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Blizzard 2015: Cities, states begin shutting down
Airports, roadways and trains start grinding to a halt as potentially historic storm starts to unload up to 3 feet of snow on millions on East Coast
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Watch: Northeast gears up for blizzard
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.
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Top safety tips for surviving the blizzard of 2015
With parts of the Northeast expecting up to three feet of snow, here's what you can do to protect yourself and your loved ones
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How a Chinese tennis champ stood up to the system
After winning the 2011 French Open, China's most famous tennis player was criticized for not properly thanking her country. Watch Lesley Stahl's report "Li Na."
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Koch Brothers' network will drop almost $1 billion on 2016 election
Groups backed by billionaires Charles and David Koch are prepared to spend heavily to target Hillary Clinton in 2016
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How ISIS is bombed from a South Carolina facility
CBS News was given rare access inside a military center where ISIS bombing targets are picked
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Drone over White House highlights security concerns
Although the device was deemed to be harmless, counterterrorism experts believe such machine could carry dangerous contents
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Ex-Fox News employee kills himself outside NYC headquarters, police say
Philip Perea, 41, shot himself in the chest in Midtown Manhattan with a suicide note; claimed in YouTube his firing was for "dubious reasons"
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How nursing homes collect debts: Seizing guardianship
Some families are finding themselves in nightmarish scenarios as homes sue for control
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Blizzard 2015 threatens Northeast
Snowstorm is expected to dump up to two feet of snow from northern New Jersey to southern Maine
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Former Egyptian president's sons released from prison
The sons of ailing ex-leader of Egypt Hosni Mubarak were freed after four years in custody although they face other corruption charges
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Boy Scouts accused of "long history" of sexual abuse in lawsuit
A scout who was abused by an adult volunteer says the organization failed to take preventative measures against such incidents
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16 U.S. states where the middle-class is hurting
Since the Great Recession ended, the richest 1 percent of Americans have captured all the income growth in these states
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10 killed in jet crash at military base in Spain
Greek F-16 jet crashes into other aircraft on the ground during NATO training in southeastern Spain
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Bodies found in search for missing Ga. couple
No official ID yet; Bud and June Runion embarked on Georgia road trip after posting a Craigslist ad in search of a car
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Aggies Fall at No. 1 South Carolina, 79-61
Top-ranked South Carolina pulled away for a 79-61 women's basketball win over the Aggies on Monday evening in Columbia.
Aggies Look to Continue Roll Tuesday at Auburn
The Aggie men's basketball team will put its four-game winning streak on the line Tuesday night when it travels to the plains of Alabama to face Auburn in an 8 p.m. contest inside Auburn Arena.
Texas A&M Falls to TCU, 4-2
The 11th-ranked Texas A&M women's tennis team came up short in its quest to advance to the ITA National Team Indoor Championship, falling to No. 41 TCU, 4-2, in the ITA Kick-Off Weekend championship match at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center.
Men's Tennis Tops San Diego, 4-1
Texas A&M senior Jeremy Efferding continued his hot start as part of the clinching doubles point tandem and his straight sets 6-1, 6-1 victory at No. 3 singles to lead the No. 10 Texas A&M men's tennis team to a 4-1 victory over No. 33 San Diego before a crowd of 206 at the George P. Mitchell Tennis Center in College Station.
Green Nominated for Senior CLASS Award
Texas A&M senior guard Jordan Green is among 60 NCAA men's and women's basketball student-athletes who excel both on and off the court and have been selected as candidates for the 2014-15 Senior CLASS Award® in collegiate basketball.
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