Nor'Easter Expected to Snarl Thanksgiving Travel Plans
More than 46 million people will be traveling this week for Thanksgiving, making it the most-traveled day in United States this year.

Is this the greatest catch ever?!
"Greatest catch ever" catches the eye of jokesters. Jeanne Moos reports wide receiver teamed up with God and Kardashian.

"Ugly" Christmas tree in Pennsylvania won't come down after all
A much-criticized Christmas tree in downtown Reading, Pennsylvania, is still standing. Many community members complained that it looked ugly and local officials started to take it down Monday, but as Vicente Arenas reports, the tree got a last-minute reprieve.

Italy's Renzi clears hurdle in parliament on labor law
ROME (Reuters) - Italy's lower house of parliament voted on Tuesday to pass Prime Minister Matteo Renzi's Jobs Act, clearing the way for final approval in the Senate next month of a law aimed at making hiring and firing rules simpler.

US Senate to hold civil rights hearing after Ferguson

Police and state troopers block West Florissant Avenue, where protesters and looters rampaged businesses on November 25, 2014The US Senate will hold a public hearing on civil and human rights after a grand jury's decision to not indict a policeman who killed an unarmed black youth triggered violent protests. The case of 18-year-old Michael Brown, who was shot during an altercation with a Ferguson, Missouri police officer, sparked a national debate about race, police-community relations and civil rights in America. The Senate Judiciary Committee's subcommittee on the constitution and civil rights will hold its hearing December 9.

$50B canal
Doubters say $50B plan to build bigger Panama Canal will fail.

Correspondent Michelle Miller shares unique perspective on Ferguson violence
Michelle Miller saw much of the violence unfold in Ferguson overnight after the grand jury announcement. Miller, who also witnessed the Los Angeles riots, recounts the destruction and chaos, but also finds a silver lining, giving credit to those who were trying to de-escalate the violence.

FCA homes in on 'survival borrowing' in credit card probe
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's credit card market is not working well for struggling customers who over-borrow and pay unexpectedly high rates, the country's financial regulator said on Tuesday, as it launched a study that could change the way cards are sold.