TODAY's Savannah Guthrie and Matt Lauer chat with Amy Kule, executive producer of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, about what to expect from this year's show, which will feature 28 floats, 11 marching bands and more than 1,600 cheerleaders, dancers and singers. (TODAY)
Inspired by his experience at Deerfield Academy in Massachusetts, King Abdullah of Jordan has opened a new academy that is breaking Middle Eastern tradition, allowing boys and girls to study together, as well as students of all financial backgrounds. NBC's Ayman Mohyeldin reports. (TODAY)
Statistics show that piano sales have decreased by 80 percent in the last century and increasingly more pianos are winding up in landfills or, as some say whimsically, piano heaven. NBC's Kevin Tibbles reports. (Nightly News)
Stores are opening earlier than ever and the mad dash for Christmas bargains is already on, and retailers are desperate for shoppers' business. NBC's John Yang reports from Chicago's Magnificent Mile.