Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday:
1. FRANCE, RUSSIA REACH CONSENSUS ON ISLAMIC STATE STRATEGY
The two presidents agreed to increase intelligence sharing and cooperate when targeting the extremist group.
2. WHAT CHICAGO PROTESTERS ARE PLANNING FOR BLACK FRIDAY
Demonstrators will march down the Magnificent Mile on the busiest shopping day of the year to bring attention to issues like police brutality.
3. TRUMP DENIES MAKING FUN OF REPORTER WITH DISABILITY
During a South Carolina speech, the Republican presidential hopeful appeared to imitate mannerisms of a reporter with a condition that affects joint movement, but he says he was only mocking his journalism.
4. WHY THE WHITE HOUSE HAD A THANKSGIVING LOCKDOWN
A man draped in an American flag climbed over the fence outside the White House — with the Obamas celebrating inside — before being apprehended on the lawn.
5. HOW A SEX OFFENDER WITHOUT A TICKET MANAGED TO CHECK IN AT AIRPORT
Authorities say the man stole a boarding pass a woman accidentally left behind at a check-in kiosk earlier this month and used it to get through airport security in Salt Lake City before being caught at the flight's gate.
6. OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY ENDS ANNUAL LAKE JUMP AFTER STUDENT DEATH
Authorities say he probably died from a broken neck after participating in a tradition to mark college's football rivalry with the University of Michigan.
7. STORES HOPE SHOPPERS BYPASS POST-THANKSGIVING DINNER NAP FOR SAVINGS
Wal-Mart, Macy's and Toys R Us are among the stores opening on the afternoon and evening of the holiday.
8. THANKSGIVING CELEBRATED WITH PARADES, SECURITY
A stepped-up police presence marked the annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City, and St. Louis resumed its parade after protests led last year's to be canceled.
9. CALIFORNIA FARM RECALLS VEGETABLES BELIEVED TO BE SOURCE OF E. COLI OUTBREAK
The onion-celery mix was used in Costco chicken salad that sickened 19 peopled in seven states.
10. PANTHERS PRESERVE PERFECT SEASON
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo likely re-injured his left collarbone in Carolina's 33-14 win as the Panthers improved to 11-0.