Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott spoke with CBS Sports about the Bulldogs upcoming game against rival Ole Miss.
NASA astronaut Barry “Butch” Wilmore delivers a special Thanksgiving greeting from aboard the International Space Station.
Alan and Walden meet Louis.
Surprising research offers some good news about your health on Thanksgiving. New York Times science columnist John Tierney joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the health benefits of giving thanks.
After a traumatic few days in Ferguson, Missouri, some members of the community are starting the healing process. As Mark Strassmann reports, strangers from near and far are helping damaged businesses to rebuild.
Christy takes Roscoe over to Baxter's new girlfriends house.
CBS This Morning" takes a look at today's headlines from around the globe.
Jeff Cannata brings you the most creative indie game gift ideas for this holiday season. These games are guaranteed unique experiences.
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Tightened security across the St. Louis area put an end to two nights of violent protests. Many are still angry over the decision not to charge officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown. Vladimir Duthiers reports from Ferguson, Missouri.
"CBS This Morning" takes a look at today's headlines from around the globe.
Talks between the U.S., Iran and other international powers over Iran’s nuclear program were extended until March, but sanctions on the Islamic state continue to take a toll. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Walden asks Alan for help to keep Louis quiet while they are sleeping.
In an attempt to prevent Gerard from proposing to his girlfriend, the family goes around the table and talk about what they are thankful for.
Youtube says the videos, showcasing people unwrapping packages of anything from game systems, sneakers and toys, have been viewed over 2.6 billion times. Michelle Miller reports.
Sasha and Malia Obama passed up on the opportunity to get up-close-and-personal with "Mac" and "Cheese," the presidentially pardoned turkeys. Michelle Miller reports.
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