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Holiday Shopping Bonanza Road to Economic Health?
Cookie Project Spreads Cheer to Christmas Workers
Cyber Monday: Holiday Sales Off to Record Start
Consumer Spending Continues to Rise
Retailers Elated as Shoppers Snap up Christmas Deals
As seen on The 700 Club's nationally televised broadcast for Dec. 27, the top headlines from CBN News include -- Holiday Shopping Bonanza Road to Economic Health?, GOP Hopefuls Race Across Iowa for Votes, and more.
Watch the Friday, Nov. 26 edition of CBN News Channel's Morning News with Charlene Israel and Heather Sells. Top Stories -- Holiday shopping season officially kicks off, C.S. Lewis’s stepson on the Voyage of the Dawn Treader, and more.
Christmas shopping can be expensive and even overwhelming, but consumer expert Johnny McCoy says it doesn't have to be. She offers practical tips on what she calls "busting the traditional holiday shopping myths."
Although China is officially an atheist state, in recent years it has allowed people to celebrate this very significant Christian holiday.
It's cyber Monday. Everyone's back at work from the Thanksgiving holiday. And retailers expect many to be clicking their way through their holiday shopping list today…
As seen on Monday's "The 700 Club," the top stories from CBN News include, Are Americans in the Holiday Shopping Spirit as the Recession Drags On?, FBI: Child Prostitution Expanding in the U.S., and more.
As seen on Wednesday's "The 700 Club," the top stories from CBN News include Misdiagnosis: Coma Patient Awake All Along, Debt Dampens Holiday Shopping, and more.
What is supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year is actually the opposite for millions of Americans who dread the holidays.
Watch CBN NewsWatch with Mark Martin. Top Stories: holiday shopping numbers, a new turkey trend, "Black Friday" anticipation, and more.
Holiday Shopping Season: How to Stay out of Debt
Retailers Prepare for Holiday Shopping Boom
Poll: Debt Dampens Holiday Shopping
Cyber Shoppers Click Aside Recession Worries