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  • With iceman on the way, U.S. plants and suppliers get ready

    CHICAGO (Reuters) - U.S. Steel is stockpiling extra iron ore ahead of what could be another record-long freeze-up of the Great Lakes. General Motors has built up inventories of critical parts at its plants and established a supply chain "crisis room"...
  • Blanket statement: Wisconsin town labels itself 'snow capital of the world'

    MILWAUKEE Residents in the northern Wisconsin community of Gile have named their hometown "the snow capital of the world," and for good reason: In just nine days, the hamlet has been blanketed with more than 6 feet of snow. That's 73.1 inches, to be...
  • 'Coldest max' temperature records broken

    'Coldest max' temperature records broken
    South Florida should see more sun on Thursday after shivering through Wednesday's record-breaking cold. The high temperature reached only 64 degrees in Fort Lauderdale, breaking the date's previous "cold maximum" record of 70 degrees set both in 1927...
  • Britain pledges $1.1 billion to U.N. Green Climate Fund

    LONDON (Reuters) - Britain has pledged up to 720 million pounds ($1.13 billion) on Thursday to a United Nations fund to help poor nations cope with global warming, the government said. The contribution is equivalent to around 12 percent of the Green...
  • Western New York buried by snow, braces for more

    Western New York buried by snow, braces for more
    Western New York state braced for a fresh wave of heavy snow on Wednesday after a freakish storm swept off the Great Lakes and deposited as much as five feet, killing at least seven people and stranding motorists overnight. The new bout of snow could...
  • Ann McFeatters: The Keystone pipeline, politics and the lonely snail darter

    WASHINGTON � Surprisingly, the snail darter is not extinct. As you busily prepare for the holidays (you are getting ready, aren't you?), you might wonder why this is an issue, let alone what it has to do with polar bears, mammoth butterflies and,...
  • Carl P. Leubsdorf: Post-midterms, back to gridlock as usual

    In the two weeks since President Barack Obama and top Republican congressional leaders vowed to seek common ground following GOP election victories, that goal has remained elusive. On issue after issue, the two sides are taking positions and...
  • U.S. managed assets with socially responsible criteria rise: report

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - The share of U.S. managed assets invested with environmental, social or similar criteria rose 50 percent over the past two years, a foundation that tracks the field said, because of new disclosure standards and client concern about...
  • Parts of upstate New York buried under a swift-moving snowstorm

    It was supposed to be a three-hour road trip. It turned into a 28-hour ordeal for members of a college basketball team, who finally were rescued Wednesday after a fast-moving snowstorm trapped them in their bus and buried parts of upstate New York under...
  • Standing in the way

    Sen. Tim Kaine wants Virginians to believe he is, as he says, a "pro-pipeline senator" and someone who supports the continued production of carbon-based fuel to satisfy the nation's energy appetite. However, by voting against the Keystone XL Pipeline on...
  • Breezy and mild today

    Breezy and mild today
    After two cool and at times chilly days, expect warmer temperatures today. Because it also should be breezy, beware of rip currents at the beaches. South Florida's Thursday forecast calls for a mix of sun and clouds with afternoon highs in the mid-70s,...