How an accidental call to NORAD's top-secret military hotline led to a Christmas tradition.
They literally tried to take the Christ out of Christmas.
Seasonal greetings have never been so controversial.
From its rebellious composer to its debut with minstrels in blackface, learn eight surprising facts about one of the most popular holiday melodies.
For decades, American children have been leaving out cookies and milk for Santa Claus on Christmas Eve. But how did this holiday food tradition get started?
Now a Christmas icon, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was created by a department store adman enduring a great personal tragedy 75 years ago.
Edward Hibberd Johnson not only added flash and color to Christmas trees when he introduced electric lights in 1882, he saved lives in the process.
Christmas Pudding (also known as plum pudding or figgy pudding) is a dish as famous as it is misunderstood.
According to the latest Pew Research Center survey, nine out of every 10 Americans celebrate Christmas, but only half of those view it as a religious holiday.