Author: Scottie Andrew, CNN

An obituary for the Thanksgiving turkey

Your Thanksgiving turkey, the prince of poultry, the darling of dinner tables and the centerpiece of your holiday spread, has died (obviously). It was probably around four months old.

Stuck in the airport? Make the most of your flight delay

If you're stuck in the airport this Thanksgiving -- and if the storms expected to thrash the West Coast and the onslaught of a record 31.6 million air travelers are any indication, you might be -- it could be easy to abandon hope. You could easily air your grie

United Nations report paints bleak picture on climate change

A new United Nations report paints a bleak picture: The commitments countries pledged to limit the climate crisis are nowhere near enough to stave off record-high temperatures. Delaying change any further will make it impossible to reach desired temperature goals.

A church built a huge baby Jesus statue

A church in Zacatecas, Mexico, commissioned what it calls the largest statue of baby Jesus in the world. But the internet is hung up on how eerily similar it looks to a certain '80s frontman.

BBB: Viral 'Secret Sister' gift exchange is a scam

If a stranger on the internet promises you a Christmas gift for a $10 buy-in and some personal information, it probably isn't legit, the Better Business Bureau warns. Not only will you be conned out of a gift, but you might have accidentally joined an illegal pyramid scheme.

Injection could someday keep peanut allergies at bay

More than 3 million people in the United States are allergic to peanuts and tree nuts. But experimental new research suggests adults might someday be able to take an antibody to keep symptoms at bay for up to six weeks -- at least in small doses.

Deadly virus kills key marine species

Climate change means melting ice and habitat loss for animals in the Arctic. But there's an invisible side effect of warming temperatures and rising tides, and it's killing key marine species.