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    US East Coast Digs Out After Massive Blizzardi
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    Ramon Taylor
    January 25, 2016 1:01 AM
    The record-setting winter storm is over, but its aftermath is still paralyzing the U.S. East Coast, having left tens of thousands of people without power, and resulting in more than 10,000 flight cancellations over the weekend. As for the millions who hibernated in their homes over the weekend, the end of the blizzard means digging their way back to reality. Ramon Taylor reports.

    US East Coast Digs Out After Massive Blizzard

    Published January 24, 2016

    The record-setting winter storm is over, but its aftermath is still paralyzing the U.S. East Coast, having left tens of thousands of people without power, and resulting in more than 10,000 flight cancellations over the weekend. As for the millions who hibernated in their homes over the weekend, the end of the blizzard means digging their way back to reality. Ramon Taylor reports.


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