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How to Find the Quietest Spot on an Airplane


The amount of noise you hear on a flight depends on the plane, your seat and how you prepare. After conducting tests aboard various flights, WSJ's Scott McCartney has some tips on how you can make your next journey a peaceful one. Photo Illustration: Drew Evans/The Wall Street Journal.

As people look to rekindle the joy of the holiday season in a year where many aren't able to spend Christmas with family, Christmas tree sales are surging. With so many options, what's the best way to pick out a Christmas tree? Inside Edition reporter Allison Hall went Christmas tree shopping with the experts at Hicks' Nurseries in Westbury, New York. When setting it up, don't make the mistake of putting it in front of a window where the sun will dry it out!
The Georgia Secretary of State office confirmed that shortly before Christmas, President Trump called the state's chief elections investigator to "find the fraud," and said the official would be a "national hero" if he did so. NBC's Julia Jester reports.
Mark Titus & Tate Frazier explain why Virginia is just fine after an early loss to San Francisco, and how Virginia's success will likely ride on the development of Sam Hauser.
Senator Chris Coons (D-DE), member of the Judiciary Committee, tells Andrea Mitchell that he'll "be working with my colleagues to make sure that we find a path towards accountability for President Trump and those who supported this unprecedented challenge to the certification of a free and fair election, while also trying to advocate for the prompt confirmation, particularly of the vital national security and foreign policy nominees that will make up the core of President-Elect Biden's cabinet." Aired on 01/12/2021.

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