This Thanksgiving, we're thankful for New York Knicks rookie Kristaps Porzingis sitting down and taking part in a Thanksgiving-themed Mad Libs story.
While Thanksgiving is generally attributed to a tradition begun by the Pilgrims in Massachusetts, some historians argue that the first such event was held by Spanish colonists with the Timucua tribe 56 years earlier.
Lamar Odom is still recovering more than a month after being in a coma from a drug overdose, but he could have a lifetime of recovery ahead of him. Sources say, Lamar will never be the same again.
Pope Francis began a six-day tour across Africa, where Catholicism is on the rise despite religious violence and extremism. WSJ's Shelby Holliday highlights key stops on the pontiff's visit.
Justin Bieber has seen immense success with his new album, “Purpose,” which dropped on November 13. But 2015 has been filled with plenty of apologies too. Let’s just say that the 21-year-old crooner certainly knows about being good and bad. Throughout the year, “The Insider” has devoted 46 stories to the Biebs, who’s really hoping to land on Santa’s nice list this Christmas. Check out this video to dive into Bieber’s redemption play from the inside out, and tune in to “The Insider With Yahoo” on TV tonight
Wearing your food is not always a bad thing. Leah Chavie, owner of a skincare boutique in Chicago, displayed a few DIY options using Thanksgiving leftovers.
Autism is growing at a faster rate in the United States than any other developmental disability– it's common enough that even Sesame Street has started teaching kids about it.