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For the fourth straight day, hundreds of thousands of air travelers were stuck around the world due to snow storms in Europe. Carl Dinnen of Independent Television News reports from London's Heathrow Airport.
By Tom LeGro
A roundup of arts headlines.
When it comes to photography, a Wilson Bentley image can be described much like his favorite subject, the snowflake: Each is one of a kind. After all, the Vermont farmer was the first to ever photograph one.
In other news, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab was charged in his failed plot to blow up Flight 253 on Christmas, and U.S. drone attacks struck twice Wednesday in an al-Qaida stronghold in Pakistan, according to reports.
In other news Tuesday, the U.S. reopened its embassy in Yemen after security concerns forced a two-day closure, and "rising threats and attacks" pushed the United Nations World Food Program to suspend aid to approximately 1 million people in southern…
In other news, a winter storm spread across the Midwest on one of the busiest travel days of the year, and Christmas celebrations began around the world.
In other news, a major winter storm that rocked the midwest earlier this week has moved east to New England, and General David Petraeus warned the surge in Afghanistan may be tougher than the surge in Iraq.
In other news, flooding in Southern India left millions homeless and hungry, and heating bills are expected to be lower this winter, according to the Energy Information Administration.
Despite the harsh weather that pummeled her hometown, essayist Julia Keller of the Chicago Tribune laments the passing of winter and the time of reflection it brings.
The blizzard in Colorado has led to the cancellation of roughly 2,500 flights. NewsHour reports on what this will mean for travelers in the days ahead.
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