As turkey fryers grow in popularity, firefighters and paramedics are trying to get out the word about safety.
Scott Greenberg, wine columnist for the Washington Examiner
Here are 11 ways you can enjoy that Thanksgiving meal without too much guilt.
For some, frying the Thanksgiving turkey is a family tradition. But every year families lose their homes and sometimes loved ones due to fires caused by deep fat fryers.
When faced with the option of chocolate cake or pumpkin pie this holiday season, go with the pie. Find out why.
The producer who brought you Rebecca Black and her hit "Friday" has a new tweener with a "hit" holiday song called "Thanksgiving."
A list of tips and tricks for common Thanksgiving dinner concerns.
As the holiday season approaches, so does the fear of gaining all the weight back that you lost for the summer.
The Black Friday shopping madness begins in less than two weeks.
This is the heaviest season of the year. Halloween through New Year's tends to be the time when many put on a few extra pounds.
Forget about slapping leftover turkey between two slices of bread. The days of repeat and reheat are over.
The average American consumes about 4,500 calories and 229 grams of fat on Thanksgiving, according to the Calorie Control Council. The average marathon runner doesn't burn off that many.
Thanksgiving is the favorite time of year for many people, with its heaps of food, good family conversation and of course -- the annual backyard football game.
Is your cooking dangerous? We're not trying to insult your culinary skills, but you may be doing things in the kitchen that put your home and family at risk this Thanksgiving.
Jura Koncias, Home & Design Reporter, Washington Post
There is a difference in how frozen turkeys are handled after they are butchered.
No need for a salt shaker on the Thanksgiving table: Unless you really cooked from scratch, there's lots of sodium already hidden in the menu.
With lots of people traveling for Thanksgiving, here's a look at what's allowed in your carry-on bag.
WTOP's Kathy Stewart reports
It may seem impossible to lose weight during the holiday season -- after all, the binge begins at Thanksgiving and often lasts through New Year's. But there are some tricks to help you lose weight that won't leave you feeling deprived.