It's the "crippling and potentially historic" blizzard that turned out to be neither.
Boston Common is buried in white. Manhattan is a breathing a sigh of relief. Parts of the New England coastline are being whipped by near hurricane-force winds and waves.
Its impact didn't reach the epic levels many government officials had warned of, but the first blizzard of 2015 is keeping much of the U.S. Northeast shut down -- at least for the day.
The National Weather Service is using terms like "life-threatening" and "historic" to describe the weather system taking aim at the Northeastern United States.
Ahead of what could be a historic blizzard in the Northeast, people in Times Square still find time to slip and take 'selfies' in the winter weather.
Seriously people, is there something about snow storms that makes us want to eat French toast and sit on the toilet?
Forget the bread and milk. Some snowbound New Yorkers are seeking a more, er, intimate kind of nourishment.
The heads of two Northeast zoos explain how they keep their animals safe during extreme weather conditions.
Twice-convicted murderer Warren Lee Hill is set to be executed in Georgia on Tuesday night, despite pleas from human rights groups and legal representatives who say his intellectual disability should make him ineligible for the death penalty.
The Army is expected to decide in the coming days how to proceed with disciplinary action against Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, the soldier who left his post in Afghanistan, and was captured and held by the Taliban for years before being exchanged last year for five detainees from Guantanamo Bay.
Los Angeles Clippers forward Matt Barnes has been fined $25,000 for directing inappropriate language toward a fan.
A jury has convicted two ex-Vanderbilt football players of raping a former student inside a dorm room.
Former New England Patriots running back Mosi Tatupu, who died of a heart attack in 2010 at the age of 54, suffered from chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), a disease that has been linked to football-related head trauma.
Milwaukee's Giannis Antetokounmpo, Minnesota's Zach LaVine, Orlando's Victor Oladipo and Brooklyn's Mason Plumlee will be the contestants in the 2015 Sprite Slam Dunk contest, the NBA announced Tuesday night.
Lance Armstrong, who was stripped of his seven Tour de France victories and banned for life from professional cycling in 2012, said in an interview that he'd again use performance-enhancing drugs if faced with the same circumstances.
Kurt Busch is confident he is in line for his best NASCAR season ever despite a domestic violence case that could keep him off the track.
During Super Bowl media day, Marshawn Lynch, reportedly threatened with a $500,000 fine, answered every question with some variation of "I'm here so I won't get fined."
A defiant and at times angry Robert Allenby stood by his story Tuesday that he was robbed and beaten in Honolulu, basing the account on what he remembered and what he was told by a homeless woman who came to his aid.
Brandon Browner stood by his remarks to ESPN's Josina Anderson about instructing teammates to go after injuries to Seahawks defensive backs Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas in Super Bowl XLIX, saying it is all in the spirit of competition.
Tiger Woods laughed often and smiled easily during a nine-hole practice round early Tuesday morning. And then he explained how he made worldwide headlines a week ago for a missing tooth.
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