|1. TURKEY SHOOTS DOWN RUSSIAN PLANE
Turkey says it shot down a Russian warplane because it violated Turkish airspace and ignored repeated warnings. Russia says the plane was over the Syrian territory throughout the flight. BOSTON GLOBE
2. PARIS AFTERMATH UK FIGHT: British Prime Minister David Cameron says the United Kingdom should join France in airstrikes on Syria. FOX NEWS
ANOTHER SUICIDE VEST: Police say they found a suicide vest containing bolts and explosives in a garbage can in Paris. The explosives are the same as those used in the Paris terrorist attacks. CNN
Belgium authorities asked the public not to tweet about massive police raids, but many people did anyway, using the hashtag #BrusselsLockdown. The hashtag has now been overtaken by users posting pictures of cats, to make sure that leaks of operational details would be drowned out. Here are five of the best tweets: NPR
4. THANKSGIVING TRAVEL
The average price of unleaded gas is expected to hit $1.99 a gallon on Thanksgiving. That’s the lowest gas prices have been for the holiday since 2004. USA TODAY
The Patriots and Panthers– this season’s last two undefeated NFL teams– met in the 2004 Super Bowl. Coincidence?
5. CYBER MONDAY Walmart is moving up Cyber Monday by rolling out online deals Sunday night of Thanksgiving weekend. Target says it will offer 15% off everything on Monday, with online “doorbuster” sales, including some items discounted as much as 75%. CHICAGO TRIBUNE
If you want the real “in-store experience,” when you boot up your computer, just yell, “Hey, anyone eating the rest of this pumpkin pie?” and your family members will trample you to get to it.
6. STOCK MARKET
Lululemon shares are up by more than 15% on rumors that NIke or Under Armour may be interested in buying the company. CNN MONEY
Or maybe it’s the $200 yoga pants (that are actually worth it).
Pharmaceutical giants Pfizer and Allergan announced a $160-billion merger that would create the world’s largest drugmaker. The deal lets New York-based Prizer take advantage of the lower corporate tax rate in Ireland, where Allergan is based. LA TIMES
The companies who sell Viagra and Botox? A perfect match.
The Patriots beat the Bills 20-13 to remain undefeated. A live play was halted because of an inadvertent whistle in the third quarter, which limited the Patriots’ yardage on a Tom Brady pass to receiver Danny Amendola. ESPN
(SPOILER ALERT: GAME OF THRONES FANS)
HBO released a Game of Thrones Season 6 poster featuring a bloody– but alive– Jon Snow. Fan speculation is running wild because Kit Harrington’s character was supposedly killed in the season 5 finale. Season 6 kicks off next April. SEE IT
White walker. Calling it now.
10. TV TIME
“Fox & Friends” co-host Elisabeth Hasselbeck announced she’ll leave the show by the end of the year to spend more time with her family. In a statement, Hasselbeck said: “Oftentimes, the most difficult decisions are between two great things.” DEADLINE
Hope you weren’t getting too comfortable in that chair, Candace Cameron-Bure. #TheView
11. OTHER SHTUFF
Adele went undercover to prank Adele impersonators for a BBC segment. Wearing a fake chin and nose, she pretended to be a nanny named Jenny — then blew everyone away during the audition. WATCH
@JennyJohnsonHi5: “Yeah, well your dog isn’t a rescue, your snacks are processed and everyone knows you’re vaccinated” – how a kid talks sh*t in 2015
And that’s what you ‘Need 2 Know’ on Tuesday, November 24, 2015…