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  • Winter storm may bring chaos to Thanksgiving travel plans

    An ill-timed winter storm is expected to make an appearance on the East Coast on Wednesday, threatening to snarl holiday travel plans on what is traditionally the busiest travel day of the year. The storm system is expected to form off the coast of...
  • Rain, snow may snarl U.S. holiday travel

    Rain, snow may snarl U.S. holiday travel
    Treacherous weather predicted for the day before Thanksgiving prompted some of the 46.3 million Americans expected to travel this holiday weekend, the year's busiest, to bump their flight and driving plans up to Tuesday. Up to 10 inches of snow was...
  • Pictures in the News | November 19, 2014

     
    Brrrrrrrr, Wednesday's Pictures in the News begins on the East Coast, where a massive snowstorm that hammered much of upstate New York has claimed several lives and left thousands stranded along highways and inside homes as temperatures hover below...
  • New York Ebola patient's movements raise concern

    New York Ebola patient's movements raise concern
    He rode the crowded subways. He strolled through a popular park. He stopped for coffee, ate a meal in a restaurant, went jogging, bowled with friends and spent time with his fiancee in their Manhattan apartment. Dr. Craig Spencer, the nation's newest...
  • New apps for U.S. renters may keep lax landlords in line

    New apps for U.S. renters may keep lax landlords in line
    When Tom Hunter and his two roommates were left without heat for more than a month by a negligent landlord in New York, they began toying with an idea: an app that could help renters keep landlords in check. Two winters and two months of coding later,...
  • Record-setting storm drenches N.Y. area, leaves highways underwater

    Record-setting storm drenches N.Y. area, leaves highways underwater
    Some records are broken. Others are smashed beyond belief. The rain that hit the New York City suburbs late Tuesday and early Wednesday clearly fell into the latter category, dumping a remarkable 13.1 inches of rain in just a few hours. Major highways...
  • Long Island hit by flash floods during rush hour

    Long Island hit by flash floods during rush hour
    NEW YORK — More than a foot of rain hit parts of New York's Long Island on Wednesday, enough to set a preliminary state record, triggering flash floods and swamping cars on major roads that were turned into rivers during the morning rush hour....
  • Brief cooldown before 80s return Friday

     A backdoor cold front slipped through Chicago on Wednesday afternoon, shifting winds into the northeast and dropping 80-degree temperatures into the 70s. With cool Canadian high pressure in place Thursday, highs will hold in the 70s for only the second...
  • Bounce house goes airborne, spins high, seriously injuring two boys

    A bounce house in upstate New York was caught by the wind, which lifted the inflatable structure high into the air and seriously injured two boys who fell out. The accident, caught in a photograph that has gone viral, is the most recent and well-...
  • Falling ice shows New Yorkers a dangerous downside of warmer weather

    NEW YORK -- East Coast residents sick of a long, snowy winter reveled in warmer temperatures that reached 45 degrees in some areas -- until they realized the sky was falling. Well, not the sky, precisely, but it may have seemed that way: Chunks of ice...
  • Some New York City streets closed due to falling ice, snow

    NEW YORK, Feb 19 (Reuters) - New Yorkers got a reprieve from the relentless winter weather on Wednesday only to find that the season's wrath created a fresh menace of large chunks of snow and ice falling from skyscrapers to the sidewalks below....