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New Year's Day
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From New Zealand to New York, the world eagerly welcomed a new year Sunday with confetti-filled celebrations, glittering fireworks displays and star-studded festivities.
Leaving behind a year of bruising legislative battles, President Barack Obama enters his fourth year in office having calculated that he no longer needs Congress to promote his agenda and may even benefit in his re-election campaign if lawmakers take little action in 2012.
Oscar-nominated actress Helena Bonham Carter, famed for playing quirky characters as well as British royalty, joins a former prisoner, a reality TV guru and several Olympics organizers on the list of people being awarded honors by Queen Elizabeth II this New Year.
If you need proof that Dick Clark still rules New Year's Eve, here it is.
T his is the week that pits the old fogies against the rising generations in determining "what's in" for 2012 and "what's out" from 2011. Fashion and political opinions traditionally have made for a showdown at Generation Gap, but this year, as we move into a new year, there's a communication gap, too. It's as much about process as substance in how we see the future.
It's that time again — time to predict trends for the new year. My favorite trends to watch are in an arena that probably shouldn't be trendy at all: parenting.
The streets of downtown Lisbon are usually ablaze with Christmas lights around this time.
The Santa hats, beach background or dressed-up dog in the holiday card photo might be saying more than "Merry Christmas" or "Happy New Year."
The NHL is hoping to turn Thanksgiving weekend into a hockey holiday as it did with New Year's Day.