A woman walking the half mile from Chicago's Adler Planetarium to the Chicago Aquarium braces herself in the stiff wind and blowing snow off Lake Michigan, Monday, Nov. 11, 2019, in Chicago. A woman walking the half mile from Chicago's Adler Planetarium to the Chicago Aquarium braces herself in the stiff wind and blowing snow off Lake Michigan, Monday, Nov. 11, 2019, in Chicago. Photo: Charles Rex Arbogast, AP Photo: Charles Rex Arbogast, AP Image 1 of / 18 Caption Close Image 1 of 18 A woman walking the half mile from Chicago's Adler Planetarium to the Chicago Aquarium braces herself in the stiff wind and blowing snow off Lake Michigan, Monday, Nov. 11, 2019, in Chicago. A woman walking the half mile from Chicago's Adler Planetarium to the Chicago Aquarium braces herself in the stiff wind … [Read more...] about As snow moves toward East Coast, bitter cold hits Midwest
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Here are the stories you shouldn’t miss today:TOP STORIESMeet the ‘Dreamers’Jirayut “New” Latthivongskorn graduated from UC Berkeley with honors, earned a master’s degree from Harvard in public health and a doctor of medicine from UC San Francisco. Gurkaran Singh is still in college but already runs a real estate business. Karla Estrada is a paralegal for immigration cases. Advertisement They are among the so-called Dreamers who were brought to the United States as children, unaware that they had entered illegally or on visas that later expired. Now their future hangs in the balance as the U.S. Supreme Court hears oral arguments today to decide whether to unravel the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which temporarily protects some 700,000 of these immigrant young people. Here are some of their stories — and a timeline of key developments that led to the Supreme Court case.More Politics— The view among national security … [Read more...] about Newsletter: Meet the ‘Dreamers’
close Video Arctic blast could shatter temperature records across much of country Mike Tobin reports from the frozen streets of Chicago where records are already being set for cold and snow in November. A record-breaking storm system took a frosty grip over the Midwest Tuesday before heading to parts of the East Coast, with the early-season snow already blamed for several deaths. The National Weather Service said an "arctic airmass" that started in Siberia has been spilling over a big chunk of the Midwest and East Coast, bringing record cold temperatures as far south as the upper Texas coast that is making it feel like the middle of winter. "These are temperatures we typically see in January," Fox News senior meteorologist Janice Dean said Tuesday on "Fox & Friends. "Ahead of the cold front, that's where we got the warm air, but that is about to change." WINTER STORM CAUSES O'HARE RUNWAY ACCIDENT AS ARCTIC FRONT BRINGING RECORD-SETTING COLD, SNOW FOR 60M … [Read more...] about ‘Arctic airmass’ brings record-breaking cold to Midwest, as snow that caused 4 deaths moves East
LOS ANGELES, CA — Veterans Day observances in Los Angeles County Monday included the inaugural Veterans Day LA outside the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, celebrating veterans and their service to the nation with a veterans resource fair and live musical performances. Veterans Day LA ran from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. and included aerial demonstrations, food trucks and previews of upcoming films. The formal program began at 10 a.m. and included speeches by Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, a candidate for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, and Los Angeles County Supervisor Janice Hahn. The Coliseum's torch was lit at 11 a.m. to mark the "11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month" when World War I ended in 1918. Gabbard, a major in the Hawaii Army National Guard, joined Hahn in the successful effort to cancel plans to rebrand the Coliseum as the United Airlines Memorial Coliseum as part of a $69 million naming-rights agreement to help fund the $270 million renovation of the stadium, which … [Read more...] about Los Angeles Veterans Honored With Day Of Celebrations
Snow and cold records fell from the Plains to the Great Lakes and beyond as an arctic air mass that started in Siberia spilled over a big chunk of the eastern half of the U.S., including the normally mild South, on Tuesday. The mid-autumn taste of winter brought record single-digit temperatures to Chicago and environs; set snowfall records in Buffalo, N.Y., and Detroit; dusted cars with snow in Memphis, Tenn.; and froze lakes in Minnesota weeks earlier than usual.“This is an air mass that’s more typical for the middle of January than mid-November,” National Weather Service meteorologist Kevin Birk said in Chicago, where Tuesday morning’s low of 7 degrees broke the previous record of 8, set in 1986. “It is pretty much about the coldest we can be this time of year [and] it could break records all over the region.”The roughly 10 inches of snow in Buffalo and Detroit by Tuesday morning were record depths for the time of year, weather service records … [Read more...] about Snow and cold records fall as arctic air mass grips much of U.S.