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A new antishopping documentary urges Americans to stifle their gift-giving impulses.
The final and 24th White House holiday party is tonight, and it's the top Bush staff that will be serving the cooks, ushers, and other residence workers.
The rise in gift cards this year is largely because they have improved.
Here's Sen. John Kerry's seasonal card to us, showing a cozy pose with his wife Teresa.
The battlefield has always been a poignant place to spend the holidays.
Hosting an endless round of holiday parties at the White House.
It’s just like the Dr. Seuss book. Sort of. After the Grinch ruins Christmas by stealing all the little tots’ surprises, he merrily returns the presents Christmas morning to the children of Whoville. In the same fashion, Facebook’s Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg apologized Wednesday for the online sales-tracking device that apparently revealed some of its users’ Christmas and Hanukkah surprises and changed the system so that Facebook users now have to opt in.
Chevy Chase would have rejoiced.
Senate Democrats didn't spew venom and President Bush didn't respond with insults when they met Monday night for the black-tie Christmas Congressional Ball at the White House.