Delores Clyde, a Yelm Food Bank volunteer, helps prepare Thanksgiving basket giveaways at the Thurston County Food Bank in Olympia, Wash., on Nov. 21. Steve Bloom/The Olympian/AP
People wait in line to receive Thanksgiving basket giveaways at the Thurston County Food Bank in downtown Olympia, Wash., on Nov. 21. Food bank director Robert Coit said he opened about 90 minutes earlier this year, with a large line of customers already in place. Steve Bloom/The Olympian/AP
Volunteer Ja'Net Kennedy serves people salads during the annual 'I Cared Enough' Thanksgiving event organized by Daniel Cason Ministries in Birmingham, Ala., on Nov. 22. Free groceries, clothes, haircuts, health screenings, and a worship service before the Thanksgiving lunch were provided. Linda Stelter/Birmingham News/AP
Volunteers Diane Trimble (I.), Sean Jackson (c.), and Katie Clark work at the Oak Park-River Forest food pantry setting up food on Nov. 22, to be distributed to the needy in Oak Park, Ill. The pantry has stopped giving out turkeys because they’re too expensive. Charles Rex Arbogast/AP
Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis distributes Thanksgiving turkeys to families at W.E.B. DuBois High School in Baltimore on Nov. 15. Patrick Semansky/AP
Members of the Cleveland Browns, from left, tight end Jordan Cameron (84), guard John Greco (77), defensive end Brian Schaefering (91), offensive tackle Steve Vallos (60), and tight end Evan Moore (89) help load vehicles with boxes of frozen turkeys for Thanksgiving meals at the Cleveland Foodbank in Cleveland on Nov. 22. The meals are headed to local shelters, food pantries, and hot meal sites supported by the Cleveland Foodbank. Amy Sancetta/AP
USO volunteer Pat Solomon (r.) of Sandy Springs, Ga., greets U.S. Army Pfc. Damien Snow of Rochester, N.Y., as he travels back to his base at Fort Benning next to a banner welcoming troops at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in Atlanta on Nov. 22. Just in time for Thanksgiving, Gov. Nathan Deal and Mayor Kasim Reed have left a lasting thank you to the nation's troops passing through the world's busiest airport. David Goldman/AP
Volunteers Tony Weatherford (l.) and David Darby pick meat from a turkey at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church campus in Nacogdoches, Texas, on Nov. 21. Volunteers spent most of the day in preparation for the parish's community Thanksgiving dinner. Andrew D. Brosig/Nacogdoches Daily Sentinel/AP
Volunteer Marta Gutierrez packs a box of food for a family of two at the Pass It On Ministries in Miami on Nov. 22. Pass It On is a non-profit social service agency staffed solely by volunteers, and provides basic nutritional food supplies to people facing emergencies. Due to the bad economy, there is a steady stream of people requesting assistance. Lynne Sladky/AP
Larry Whitten packs donated food into a duffel bag to carry home from a food pantry at the Pass It On Ministries in Miami on Nov. 22. Lynne Sladky/AP
A teenage boy who posted a video online of himself criticizing Singapore's founding father and disparaging Christianity, shortly after the leader's death last week, has been arrested for 'threaten[ing] religious harmony' in the tightly censored country.
BySaeed Azhar, Reuters
A Singapore teenager, who criticized Lee Kuan Yew on social media soon after the former leader's death, has been arrested and will be charged with making "insensitive and disparaging" comments about Christians, police said on Tuesday.