The Popeyes chicken sandwich apparently is the gift that keeps on giving now that it's been made into an ugly Christmas sweater.
Santa's no snitch, but he wore a wire for us so we could find out what kids want for Christmas this year.
The Gary Sinise Foundation hosted the 14th annual Snowball Express event, a five-day, all expenses paid retreat for more than 1,700 family members of our fallen military heroes.
Whether you wrap gifts like Martha Stewart or toss items into a bag at the last second and call it good enough, the presentation of your gift will likely have an effect on the recipient’s expectations about what’s inside — and potentially even how they feel about the present once it’s unwrapped.
Santa Claus stopped by to make Christmas even more memorable for the tiniest infants and their families in the NICU at Memorial Hermann Southwest Hospital.
The real estate firm said the average employee will receive $50,000.
Looks like a police horse in Louisiana has made the "nice list" this holiday season.
A photo of a display taken outside Claremont United Methodist Church which shows the Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph separated at the border is going viral.
Get the french fry lover in your life the perfect gift with new holiday merchandise from McDonald's.
If you’re shopping for the real thing there’s a South Philadelphia staple that has you and your family covered.
Chicago Bears linebacker Khalil Mack is delivering Christmas cheer to residents of his Florida hometown by paying off all the holiday layaway accounts at a local Walmart.
The sweater shows Santa with cocaine and the phrase "let it snow."
Look no further — "Jawnaments" are the innately Philly ornaments with which to adorn your Christmas tree.
There’s no place like home for the holidays and soldiers from New Jersey know this all too well, as an11-month deployment is over and joyful reunions take place in Camden County, just in time for the holidays.
Brad Sattin is in Camden County reporting on the joyful homecoming
A digital bank of letters allows good Samaritans to read letters online and adopt a wish from a letter author.
For the fourth year in a row, 100 families in Norristown will be able to celebrate the holidays with a Christmas tree they may not have been able to afford otherwise.
Kelly Rule reports from Norristown where Christmas trees were donated to deserving families.
A 93-year-old toymaker crafted hundreds of wooden toys to give to children for Christmas.
Christmas has come early to people whose idea of Christmas is just doughnuts, and maybe a few decorations here and there.