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Bitter cold grips U.S. from Plains to New England

Bitter cold grips U.S. from Plains to New England

Wind chills will be as cold as minus-20 to minus-25 Thursday morning. Actual air temperatures will be in the single digits to low teens, but it will feel much colder than that due to the winds. Snow totals across MA will be similar to what we saw Monday - generally an inch or two at the coastline and up to 6 inches inland. In the north will likely have to wait for Sunday morning before temps get above freezing.


Abe gives Putin painting related to 1855 Japan-Russia treaty

Abe gives Putin painting related to 1855 Japan-Russia treaty

Abe assured him that they are limited to self-defense and do not pose a threat to neighboring countries, while stressing the importance of discussing defense issues amid growing security concerns in the region, they said. "Just as valuably, he has demonstrated divisions in G-7 (Group of Seven) policy on Russian Federation and has encouraged Japan to distance itself from US policy", Brown added.



Louisville admits to receiving leaked plays vs. Wake Forest

Wake Forest won that game 6-3 in double overtime and finished the season 3-9. Every other school on the Demon Deacons' schedule over the past three seasons has said they have not been contacted by Wake Forest as part of its investigation with the lone exception of IN, whose officials did not respond to requests for comment from the News & Observer's Joe Giglio.


McLaren passes major milestone with production of 10000th vehicle

McLaren passes major milestone with production of 10000th vehicle

I guess it's fitting that the 10,000th auto is a 570S. The ramp up required a second shift at the MPC factory, increasing the staff to 750 workers and doubling output from 10 cars per day to 20 units. The supercar, part of the company's Sports Series, uses the same carbon fiber monocoque chassis as the 650S, 675LT, and 570S, as well as the same twin-turbo, 3.8-liter V-8 found in the entirety of the McLaren lineup.


First lady: White House needs a 'grown-up' to calm in crisis

First lady: White House needs a 'grown-up' to calm in crisis

Monday, with a rebroadcast on OWN on December 21. "I feel like Barack has been that for the nation in ways that people will come to appreciate". The Obamas campaigned against Donald Trump, arguing that he's unfit to be president. "Let's look at the future, '" she said. To illustrate her point about the necessity of hope, Michelle used an analogy involving children who get hurt: "You know, our children respond to crises the way they see us respond".