'Stay Home': Northeast Shuts Down as Blizzard Blows Through

A blizzard of possibly historic proportions battered the Northeast Friday into Saturday, and forecasters feared as much as two feet of snow and strong winds could shut down densely populated cities such as New York and Boston, where cars were ordered off the streets. State officials declared states of emergencies throughout the region, and utilities estimated more than a half-million customers were without power by late Friday night. Some wondered if the storm could top Boston's all-time...Full Story
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