Dangerous Monster Storm Descends on Northeast
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A blizzard forecasters call "life-threatening" that may drop three feet of snow from New York to Boston has caused more than 1,800 flight cancellations and will likely block road and rail traffic, close schools and knock out power across the U.S. Northeast. [Full Story]
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