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The WikiLeaks founder confirms that he expects to make in excess of $1.5 million from book deals. And in the least surprising revelation of the year, he plans to use the money on his ever-spiraling legal costs.
Surprisingly, more than mass turkey consumption took place this weekend.
As thousands of flights are canceled with road and rail disrupted too, it has not been a merry Christmas for many on the east coast of America.
After one of the most prolific lame-duck sessions of Congress in history, President Obama headed to Hawaii. But where did his predecessors go on vacation?
The Royal Mint’s commemorative coin to celebrate the impending marriage of Prince William and Kate Middleton has been released in the U.K. The reviews are in and to call them unkind is an understatement.
Now that Santa’s work is over for the season, he can let off some much needed steam
South Korea erected a Christmas Tree next to the North Korean border. North Korea doesn’t like it. South Korea is guarding it with marines.
And here you thought your Christmas was merry.
How Christmas trees are planted, grown and shipped is a fascinating process in itself. But at a North Carolina tree farm, the real story is how it gets its workers.
It’s one of the iconic images of Christmas, but it didn’t start out that way. Take a look back at the tree’s humble beginnings.
When we think of Dec. 25, we obviously think of Christmas Day. But a remarkable number of historical events happened, too.