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Morning Express with Robin Meade

A fast, personal, and smart blend of all the news you want in the morning. We call it "News in the Fast Lane." So buckle up.

Arthur the amazing Amazon dog adopts athletes

Arthur the amazing Amazon dog adopts athletes

A stray dog started following a team of extreme athletes who were racing through the amazon jungle, and it hasn't left their side since!

The team from Sweden were trekking 430-miles when the muddy pup buddied up with them.

Michael Brown's stepfather Louis Head shouting "burn this bitch down" reacting to the grand jury's decision not to indict Darren Wilson in Brown's death.

Atty: 'Burn this b*tch down' was 'raw emotion'

Michael Brown's step dad is being accused of inciting some of the violence in Ferguson, after his immediate reaction to the grand jury decision not to indict Darren Wilson in Brown's death.

Louis Head can be heard yelling "Burn this bitch down" in front of a crowd who had been listening to Michael Brown's mother speak.

The 'Hungry Girl's' Upside-down Pumpkin Pie cuts 200 calories and 14 grams of fat off a traditional slice

Eat your Pumpkin Pie upside-down

Did you know a slice (and who has just ONE slice?) of holiday pumpkin pie usually has more than 350 calories and 15 grams of fat?

Lisa Lillien, the author of the best selling "Hungry Girl" cookbooks, has a recipe that cuts 200 calories and 15 grams of fat out of this delicious treat. The trick is to flip it!

File photo: Airlines have cancelled hundreds of flights on a busy holiday travel day ahead of a bad winter storm slamming the Northeast

Snow joke: Nor'easter disrupts holiday travel

If you are among the millions traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday, you may run into some nasty weather.

Icy roads could slow down drivers in the Mid-Atlantic to the Northeast. Airlines have already canceled hundreds of flights ahead of the storm that'll dump heavy rain and snow on Wednesday.

Peaceful protesters close down main street in Urbana, IL

Ferguson fury spreads across country

Thousands of people across the country marched on highways and city streets Tuesday to protest the grand jury's decision in the Michael Brown case.

Demonstrations took place in New York, Seattle, Chicago, Nashville, Los Angeles, Atlanta and over 150 other cities. Protesters have been using the hashtag: #shutitdown on Twitter to tell everybody where to go.

Officer Darren Wilson breaks his silence in interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos

Hear from Darren Wilson for the first time

For the first time, we are hearing directly from Officer Darren Wilson about the night he killed Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.

Photos: Evidence the Ferguson grand jury saw

A nor'easter is expected to pour heavy rain or snow on that part of the United States late Tuesday and cause problems on Wednesday, traditionally the busiest travel day of the year, CNN meteorologists say.

Daily speed feed: Wednesday, November 26 2014

Today's must-see, must-share stories as seen on Morning Express with Robin Meade:

Thanksgiving travel a mess for millions (CNN)
- Airlines have canceled 200+ flights so far

Where can you see the new Star Wars trailer?

Where can you see the new Star Wars trailer?

Can't wait to see the trailer for the new Star Wars movie? Well, Director J.J. Abrams is putting something a little extra in your Black Friday shopping bag.

An 88-second teaser for ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ will be shown in 30 theaters across North America starting Friday morning:

What did Officer Wilson tell the grand jury?

What did Officer Wilson tell the grand jury?

Ferguson police Officer Darren Wilson told the grand jury that he feared for his life before fatally shooting Michael Brown. Wilson also told jurors it was the first time he had ever fired his weapon while on duty.

Watch: Chaos in Ferguson: Looting, arson, gunshots

St. Louis County Police Chief: Disappointed by lack of peacful protests after grand jury decision in Ferguson, Missouri

Chief: 'I didn't see a lot of peaceful protests'

St. Louis County Police Chief Jon Belmont says his community has to come together if it's going to survive.

At an Tuesday morning press conference, Belmont said what happened Monday night may have been worse than the violence in the days after the shooting of Michael Brown in August.