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December 25, 2012
Pope Calls For Peace And Hope In Middle East
Instead Of Celebration, Christmas A Time For Solace In Newtown
The Sounds Of A Family Christmas, 108 Years Later
For Many, Christmas Morning Means Beloved Breakfasts
Islamist Militant Groups On The Rise In Africa
E.T.A. Hoffmann's original story, "Nutcracker and Mouse King," is darker and spookier than the ballet version most people know.
No Sugar Plums Here: The Dark, Romantic Roots Of 'The Nutcracker'
Graphic Novels That Flew Under The Radar In 2012
David Daniel, an east Texas landowner, was so determined to block the Keystone XL pipeline from coming through his forest that he took to his trees and built an elaborate network of treehouses eight stories above the ground.
Texas Man Takes Last Stand Against Keystone XL Pipeline
The Bittersweet Tale Of An Odd Christmas Cookie Sandwich
A recent study in the British Medical Journal concludes that Rudolph's nose is red "due to the presence of a highly dense and rich nasal microcirculation."
Study: Red Noses Help Reindeers Cope With Polar Air
Perfectionists Are Often The Best At 'The Art Of Procrastination'
Does bell pepper and black tea sound appetizing? A computer may think so.
Computers May Someday Beat Chefs At Creating Flavors We Crave
Family's 'Small Plate Throwdown' A Competitive Christmas Tradition
Recipe Rebellion: A Year Of Contrarian Cookbooks
'Prophet School' Trains A New Generation In Israel
Jack O'Donnell (Brian Cranston) and Tony Mendez (Ben Affleck) are tasked with saving six Americans during the Iran hostage crisis.
Fact Checking 'Argo': A Great Escape That Takes Some Leaps
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