East Coast Heat Wave Bears Down on Millions of Powerless Residents

A record heat wave is bearing down on nearly 1.8 million people from North Carolina to New Jersey who are sitting in the dark after a storm ripped through the East Coast knocking out power last week. More than 1 million homes in seven states remain without power after Friday's freak storm and officials fear the death toll, already at 22, could rise because of the sweltering heat. Across the U.S. today, temperatures pushed well into the 90s. Five cities -- including Chicago, Detroit and Kansas...Full Story
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