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Day after Christmas shopping spree

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The day after Christmas is not just for returning gifts — it’s a time for bargains. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.

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It would seem the Left will take any and every opportunity they can to attack Ivanka Trump, from invading her space and yelling at her and her kids on an airplane to attacking her on social media for sending out a Christmas / Hanukkah greeting.
Her tweet was actually lovely …

This year is one of the rare and special occasions where Hanukkah and Christmas coincide. Merry Christmas & Happy Hanukkah! #happyholidays pic…

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The New York Times is worried conservatives have appropriated fake news and used it against the media for their agenda.

Many conservatives have appropriated "fake news" and turned it against any news they see as hostile to their agenda https://t.co/PARtEAz1o8
— The New York Times (@nytimes) December 26, 2016

Anyone else see the irony in the New York Times complaining about fake news being used for an agenda? HELLO?! Perhaps they should look at their own publication over the last eight years, especially during the 2016 election…

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Christmas cards are a Victorian invention, the first ones being sold in 1843. Sir Henry Cole, the first director of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, had cards printed and hand-colored for his friends. In 1843, he suggested that 1,000 cards be printed and sold to the public. They were not an instant success […]
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As a rapidly graying population sparks worries about a pension bust, an important figure in the property business pushes a controversial solution.

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Airlines are wary of drones and other devices with powerful batteries. And they won’t be as delighted as you are with that virtual reality headset.

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The Hill reports Monday that President Obama will take some time after he leaves office to get back in tune with his center — which we imagine is well to the left of where most Americans keep theirs — in order to better “process what’s happened.”
The president reportedly told CNN’s David Axelrod during an interview for his podcast that he will “be quiet for a while…

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‘Tis the season that carolers sing, decorations are hung, Nativity scenes are set up, and Christmas cards begin flooding our mailboxes, each with a different scene from “The First Noel.” You might be shocked, however, to discover that many of the details you’ve come to believe about history’s first Christmas are completely inaccurate. The Christmas […]
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