Shopping for the techie who has everything? Check out these offbeat gift ideas
Looking for a last minute gift?
Procrastinators take note: Time is running out for sending gifts and packages in time for Christmas.
Choose to leave during off hours and off days, and have other routes in mind to make your trip faster. We've got some suggestions.
Coming up to Christmas, the weather is going to be fine in the D.C. region. Elsewhere in the country, it's a different story.
Gift Guide: Roku, Apple TV, Chromecast project Internet video to big-screen TV
Arlington County is considering limiting the value of gifts to teachers. But what do teachers want? One teacher says, supplies.
Knock-offs gain cachet: Vegan leather accents, faux fur are popular gifts for the holidays
Gift Guide: Merry Makerdays! Gifts that invite the recipient to invent, make and build
If you're looking for family-friendly things to do on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, we found a bunch of options for you to choose from all around the region.
Here are some tips, if you plan to regift.
After plowing through dozens of "travel" gift guides, I've come to an inescapable conclusion: Nobody understands business travelers except those of us who do it.
It was supposed to be a positive night, meant to raising money for the homeless charity Thrive D.C., but as a area choir performed its Christmas concert, someone was stealing from the singers.
Shopping for the perfect gift can be difficult. No one wants to give a bad gift, but it happens.
Not everyone is drinking out of a giant cup of Christmas cheer this year. But before you go hounding "the grinches," stop and think about why people might be low on spirit.
Gift Guide: Fitness trackers for the aspiring health nut in (some) of us
Holiday tradition of The Elf on the Shelf is a Christmas cautionary tale for some parents
As NORAD gets ready to track Santa, critics are tracking NORAD, saying video is militaristic
With Christmas just one week away, many people will finish their holiday shopping by buying gift cards.
Christmas is more a cultural than religious event for one-third of Americans, new survey finds