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Dec 08 2021
The Christmas tree at Fox Square in New York City was engulfed in flames just after midnight Wednesday.
Firefighters arrived on the scene and put out the blaze, Fox News host Shannon Bream reported on her show Fox News @ Night.
"The fire appears to be out for now. Moments ago, you could see, it was engulfed in flames. No word of any injuries there. We saw the crews there bravelyWashington Examiner
Dec 25 2019
Since 2012, hundreds of Christmas tree farms across the country have closed. I drove to Indiana, where the problem is especially pronounced, to ask farmers what's going wrong.
A lot, it seems.New York Times (News)
Dec 10 2021
Fox News responded to a fire on Wednesday — which destroyed the network’s corporate Christmas display — with over-the-top coverage throughout the day, blaming the blaze on liberal policies, progressive activists, various Democratic politicians, and even progressive philanthropist George Soros.
Sometime in the early hours of the morning on Wednesday, December 8, a fire broke out in theMedia Matters
Dec 26 2013
The speaker of Israels parliament says he refused to display a Christmas tree in the building because of the painful memories it evoked among Jews.The Blaze
Dec 20 2021
When a man allegedly lit fire to Fox News’s 50-foot Christmas Tree, did that represent an attack on the news outlet? An attack on Christmas? Both? Neither? The man charged with the crime, who was released without bail last week and is due back in court Jan. 4, is reportedly homeless and told investigators he was thinking of burning the tree down “all day long.” But why? No motive is known,AllSides Staff
Dec 25 2021
Some people have finished their Christmas shopping early, worried that the special gift they’d been eyeing might be in short supply. Yet others are rediscovering another type of gift that is never held up on an unloaded cargo ship or stuck in a clogged supply chain.
It is an act of kindness. Reminders of this deeper spirit of Christmas are not hard to find.
Most of them areChristian Science Monitor
Red Blue Translator
Dec 25 2019
Christmas is (finally) upon us. After months of red-and-green evergreen decorations in every store, and an increasingly unbroken stream of Santa-centric pop songs in every public place, the annual American onslaught reaches its peak this week.
Every year, those of us who don’t celebrate Christmas find ourselves having the same debates over and over again, starting well beforeThe Week - News
Dec 24 2020
Angela Kearney's living room is filled with Christmas decorations. The lights on her tree illuminate her most prized ornaments. The room looks festive, but the mood is filled with dread.
Kearney has been furloughed from her job as a paralegal since March and her pandemic unemployment benefits run out in January, like they will for 12 million other Americans -- unless Congress extendsCNN (Online News)
Dec 23 2020
Katherine May loves winter, from the cozy comforts of being indoors to the “blustery outdoor stuff.” But she is no great fan of Christmas – or at least the busywork that starts two months ahead of Dec. 25 and leaves her depleted before it even arrives. “I’m quite well known in my family for opening my Christmas cards standing over the recycling bin and just throwing them in,” she says.Christian Science Monitor