That sweater doesn't fit? Or the toy broke the first time your child turned it on? Now that the presents are open, another annual ritual begins -- returning unwanted, un-needed or defective gifts.
As you celebrate Christmas Sunday, here are some fun facts about the holiday you might not know about.
This time of year you may be bombarded with requests from charities for donations either by mail, email, phone or someone knocking on door.
You know Dasher and Dancer and the rest of the gang. But do you recall, the most "Perfect Christmas Crowd-Bringer" of all?
Here's the recipe the Moss family used to make their cookies.
Crooks are getting gift cards before they've been loaded with money. Here are some tips to avoid getting scammed.
Of all the things you have to remember when packing the car up for holiday travel, there's one important item that's easy to overlook: an emergency kit.
With their twinkling lights, shiny tinsel and festive ornaments, Christmas trees can bring plenty of joy into your home at this time of the year.
WTOP's Jason Fraley concludes his countdown of the best Christmas movies and TV specials.
WTOP's Jason Fraley continues his countdown of the best Christmas movies and TV shows.
Cheesy. Cliche. Sentimental. These are the charges that Cinema Scrooges often make toward Christmas Movies.
It's that time of year again. All the neighbors put up their version of tasteful Christmas tree lights and everyone enjoys them peacefully, just as the season dictates.
It can be hard to keep up the holiday spirit while out doing last-minute holiday shopping. For many, the holidays can mean a lot of stress.
Procrastination isn't always a bad idea when it comes to Christmas shopping, in fact, it can save you some money and sanity.
Christmas tree or menorah? How about both. Many families are facing that exact "December Dilemma."
Nearly half of Washington area residents say they're doing more online shopping at home because they want to avoid the region's traffic headaches, according to a new WTOP Beltway Poll.
According to a new WTOP Beltway Poll, the holiday spirit is alive and well in our area.
But while visiting the offices of the Frederick County Government building this week, I ran into a little-known holiday treat: The Christmas Pickle.
Rich foods, glass baubles and tinsel, and exotic holiday greens capture the attention of cats and dogs, but all can pose a serious threat to their well-being.