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Federal Government Shuts Down for Snow Storm

Offices in Washington, D.C., are closed for the second time this winter.
01/21/2014

Transcript for Federal Government Shuts Down for Snow Storm

It's time for another winter wallop a powerful storm is bringing snow and frigid temperatures from the mid west across a wide swath of the East Coast. Washington the federal government closed along... See More
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