If you're just rolling out of bed, happy Friday to you! Here's a look at the big stories from overnight. These are the Top Trenders this morning.
Number 5: The New England Patriots are giving thanks for a big win on turkey day.
Quarterback Tom Brady led his NFL team to victory over the New York Jets Thursday 49 to 19.
He didn't do all the work though. Friday morning the web was blowing up with analysts saying the Jets blew it.
Football fans are calling it a terribly embarrassing loss.
Number 4: Facebook is looking to forego feedback from users.
Right now the social networking site allows members to vote on major changes to site policies.
But now the company wants to take that power away.
Executives say Facebook has gotten to big to allow for democracy.
The online network has one billion members.
Number 3: A Thanksgiving tragedy.
Two people are dead and more than 80 hurt in a massive pileup on a Texas highway Thursday.
More than 140 vehicles collided on Interstate 10, east of Houston.
Investigators blame dense fog for the wreck, which forced the highway to close for over eight hours.
Number 2: Walmart.
Employees walked out or protested at stores across the country.
California, Oregon, Wisconsin all saw demonstrations.
A group even protested the Bentonville-based retailer in Springdale Thursday night.
Another protest is planned for Little Rock Friday afternoon.
The workers say they're fighting for better pay and benefits.
But according to Walmart, the unhappy associates make up just a handful of their workforce.
Number 1: Black Friday!
Shoppers are going nuts in stores around the nation.
The frenzy started Thursday night and will no doubt continue clear through the weekend, into Cyber Monday.
That's the day many people will take to the web to shop online holiday deals.