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Mid-Atlantic Residents Slowly Dig Out After Massive Snowstorm

Communities along the East Coast are trying to recover from this weekend's storm. Some areas were getting back to normal, but officials warned that it could be days for others.
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Chicago Teens And Combat Veterans Join Forces To Process Trauma

In parts of Chicago, violence is unavoidable, with effects similar to being in a war zone. The Urban Warriors program connects kids with veterans who may understand what they've been through.
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Supreme Court Opens Door To Parole For Juveniles Given Life Sentences

The Supreme Court ruled 6-3 on Monday that convicts serving life for crimes committed while juveniles must be resentenced. For some prisoners, that may mean early release.
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East Coast Residents Recall Snow Day Agendas During Historic Blizzard

The snow came and conquered the East Coast. We hear how it shaped folks' activities over the weekend.
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Michigan Attorney General Launches Probe Into Flint Water Contamination

Michigan's attorney general appointed a special counsel to investigate why Flint's drinking water became contaminated with lead. But questions are being raised about the man picked to lead the probe.
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Presidential Campaigns Find Texting Key In Getting Out The Vote

A week before the Iowa caucuses, one strategy campaigns are going all in on is texting as a way to communicate with and mobilize supporters.
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McDonald's Unveils Unexpectedly Strong Earnings Report

McDonald's unveiled a stronger than expected earnings report Monday morning that has analysts wondering if the fast food giant has finally pulled off a turnaround.
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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Announces High Level Departures

There's been a shakeup in the executive ranks at Twitter. CEO Jack Dorsey is overhauling key parts of the company as he seeks to address financial problems that have left investors in a sour mood.
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Airlines Gradually Resume Flights After Blizzard Hits Mid-Atlantic Region

Airports in areas hit by the weekend blizzard are trying to get frustrated passengers on their way. Thousands of flights have been cancelled since Friday and other travel was disrupted in many cities.
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Zika Virus Will Spread Through The Americas, Health Group Says

WHO says the virus is moving fast because the mosquito carrying Zika is widespread in the hemisphere, and the population is not immune. Only Canada is likely to be spared.

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