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Hurricane Michael Death Toll at 18 and Climbing

The number of dead now stands at 18 as the aftermath of Hurricane Michael is assessed. But authorities warn that there will likely be more bodies discovered as rescue workers dig through the rubble left by the storm.

BERLIN (AP) — Thunderstorms have created havoc across Germany leading …

Severe Weather Creates Havoc Across Germany

BERLIN (AP) — Thunderstorms have created havoc across Germany leading to the derailment of a train with seven people injured, flight cancellations at Hamburg’s airport and a mudslide on a highway in the eastern part of the country.

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The Snow Situation in Washington D.C.

How badly has Washington D.C. been hit by the current snowstorm? According to the Washington Post’s Robert Thompson, reporting on Monday:

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Washington D.C. Officials Unprepared for Snow

Washington, D.C. has proven once again that its city government is inept, as evidenced by the massive failure of preparedness dealing with the snow that covered the city on Wednesday.

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**LIVE UPDATES** Massive Winter Storm Hits East Coast

The first major storm of 2016 hit the East Coast on Friday and Washington DC is at the center of the storm’s path. The deadly storm has shut down government services and could bury residents in over two feet of snow.

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Winter Storm Shuts Down Washington D.C.

A massive Winter storm featuring bitterly cold temperatures and blizzard conditions has sparked a full shut down of government offices in Washington D.C.

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El Niño Killing Machine Just Warming Up

The El Niño killing machine that slaughtered 41 across the South in violent storms this week is just warming up for a crescendo of death, destruction, and misery that is expected to arrive over the next three months.


Eastern US Bracing for Another Storm

More snow is headed for the East Coast after Saturday’s dousing of the Midwest with fresh ice and snow. The storm will also send Boston and other eastern cities into yet another deep freeze. The National Weather Service reports that

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Five Dead, More Than 100 Cars Stranded as Rare Snow, Wind Hits CA

An icy cold and strong winds hit much of Southern California Tuesday night into Wednesday, downing trees all over the state and stranding about 180 cars on the highways northeast of Los Angeles. The storm is also responsible for at least five deaths across California, reports Fox News.