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U-Haul Rejects Malfunction Claims Regarding Tailgate Party Tragedy; Logan Airport Expects Lots of Turkey Day Travelers

• Not surprisingly, U-Haul is nixing claims that a “vehicle malfunction” caused the crash that killed a tailgater at the Harvard-Yale game over the weekend. [HuffPo]

• Logan Airport officials expect far more travelers to fly this Thanksgiving than in years past (which is why you should, of course, check out Grub’s air “fare” slideshow). [Herald]

• “We’ve become a nation of really weird eaters,” particularly Millennials, who consume cereal any old time of day and favor snacking over actual meals. [USAT]

• … Which actually might be good, since we all need to get used to eating less: Research indicates that world food demand is likely to double by 2050. [Business Week]

• And don’t go blaming fat people: Contrary to what you might think, those who are overweight actually eat fewer meals than normal-weight people. [Reuters]

U-Haul Rejects Malfunction Claims Regarding Tailgate Party Tragedy; Logan