NORAD launched its Santa-tracking website on Dec. 1, giving kids access to games, music, videos and a countdown.
A Chicago couple used their money saved for a catered reception for their wedding to feed the needy for Thanksgiving.
Many retailers and brands have joined the global movement of generosity by pledging a percentage of sales to various charities in honor of Giving Tuesday 2020.
Sam’s Club announced that members can book a free personal live session with Santa and take a photo with him, one of many retailers adjusting holiday plans due to COVID-19.
“America the Beautiful” is this year's Christmas theme at the White House.
The Scout tree lot opened in 1969 and has operated continuously since then.
People can enjoy the exhibits only from their vehicles due to COVID-19 concerns.
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Stores have capacity constraints and shoppers have concerns.
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Christmas tree growers who have faced increased interest in artificial trees in recent years say demand for real, fresh-cut evergreens is strong this season.
A man told FOX6 News a tire was stolen from his vehicle -- and replaced with a turkey.
While the overall number of travelers is still down, the TSA still reported a massive spike in the number of people passing through airports.
Letters pouring by the tens of thousands into Santa's mailbox offer a glimpse into the worries and hopes of children awaiting a pandemic-hit Christmas.
The shoppers at the Decatur Kroger were shocked when all their groceries were paid for by a group of Atlanta entrepreneurs.
More than 2,000 meals were distributed to a community that organizers say could easily have been forgotten. The San Francisco Fire Department and sheriff's office came together to lend a hand to the nonprofit "Self Help for the Elderly."
Several hundred homeless people in San Jose received a traditional Thanksgiving dinner in a not so traditional way. City Team found a way to work around the pandemic and provide grab and go meals.
This year, volunteers could not help prepare the meal because of safety concerns and CDC guidelines around COVID-19. So, the nonprofit organization altered its 70-year tradition and partnered with a catering company instead.
"There was no question we were going to serve Thanksgiving, it was just how we were going to do it," said Jean Cooper, strategy officer for Glide Memorial Church in San Francisco.