President Abraham Lincoln officially established Thanksgiving as a holiday during the Civil War, but did you know that decades before he did that, George Washington also called on Americans to a day of "public thanks-giving" to God.
Each year, the White House celebrates Thanksgiving by issuing a presidential pardon that allows one lucky turkey to go free. So how and when did this fun tradition of turkey pardons start? That depends on who you ask.
It is one of the busiest travel times of the year, especially at airports, where the Transportation Security Administration anticipates screening 2.7 million passengers today.
Americans think they know a lot about the first Thanksgiving, with many envisioning it as happy Pilgrims wearing big buckles and feasting on huge, fat turkeys. But the facts are actually more fascinating than fiction.
An Arizona church held its first service Sunday since its outreach director was reportedly shot in the head while preaching on a street corner, with the pastor imploring parishioners to pray.
Even though 17-year-old Lauren Schroeder is a member of Future Farmers of America (FFA), some people in Iowa would tell you she's already a farmer, and then some.
A group of knitting enthusiasts in Dallas, Texas are using their hand-crafted items to spread warmth and love to children, this holiday season.
Military families often face tough times, both when loved ones are deployed, and also financially. This time of year, a Thanksgiving meal can be too much for the family budget, especially with the cost of living so much higher than it was in previous years. That's why CBN's "Helping the Home Front" stepped up to lend a holiday helping hand.
Shoppers gearing up for the 2023 holiday season won’t have to look hard for a convenient way to pay for all those presents. “Buy now, pay later,” a type of payment plan that divides the total cost of your purchase into smaller installments, is offered at most major retailers, including Walmart, Target, and Amazon. But experts say it’s risky. Ask yourself these five questions before opting in.
One thousand families are picking up free Thanksgiving supplies in Greensboro, North Carolina as part of an outreach inspired by Jesus' feeding of the 5,000.