant, refusing to be a spectator of anything.


  • EDITORIAL: America's seeds of faith and freedom

    Almighty Lord of glory, Our praise to Him we bring; And chant our country's story,


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