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Top Trenders: Keeping it Civil During Black Friday

Friday, Nov. 29th Top Trenders
Number 5:

If you're curious about what the nation's first family feasted on this thanksgiving day, the White House has released the menu rundown.

You'll find all the turkey day favorites which includes of course turkey, also honey-baked ham, cornbread stuffing as well as oyster stuffing.

The veggies include green bean casserole, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes and dinner rolls.

There are nine desserts listed, all pies:

Huckleberry, pecan, chocolate cream, sweet potato, peach, apple, pumpkin, banana cream and coconut cream.

Number 4:

He's best known for his role as a drug lord on "Breaking Bad", but Bryan Cranston is moving on to Broadway.

He's starring as President Lyndon B. Johnson in the Broadway play "All The Way."

Broadway.com said the play begins with the Kennedy assassination and spans the first year of Johnson's administration.

Previews begin in February and the play officially opens in March at the Neil Simon Theatre.

Number 3:

US Olympian Lindsey Vonn is finally hitting the slopes again.

This comes after Vonn injured her knee during training last week.

On Thursday, the downhill champion posted a message to Twitter saying it was her first day back on snow.

Vonn underwent reconstructive surgery to her right knee earlier this year and is focused on competing in the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.

Number 2:

There's a new issue with the health care enrollment website.

Small businesses won't be able to use it to get coverage for their employees for another year.

However, they will be able to sign up for coverage other ways.

In a statement, Health and Human Services said small employers will use "direct enrollment," meaning businesses interested in buying insurance in the program will have to use an insurer or broker.

The Affordable Care Act does not require companies with fewer than 50 employees to buy insurance for workers.

Number 1:

Black Friday shopping gets underway.

A hug crowd of people gathered outside the Macy's store at New York's Herald Square Thursday.

All the people were trying to get in for the early black-Friday deals -- deals that began on Thanksgiving day, this year.

When the Macy's finally opened, Thursday night, some excited shoppers hustled inside the building, while most others kept it civil without much pushing or shoving.

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