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Winter Storm Creates Treacherous Travel for Midwest and Northeast With Ice and Snow
Temperatures are plummeting across the central U.S. as a blast of arctic air moves into the region, and the rapid temperature drop is quickly icing over roadways and making travel difficult and dangerous from Texas up through Indiana. The plunging temperatures come on the heels of winter storm that
Deadly Arctic Blast Makes Roads Hazardous to Drivers
Some parts of the country experienced temperatures feeling as low as 19 degrees below zero.
Alshon Jeffery, Bears fail to reach long-term contract before deadline
Chicago Bears receiver Alshon Jeffery will play the 2016 season under a one-year franchise tag after he and the team failed to reach agreement on a long-term deal before Friday's deadline. Jeffery received the Bears' non-exclusive franchise tag and signed the tender, worth $14,599,000, on March 8.
Alshon Jeffery, Bears fail to reach long-term contract prior to deadline
Chicago Bears receiver Alshon Jeffery will play the 2016 season under a one-year franchise tag after he and the team failed to reach agreement on a long-term deal prior to Friday's deadline. Jeffery received the Bears' non-exclusive franchise tag and signed the tender, worth $14,599,000, on March
The Northeast Braces for Extreme Cold
Sub-zero temperatures and lake-effect snow cause winter weather advisories in more than 20 states.
Winter Weather Makes for Dangerous and Treacherous Driving
Record snow, wind chills 50 degrees below zero have made for slick roads, causing pileups and accidents in several states.
Summertime Madness (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES RECORD NUMBER OF AMERICANS DISAPPROVE OF THEIR LAWMAKER: Three months before the midterm elections a record number of Americans in the latest ABC News-Washington Post poll disapprove of their own representative in Congress — a potentially chilling ...
Tropical Storm Karen Heads for Gulf, Record Snow in West, Tornadoes in Neb.
La., Miss., Fla. declare states of emergency; blizzard in S.D. and Wyo.; twisters slam Neb.
Roundtable I: This Week in Politics
worrying about politics and worry about people. Sit down, get in a room and don't come out of that room until you've got this thing taken care of. It's absolutely ridiculous. I mean, it should have happened a long time ago. And if you have to get the job done, you need to get the job done. We heard
'This Week' Transcript: Senators Charles Schumer and Jon Kyl
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) KARL (voice-over): Good morning, and welcome to a special edition of "This Week." OBAMA: The hour for immediate action is here. KARL: There's no doubt about that. With less than two days before America plunges over the fiscal cliff, lawmakers are finally saying, "Let's make a