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Time Lapse: Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade balloons inflate

Watch a few of the famous Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade balloons inflate in 60 seconds.

Getting ready for the big holiday shopping weekend

Stores are open on Thanksgiving Day, crowds on Black Friday and the surge in online shopping on Cyber Monday. Here's what you need to know heading into the big holiday shopping weekend.

Would you serve this on Thanksgiving?

It's not ham. It's not turkey. What is this mysterious food and would you serve it on Thanksgiving?

Donald Trump mocks reporter's disability

Donald Trump is under fire again, this time for mocking a New York Times reporter that suffers from a chronic condition.

Black Friday preps at this Target started last Black Friday

Final preparations are taking place for the biggest shopping weekend of the year. It comes as concerns over the health of the U.S. retail sector have started to resurface. CNN's Clare Sebastian visits one Target store to find out how they are going all out and why it's so important.

Watch the trailer for 'Captain America: Civil War'

See the trailer for the next film in the Marvel Studios franchise. 'Captain America: Civil War' hits theaters May 6.

Manhattan DA: Apple and Google's encryption impacts public safety

Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance tells CNN's Richard Quest that encryption technology used on Apple and Google phones inhibits law enforcement.

Jeff Bezos saved his first tweet for a special occasion

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos joined Twitter in 2008 -- but didn't send his first tweet until now.

Jeff Bezos launches a rocket...and lands it

Jeff Bezos talks to CNN's Rachel Crane about the successful launch and landing of his Blue Origin rocket -- something competitor Elon Musk has yet to achieve.

9/11 Fund Administrator on paying victims of terror: 'Don't ever do it again'

The former administrator of the Federal September 11th Victim Compensation Fund, Kenneth Feinberg thinks we should never again use tax payer dollars to compensate victims of select tragedies.