Friday, February 14, 2014

More Snow Predicted for Eastern US | China Tells U.S. to Stay Out of Spat

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More Snow Predicted for Eastern US
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The last of a wave of snowstorms is expected to pass through the eastern United States Friday and Saturday, after the biggest snowfall yet in an exceptionally harsh winter. The last snowstorms were predicted as millions of people struggled to dig out of heavy snow that blanketed the eastern third of the country.  A million people in the South were in the dark after ice coated trees and snapped power lines. At least 18 deaths were attributed to the storm, including that of a...

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China Tells U.S. to Stay Out of Spat
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China urged the U.S. to stay out of Beijing's territorial spat with the Philippines, after an American admiral pledged U.S. assistance to Manila if China attacked. 

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