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November 25th, 2010
09:01 AM ET

TIME reflects on decade’s best newsmakers

TIME Magazine looks back on the biggest stories that have shaped the new century with its special
"TIME Frames" issue this week.

Michael Elliott, deputy managing editor, TIME, unveils the biggest news events and issues of the decade that the magazine highlights in the issue. So, how is the United States doing so far this century? Elliott puts the events into perspective on the global scale.

Visit to read more about the "TIME Frames" issue.

And don't forget to watch "TIMEFrames: A John King Special" today on CNN at 2:00pm ET and 5:00pm ET.

Watch to see what made the list.

Filed under: American Morning
November 25th, 2010
08:17 AM ET

Black Friday Forecast: Retail expert helps you plan the price prowl

Plan on hunting for those Black Friday deals tomorrow (maybe even tonight)?

Marshal Cohen, chief industry analyst with the NPD Group and author of "Buy Me!," joins American Morning today to tell you how to get the best deals when you head out.

Look for electronics and snatch up those low-priced items when you see them because they won’t be there for long, he says. Think you’ll be too full to hit the mall? Relax, online free-shipping deals will be everywhere.

Watch to find out how the shopping season will affect the economy.

Filed under: American Morning • Economy
November 25th, 2010
07:16 AM ET

Spread gratitude beyond Thanksgiving, change the world in 17 seconds

A full house of family and food got you feeling extra grateful today?

Today on American Morning, one author tells you how to take your warm thoughts and thankfulness beyond the dinner table and actually use them to change the world.

Life-changing events don’t have to be big, says Jason Wright, author, "The Seventeen Second Miracle.” The book, which has inspired a movement, says it only takes 17 seconds to improve someone’s life.

He shares the stories that shaped his writing with AM. Will you take his holiday gratitude challenge?

Filed under: American Morning
November 25th, 2010
05:30 AM ET

Don’t be chicken! Tackle turkey duty with these expert tips

Turkey trouble this morning?

We've got answers that could send you on your way to finessing a flawless roasted bird! Butterball’s Turkey Talk-Line is at your rescue and on American Morning today.

The national phone line has been solving bird mishaps for 30 years, and its home economists have answered over 3 million turkey questions.

Today on AM, Carol Miller, Turkey Talk-line supervisor, gives you secrets to a moist, juicy bird.