13 Mar 2017 01:08 PM EST
This week, a massive snowstorm is expected to drop more than a foot of snow on most of the Northeast. New York City, parts of northern New Jersey, and southern Connecticut are currently under a National Weather Service blizzard warning from late Monday through Tuesday evening. The storm is expected to pound the Big Apple with 12 to 18 inches of snow and fierce wind gusts of 40 to 50 mph. Meanwhile, fellow Northeastern cities, Boston and Philadelphia, could each get slammed by at least eight to 14 inches of snow. According to the flight-tracking site FlightAware, more than 1,600 flights have already been canceled nationwide.
Veteran NPR voice Robert Siegel says that he's stepping down next January as host of the network's signature "All Things Considered" newscast. He opened NPR's London bureau and ran the newsroom...
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