Daily Feed: Storm Threatens Thanksgiving Travel Plans

Busy Thanksgiving Travel Day Threatened by Storm. 42.5 million people are driving, flying, or otherwise riding to their Turkey Day destinations today, the busiest travel day of the year — now complete with an inch of rain and winds reaching 25-35 mph in the forecast for Boston. [Fox]

Here’s Your Excuse for Skipping the Green Bean Casserole Tomorrow. The Harvard School of Public Health found traces of bisphenol A (BPA) in 100 percent of volunteers who ate canned soup — compared to 77 percent in people who didn’t — because BPA is present in the lining of the can. Crazy Aunt Sophie’s mushy green bean casserole, be damned. [BBC]

Catherine Greig Could Be Stashing Cash. And that’s the reason the girlfriend who went on the lam with the most notorious, most wanted mob boss in Boston history shouldn’t be released on bail. [AP]

Middle Class in Massachusetts Losing Hope, Says Boston-Based Think Tank. “[The findings are] pretty stark; they show a loss of confidence in the American dream,” said Benjamin Forman, research director for MassINC, which conducted the study. “And confidence is critical in growing our way out of this slow economy.” [Enterprise News]

Red Sox Announce 13 Personnel Shake-Ups, Few Surprises. Now we all can turn our attention back to watching football. [ESPN]