windchills

  • 20140108_newswrap
    January 8, 2015  

    In our news wrap Thursday, there were no reported deaths in Syria for the first time in three years due to frigid temperatures and storms. But activists warned that the weather conditions are “catastrophic” for refugees in Jordan and Lebanon. Also, record-breaking cold temperatures hit states from New England to the Midwest, causing school closures and some breakdowns in public transportation. Continue reading

  • Video still by PBS NewsHour
    January 27, 2014  

    Despite a large supply, the especially cold winter weather is having an impact on prices and delivery of natural gas and propane for Americans. Judy Woodruff discusses the various factors with Marty Durbin of America’s Natural Gas Alliance. Continue reading

  • Video still by PBS NewsHour
    January 27, 2014  

    In the news Monday, police and rescue search teams continued looking for victims of a fire that ripped through a seniors residence in Quebec. Also, the Syrian peace talks hit another roadblock. Negotiations broke up when Syrian government officials offered a paper on fighting terrorism rather than political transition. Continue reading