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From New England to Georgia, East Coast Digs Out

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The Eastern United States is recovering from the massive winter storm that tore from the Southeast through New England, leaving staggering snowfall totals power outages, and roads clogged with cars. The storm is blamed for at least 20 deaths. (Feb. 14) Video provided by AP


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Meant to Fly? The World's First-Solar Powered Airplane

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After Sandy, Commuters Queue for Fuel and Ferry

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