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February 8th
The eastern portion of New England could expect 5-8 inches of snow, while a stretch from Boston to Cape Cod could expect up to 12 inches.
February 8th
The highway is shut down and a local hospital is expecting around 30 patients.
February 8th
Bill Clinton was not letting up his attacks on Bernie Sanders the day before New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation primary.
February 8th
Sophia Rodriguez Waid had elevated lead levels in her blood.
February 8th
A Starbucks spokeswoman told NBC News the store in Riyadh has been renovated to include a "gender wall."
February 8th
Two radicalized Muslims from London have been unmasked as members of "Beatles" — the ISIS cell once led by "Jihadi John."
February 8th
The burning body of a homeless man found in Tennessee Sunday night may have been killed by blunt force trauma, authorities said.
February 8th
Paul Grice was nabbed at 11:10 a.m. local time in Monticello, Arkansas — some 50 miles east of the Dallas County jail, police said.
February 8th
If you're going to share a picture taken by your flagship product with two million followers, you better make sure it's a good one.
February 8th
In Illinois and Mexico, friends and relatives of a beloved U.S.-Mexican family are grieving their deaths in a case that is under investigation.
February 8th
Indian scientists are investigating whether a man was killed by a meteorite, which if confirmed would be the first recorded death from falling fragments of space rock in almost 200 years.
February 8th
One of the most talked about brands on Sunday wasn't an official Super Bowl advertiser.
February 8th
Former Mexican president Felipe Calderón said the country wouldn't pay for the 'stupid' wall Donald Trump says he would build if he's elected.
February 8th
The USOC's briefing to sport federations is the latest sign that Olympics officials are taking the Zika threat to the games in Rio de Janeiro seriously
February 8th
Full coverage: Every angle on the races can be found at Decision 2016.