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By PBS NewsHour
A brutally cold winter has covered the Great Lakes with more ice than they have seen since 1979. Special correspondent Elizabeth Bracket of WTTW reports on the struggle to keep shipping lanes open to Chicago’s ice-clogged harbor to Lake Michigan.
In our news wrap Monday, a car bomb killed a group of 21 insurgents-in-training in Iraq when the explosive was accidentally detonated in an orchard; police arrested an additional two dozen suspects. Also, the Thames River burst its banks 20…
Did Warsaw conference put world on track towards 'new global climate regime'?…
Parts of the Northeast and New England prepared to be blanketed by a potentially record-breaking blizzard. The storm, commonly referred to as "Nemo," may cover some areas with three feet of snow. Jeffrey Brown speaks with Bernie Rayno of AccuWeather…
By Rebecca Jacobson, Inside Energy
Hurricane Sandy was downgraded to a post-tropical storm on Monday after it made landfall on the New Jersey coast. But the super storm packed a punch, leaving 8.1 million homes and businesses without power, closing transportation. The damage is currently…
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