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Bitter Cold Sets in as Winter Storm Wreaks Havoc on Travel

Bitter Cold Sets in as Winter Storm Wreaks Havoc on Travel

NEWS | By Philip Marcelo and Catherine Perloff | Jan 20
A major winter storm brought some of the coldest temperatures of the season and covered a large swath of the country in snow as it wreaked havoc on air travel and caused slick road conditions throughout New England Sunday.

Founder of Dead Poets Society is Published, Posthumously

Founder of Dead Poets Society is Published, Posthumously

ENTERTAINMENT | By David Sharp | Jan 20
The late founder of the Dead Poets Society of America can be inducted to the society of fallen bards now that he's now a published poet.

'Green Book' Takes Top Honor at the Producers Guild Awards

'Green Book' Takes Top Honor at the Producers Guild Awards

ENTERTAINMENT | By Lindsey Bahr | Jan 20
The Oscars race may have gotten a little clearer Saturday night as the race-themed road trip drama "Green Book" drove off with the top honor at the Producers Guild Awards, winning out over presumed front-runners like "Roma" and ''A Star Is Born."

Timberlake Pops in on Patients at Texas Children's Hospital

Timberlake Pops in on Patients at Texas Children's Hospital

NEWS | Jan 20
Justin Timberlake has pulled some sunshine from his pocket for the patients at a Texas children's hospital.

World's Oldest Man, 113, Dies at His Home in Northern Japan

World's Oldest Man, 113, Dies at His Home in Northern Japan

NEWS | By Mari Yamaguchi | Jan 20
The world's oldest man has died at his home — a hot springs inn — in northern Japan at the age of 113.

Students in 'MAGA' Hats Mock Native American After Rally

Students in 'MAGA' Hats Mock Native American After Rally

NEWS | By Adam Beam and Brian Melley | Jan 20
A diocese in Kentucky apologized Saturday after videos emerged showing students from a Catholic boys' high school mocking Native Americans outside the Lincoln Memorial after a rally in Washington.

GOP Senators Try to Figure How Out Closely to Run with Trump

GOP Senators Try to Figure How Out Closely to Run with Trump

NEWS | By Nicholas Riccardi, Adam Beam and David Sharp | Jan 20
Republican Sen. Cory Gardner helped mastermind the GOP's midterm strategy of pushing Senate candidates closer to President Donald Trump.

Democrats Aren't Buying Trump's Shutdown-Ending 'Compromise'

Democrats Aren't Buying Trump's Shutdown-Ending 'Compromise'

NEWS | By Jill Colvin, Catherine Lucey and Zeke Miller | Jan 20
In a bid to break the shutdown stalemate, President Donald Trump offered to extend temporary protections for young people brought to the U.S. illegally as children and those fleeing disaster zones in exchange for his long-promised border wall.

A Crisis in the Making for Immigrant Healthcare

A Crisis in the Making for Immigrant Healthcare

NEWS | Jan 20
While the Trump administration decides whether to adopt a controversial policy that could jeopardize the legal status of immigrants who use public programs like Medicaid, doctors and clinics are torn between informing patients about the potential risks.

Could 1st Tangible Signs of Shutdown Progress be Emerging?

Could 1st Tangible Signs of Shutdown Progress be Emerging?

NEWS | By Jill Colvin, Lisa Mascaro, Zeke Miller and Catherine Lucey | Jan 19
The first tangible signs of movement may be emerging in the impasse that has shut down the government for weeks.


News

Multiple Women Eyeing 2020 Hands Dems 'Wonderful Challenge'

Multiple Women Eyeing 2020 Hands Dems 'Wonderful Challenge'

POLITICS | By Elana Schor and Juana Summers | Jan 19
Advocates for gender equality are reckoning with what one called a "wonderful challenge" — four or more women running for president in 2020.


Business

3 Colleges That Help You Handle Student Debt

3 Colleges That Help You Handle Student Debt

FINANCE | By Teddy Nykiel | Jan 20
Using no-strings-attached student loan payoff-assistance programs, college loan alternatives and annual student debt letters, these three universities are doing their part to curb college debt.


Technology

Asteroids Are Smacking Earth Twice As Often As Before

Asteroids Are Smacking Earth Twice As Often As Before

SCIENCE | By Seth Borenstein | Jan 20
For the past 290 million years, large asteroids have been crashing into Earth more than twice as often as they did in the previous 700 million years, according to a new study in Thursday's journal Science.


Finance

Liberal Lawmakers Challenge Trump with Drug Cost Legislation

Liberal Lawmakers Challenge Trump with Drug Cost Legislation

HEALTH | By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar | Jan 10
Challenging the Trump administration on a top consumer issue, leading congressional liberals are proposing legislation that would radically reduce U.S. prescription drug bills by linking prices to lower costs in other countries.


Health/Fitness

Life in Limbo: Leftover Embryos Vex Clinics, Couples

Life in Limbo: Leftover Embryos Vex Clinics, Couples

SCIENCE | By Marilynn Marchione | Jan 19
Tens of thousands of embryos are stuck in limbo in fertility clinics, leftovers from pregnancy attempts and broken dreams of parenthood.


Travel

Major Winter Storm Wreaks Havoc on Travel

Major Winter Storm Wreaks Havoc on Travel

Jan 20
A major winter storm that has brought some of the coldest temperatures of the season covered a large swath of the U.S. in snow as it wreaked havoc on air travel and caused slick road conditions throughout New England Sunday.


Nightlife

GLAM Awards @ Sony Hall NYC :: January 14, 2019

GLAM Awards @ Sony Hall NYC :: January 14, 2019

PHOTO ALBUMS | Jan 16
The 20th edition of the GLAM Awards celebrated the best of NYC nightlife. Hosted by Ru Paul's Drag Race's Bob The Drag Queen and Peppermint, this was a night full of amazing performances, camaraderie and so much creativity!