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Topic - Christmas
Many children dream about owning a pet, but many parents are not ready for the commitment. Here are three reasons why owning a pet may be a good idea for your family.
Christmas is a time for putting past differences aside — including those between the White House and the embattled U.S. coal industry.
They may live in one of the wealthiest school districts in the county but volunteers with a longtime local food bank say that doesn't mean that there are not people in the Grand Blanc area who don't need help.
Lawmakers have agreed to make domestic abuse one of the grounds for immediate divorce in Louisiana, rather than having a months-long waiting period.
A new Christmas tree will be planted in Fairbanks on Monday, Alaska's observance of Arbor Day.
Social rituals abound for filling homes with stuff — from Christmas gifts to birthday presents. But nothing really exists in American culture to reduce the accumulation of clutter.
The House has backed a bill that would allow Louisiana's public schools to celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah and Kwanzaa on campus.
Maine's U.S. Attorney says he has reached a settlement agreement with a manufacturer of Christmas wreaths targeted during an investigation into the work status of company's employees.
South Carolina parents might very well see a menorah and a manger alongside a Christmas tree and even a Festivus pole from the TV show "Seinfeld" at their children's schools next winter if state legislation is passed.
Apparently, Jesus is not the official reason for the season in Norwood, Mass., schools. But town residents have launched a fight, demanding that the school district — which previously subbed out "Christmas" on its student calendar for the more generic term of "winter" — reconsider its decision.
Mr. Coats tweeted out a list Friday morning of 10 things he won't be able to since he's been banned from Russia. No. 6 on the list? "I won't be able to buy Marsha a Russian mink coat for Christmas."
Find below an English translation, by CNA's Estefania Aguirre and Alan Holdren, of the March 5 interview of Pope Francis with Italian daily "Corriere della Sera".
A Chicago alderman's chief of staff is charged with accepting a $7,500 bribe in exchange for helping to secure a letter from his boss supporting a liquor license, federal authorities announced Friday.
When Greg Abbott was paralyzed by a fallen tree in 1984, Mark Phariss flew 500 miles to his friend's bedside. They were law school pals who swapped stories over dinner, job leads and airport rides, and they still exchange Christmas cards today.
A 46-year-old Johnson County man man has been sentenced to four years in prison for possessing child pornography.