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1-year-old Graham Smith rides on a sled at his grandmother's house.
Timelapse video shows the streets of New York City as the blizzard rollls in.
A family narrowly escaped to safety before their car was swallowed up by a sinkhole in Hyattsville, Maryland.
More than 50 million people hunkered down as a mighty winter storm pounded down on cities in the Northeast forcing statewide road travel bans. Thousands of people were left stranded as more than 7,000 flights were cancelled.
Standing in the thick of the storm, WCSH meteorolgist A.J. Burnett explains how this nor'easter differs from those Mainers are used to along the coast.
Cities and towns in the northeastern parts of the U.S. are preparing for blizzard-like conditions in what could be a record-breaking amount of snowfall.
New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft appeared unexpectedly at the team's first Super Bowl press conference Monday night, and said the Patriots did nothing wrong in the scandal of deflated footballs.
USA TODAY's Desair Brown talks with Weather editor Doyle Rice about what to expect when the monster storm hits.
Every year, automakers roll out about 70 new or redesigned cars. Cars.com spends hundreds of hours test driving these cars. They pick six top cars, but only one can win Cars.com's Best of 2015 Award.
Phil Tinsley and his wife are feeling violated after noticing that the bronze vase they had used to lay flowers at their daughter's grave was gone, the likely target of scrappers. Even worse, it may be one of hundreds that have been stolen.