The question many of you may be contemplating tomorrow - to shop or not to shop? - now that more stores than ever are opening their doors on Thanksgiving.
But as you can imagine, not everyone is happy about having to work the pre-Black Friday Holiday blitz.
Many folks who are being called in maintain Thanksgiving should be a day for family and friends, not work.
OutFront: Mediaite's Joe Concha and CNN.com Contributor Dean Obeidallah.
Americans are expected to spend more than $600 billion during this holiday shopping season, and even though "Black Friday" is still two days away, it's already begun.
Kyung Lah is OutFront with Money and Power.
This Friday when romance writer Megan Mulry officially releases her latest book entitled "In Love Again," she will be taking a risk. Mulry’s previous two books in her fictional “Unruly Royals” series were published by Sourcebooks , and landed her on the USA TODAY Bestseller list. But for book number three, Mulry decided to self-publish.
“I had a wonderful three-book deal with Sourcebooks, with a one-book option clause," Mulry tells OutFront. But Mulry says her new protagonist didn't fit into the Sourcebooks vision for the series of high-flying British royals and the Americans who love them. The star of her new novel is pushing forty, a departure from her traditionally twenty-something characters that catered to a younger audience. “After my editor, Deb Werksman, and I talked about the option clause," she says, "we both agreed it might be an opportunity for me to self-publish.”
The Obama administration is delaying a key portion of the health care website that would've allowed small businesses to enroll online.
Republicans are pouncing on the news.
House Speaker John Boehner calling it "another broken promise and more proof this administration's assurances have no credibility."
OutFront: The National Review's Reihan Salam and Democratic Strategist Chris Kofinis.