10 things to know for Friday, Nov. 29: Black Friday gets off to early start
Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:
Shoppers eager to score a good deal rush to stores that were open on Thanksgiving Day.
Companies use advanced technology to help you shop and to learn more about your spending habits.
While experts are not yet sounding the alarm bells, some analysts say two or three more years of cutbacks could leave the military unprepared for war.
The raging war in Syria has forced over a million kids to become refugees and to provide for their families through manual labor.
Demonstrators continue targeting high-level government offices in the sixth consecutive day of unrest.
Disguised as a homeless man, he tested compassion at a church in Utah and then, to loud gasps, revealed himself to the worshippers.
The president’s health care overhaul woes have left members of his own party wary of their 2014 fate.
After this week’s snub from Kiev, the EU reached association agreements with the smaller countries of Georgia and Moldova.
The 33-year-old Maine resident signs at concerts of Eminem, Jay-Z and Bruce Springsteen.
Baltimore stops a 2-point conversion attempt by Pittsburgh with just over a minute remaining to hold off the Steelers 22-20.