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U.S. Customs and Border Protection joined several government agencies in marking Christmas Day, but their Santa Claus immigration reference angered many who responded that hundreds of migrant families remain separated at the border.
A tweet from the U.S. Department of Agriculture about issuing Santa a permit to enter the country raised the hackles of some Twitter users who brought up the plight of migrants in detention camps.
Thanks to Google and NORAD, kids know exactly when they need to be in bed on Christmas Eve.
SantaCon will take over New York City's Midtown and Lower East Side on Saturday December 14.
A Wednesday announcement confirmed that New York City's annual SantaCon event would remain on dry land, after formerly advertised party boats were canceled.
The app asked the girl what she was wearing and asked her age — and when she replied, said she was too old.
Bystanders described the "raging" Santa Claus as "an absolute disgrace" after he screamed at the excited children.
The man decided to crash the Festival of Lights in Cape Coral this week with a giant sign and yell about how parents were lying to their children.
The incident happened just before 7 p.m. local time, during a Christmas parade in Yarmouth, Canada.
Let us mute our TV sets with their incessant "Buy! Buy! Buy!" commercial message and instead turn to the Good Book.
A Santa Claus in Indiana is suing a mother after she said he spanked her son.
Forget something? No big deal, here's what will be open late on Christmas Eve?
Most Americans think Christmas has become too commercial.
Popular stories about Saint Nicholas served as an inspiration for the legend of Father Christmas in the 16th century.
The extent to which Santa is real is limited pretty much only by your imagination, but St. Nick, at least, was a living, breathing person.
The iconic Macy's department store in New York City will now require families to make reservations to see Santa Claus.
Catholic and Orthodox Christians had previously believed the remains of Saint Nicholas were held in Bari, Italy.
For some, the time-honored Christmas tradition is a welcome distraction from the incoming administration.
The issue could become the 'final straw' when relationships are vulnerable, experts said.