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The Weather Channel's Reynolds Wolf has the latest details on a snowstorm sweeping up the East Coast disrupting travel and dumping as much as a foot of snow.
As meteorologists predict nearly a foot of snow, the Midwest and Northeast face a shortage of the essential resources residents need to keep warm.
Central New Zealand was shaken by a magnitude 6.3 earthquake on Monday, but there were no reports of injuries, and damage was mostly superficial.
The Weather Channel's Julie Martin reports on the wild fires spreading across Southern California. Approximately 1800 acres have burned east of Los Angeles.
California seems to be in a perennial drought, and 2013 was the driest year in 160 years. That means something for consumers.
About 20 million DirecTV customers nationwide lost The Weather Channel because of a dispute over fees between the channel and the satellite service.
Discussing what factors led to today's abysmal employment data, with John Canally, LPL Financial investment strategist and economist, and Larry McDonald, Newedge USA senior director. Canally expects a snapback in jobs creation over the next few months.
CNBC's Robert Frank reports on where the wealthy are fleeing for warm weather.
Discussing holiday retail numbers and consumer uncertainty, with Steve Odland, Committee of Economic Development president & CEO.
Christian Philips, contingency underwriter at Beazley, discusses how the storm in the U.S. has impacted transport and event companies and what the cost of cancellations will be for them.
Timothy Conder of Wells Fargo has an outperform rating on Royal Caribbean; and Joel Simkins has an outperform rating on Vail Resorts.
Crude oil supplies fell by 2.68 million barrels and gasoline supplies rose by 6.2 million barrels in the past week, reports CNBC's Sharon Epperson.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports the recent severe winter weather has caused havoc in the airline industry and has triggered thousands of flight delays and cancellations.
The massive flight delays and cancellations this month due to the winter storms and then the bitter cold have cost the airlines and passengers $1.4 billion, according to masFlight.
The arctic air mass that covered a major portion of the nation is retreating and warmer weather is on the way, reports The Weather Channel's Alex Wallace.
The record cold spell that has half the country in the deep freeze could cost the U.S. economy a pretty penny.
I think what JetBlue did was the right thing, says Michael Boyd, The Boyd Group chairman, discussing how the historic cold snap lead to the airline industry's decision to ground planes. You can't really prepare for this because it really is a one off, Boyd points out.
The recent deep-freeze grounded flights and caused cancellations and delays across the country costing airlines and passengers about $1.4 billion, reports CNBC's Phil LeBeau.
The Weather Channel's Alex Wallace reports the arctic air mass that covered a major portion of the nation is retreating and warmer weather is on the way.
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