By Frank Dobson, The Conversation
Stocks are opening higher in muted trading on Wall Street Monday as traders return from the Christmas holiday.
By Associated Press
New Year celebrations are approaching and across the world there is an urge to party. But the desire to let loose is being countered by the highly transmissible omicron variant.
By Raf Casert, Associated Press
2021 marks the fifth edition of the gingerbread model and the first time it's been back within the walls of the Capitol since 2019.
By Dan Cooney
To limit crowds in stores, retailers last year were forced to turn what had become a weekend shopping blitz into an extended event with holiday sales beginning as early as October.
By Anne D'Innocenzio, Associated Press
The economic impact of the coronavirus has been felt far and wide across the country. But how has the pandemic impacted charitable giving and philanthropic donations throughout this year? And what are the challenges ahead for not-for-profits? Stacy Palmer, editor…
For many Americans, 2020 has been a long, difficult year. But this holiday season, one video is spreading joy and warming hearts for millions of its viewers. Stephanie Sy explains.
Each year we've asked the Department of Defense to spread a little holiday cheer and record service members singing a Christmas song. This year, members from across the services performed "Little Drummer Boy.”…
This is a time where cooking takes center stage, but often overlooked are Black chefs and cuisine. Marcus Samuelsson is a chef, restaurateur, and host of the PBS series, "No Passport Required." His new book, "The Rise" is a celebration…
This is Melania Trump's fourth year in a row at the event. The First Lady chatted with children before helping Marines and children sort toys and make Christmas cards, which will be included with each gift for children.
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