By Molly Finnegan
In our news wrap Tuesday, Washington lurched slowly back to life, as crews worked to remove snow for a third day and subway service returned to near-normal operations. But many side streets remained unplowed, posing a challenge to reopening schools.
By PBS NewsHour
The East Coast is still trying to recover from a major blizzard that dumped more than 2 feet of snow on Washington over the weekend. At least 37 people died in a storm that disrupted schools, businesses and the government.
In our news wrap Friday, millions across the eastern U.S. prepared for one of the worst snowstorms in the history of the Mid-Atlantic, which threatens to inflict more than $1 billion worth of damage nationwide. Also, bad weather off the…
In our news wrap Thursday, a blizzard is forecasted to hit the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions, with up to 2 feet of snow in the Washington, D.C., area. Before the big storm hit, the nation's capital was crippled overnight by…
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