Ferguson has a calmer night. UVA makes changes after a scandal over an alleged rape. And travelers have another reason to give thanks.
It's Thursday, and here are the "5 things to know for your New Day."
1. THANKSGIVING TRAVEL
Bye-bye, storms: Here's another reason to give thanks: The nasty storm's behind us. Last night was hellish for holiday travel, with hundreds of flights canceled and thousands delayed by a punishing nor'easter. But the silver lining for Thanksgiving Day? The storms are leaving and conditions should return to normal.
Editor's note: November is National Adoption Awareness Month. Here, Michaela Pereira of CNN's "New Day" and "@THIS HOUR" shares the story of growing up in a family of five adopted girls in Canada and her eventual reunion with her biological half-sister, Marnie. Marnie describes the shock of finding out she had a sister and the long road to building a strong relationship. And Michaela's adoptive mother, Ainslie, offers her perspective on taking in children in need of a loving home. Tune in to "New Day" on Friday at 8:30 a.m. ET to hear more from Michaela, and then watch "@THIS HOUR" at 11:30 a.m. ET to meet her adoptive mother and sister.
(CNN) – Michaela: Growing up in our house there was no way to get around the topic of adoption. All five of the kids in my family, all girls, are adopted. One look at us, and you knew this was a different kind of family.
A man is charged in a subway shoving death. Baby it's cold outside - again. And fallout grows over sex abuse claims against Bill Cosby.
It's Wednesday, and here are the "5 things to know for your New Day."
1. JERUSALEM VIOLENCE
Security intensified: Jerusalem ramped up security after two Palestinian cousins wielding a gun and knives attacked a synagogue during morning prayers, killing four worshipers and a policeman. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu described the violence as the result of a "blood libel" fanned by Palestinian leaders. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas condemned the attack.
During the height of the protests following the shooting of Michael Brown, police in Ferguson, MO requested air space to be restricted to keep out news helicopters. Protestors say it's another example of authorities trying to control the message and take attention away from the militarized response.