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Northeast tries to dig out, power up after latest storm
Residents in the Northeast are digging out from as much as 2 feet of heavy snow as utilities deal with downed trees and power lines that snarled traffic and left hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses without electricity
The Latest: Barge supporting Harvard Sailing Center sinking
The Latest on the recovery from a second powerful storm that rumbled through the Northeast (all times local): 7:10 p.m. A barge that supports the Harvard Sailing Center is sinking. The Boston Globe reports it began partially sinking into the Charles River during the powerful nor'easter.
Q&A: Maine's the 1st but how will ranked-choice voting work?
Q&A: Maine is set to become the first state to implement a ranked voting system for statewide primary elections. How will it work?
At least 6 dead as monster 'bomb cyclone,' thundersnow wallop Northeast
At least six people have died and more than 4,000 U.S. flights have been canceled due to a massive winter storm hitting the East Coast, with heavy snow , gusty winds and the coldest air of the season. State officials said three of the deaths occurred in North Carolina and a fourth happened in South
The Note: On #metoo, a partisan split
The TAKE with Rick Klein The declaration came definitively, if belatedly: #metoo has to mean them, too. The coordinated push to get Sen. Al Franken to resign reflects a new, cleaner, and more internally aggressive approach by top Democrats to demonstrate accountability in their own ranks. Until
The Note: Trump takes a chainsaw to health care
THE TAKE President Trump is once again the bull in the china shop, telling Congress, “I broke it, you buy it.” Within 24 hours, he will make two statements that could wreak havoc on systems in place expecting lawmakers to pick up the pieces. First, the monumental decision to end subsidies the
States face partial shutdowns as July 4 holiday looms
New Jersey, Illinois and Maine are facing at least partial government shutdowns during the heart of the summer holiday season, which will adversely affect residents’ travel and holiday plans, as well as the payments towards some government employees, if the states don’t take action. New Jersey
Get Up To Speed on the Maine Governor's Voicemail Controversy
ABC News' Katherine Faulders and affiliate reporter Paul Merrill discuss what's next in the saga of Maine Governor Paul LePage