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A fleet of 2,000 plows took to the streets of Boston overnight, trying to keep pace with snow falling at two to three inches per hour. More snow is expected, along with significant power outages in parts of Massachusetts. Anna Werner reports from Boston.
Coastal flooding and high surf are expected in Maine with the state's entire coast under a blizzard warning. Jericka Duncan reports from Portland, Maine.
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The snow and wind got heavier as the storm moved east. Parts of Long Island saw three to four inches of snow per hour. Local police say the storm turned deadly overnight when a 17-year-old hit a light pole while sledding. Kris Van Cleave reports from Commack, New York.
The blizzard dumped just a quarter of what meteorologists predicted, but that was still enough to bring New York City to a standstill. Subways and commuter train services are closed, and the streets are practically car-free. Don Dahler reports from Times Square.
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At the peak of the storm, up to four inches of snow could fall per hour. Chief meteorologist Eric Fisher of CBS affiliate WBZ-TV has the forecast.
After the Great Recession, more than half of Americans used up some or all of their retirement savings. Anthony Mason reports on what people can do to start building their nest egg.
Authorities say two small planes ran out of fuel and went into the Pacific off Hawaii, but all five aboard the aircraft survived. One of the planes was aided by a parachute that slowed its descent toward the water. John Blackstone reports.
Shops and stores across the Northeast are preparing for the storm, with some shops reaping profits and others fearing losses. Jericka Duncan reports.
CBS News was given access to go inside the base where the U.S. picks ISIS targets to bomb. As we found out, the process involves detailed analysis of satellite photos to find legitimate targets. David Martin reports from Shaw Air Force Base, S.C.
A drone was found on the White House lawn early Monday morning. Although it was determined to be harmless, its ability to land on the lawn raised security questions. Law enforcement experts told CBS News that unmanned aerial vehicles have the ability to pose serious threats to security. Jeff Pegues reports.
Ahead of the blizzard in the Northeast, more than 1,700 flights were delayed in addition to cancellations. No-fly destinations are even causing headaches for travelers coming from warmer cities. Mark Strassmann reports.
In Boston, the public transportation system will stop working at midnight Monday. This has caused a nightmare for Massachusetts General Hospital, as many of their employees use public transportation to commute to work. Anna Werner reports.