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β€˜Mammoth’ Storm Hits Southeast

A winter storm that had already dropped nearly a foot of snow in Texas led to the cancellation of more than 1,300 flights in the Carolinas, where hundreds of thousands of customers have lost power.

Heavy Early Snow Smacks the Southeast, Knocking Out Power and Snarling Travel

By TIMOTHY WILLIAMS and RICHARD FAUSSET

Virginia and North Carolina declared states of emergency as thousands of customers lost electricity. Many people heeded warnings to stay off slick roads, but there were still hundreds of accidents.

Exploring the Future of Our Cities

By THE NEW YORK TIMES

Experts across an array of disciplines are meeting in New Orleans at the Cities for Tomorrow conference hosted by The New York Times and the NOLA Media Group.

9-Year-Old Boy Helps Repeal Snowball Throwing Ban in Colorado Town

By EMILY S. RUEB

Dane Best of Severance, Colo., successfully lobbied the town of Severance to repeal a ban on snowball throwing that was part of a nearly century-old ordinance.

After Snowstorm, Official in Charge of Emergency Response Was Asked to Resign. He Refused.

By J. DAVID GOODMAN and WILLIAM NEUMAN

Joseph Esposito, New York City’s head of emergency management, said he would not quit. City Hall’s refusal to comment has left many officials in a state of uncertainty.

Racing Across Antarctica, One Freezing Day at a Time

By ADAM SKOLNICK

Louis Rudd and Colin O’Brady are in the middle of a unique race across the coldest continent, and their daily tasks range from the mundane to the death defying.

Racing Across Antarctica, One Freezing Day at a Time

By ADAM SKOLNICK

Louis Rudd and Colin O’Brady are in the middle of a unique race across the coldest continent, and their daily tasks range from the mundane to the death defying.

Five Big Ways the United States Will Need to Adapt to Climate Change

By BRAD PLUMER

A sweeping new climate report warns that the United States will have to spend billions of dollars to protect coastlines, rebuild sewers and overhaul farming. Here are some places to start.

Five Big Ways the United States Will Need to Adapt to Climate Change

By BRAD PLUMER

A sweeping new climate report warns that the United States will have to spend billions of dollars to protect coastlines, rebuild sewers and overhaul farming. Here are some places to start.

Over 700 Flights Canceled for Midwest Snowstorm

By SANDRA E. GARCIA

A snowstorm in the Midwest grounded flights out of Kansas City and Chicago, causing a nightmare on the busiest travel weekend of the year.

Update: When Will Tourists Be Able to Return to the Florida Panhandle?

By ALEXANDRA S. LEVINE

Recovery will be slow for many of the vacation spots devastated by Hurricane Michael. But there are some options in the area for vacationers looking for a winter getaway.

New York Today: New York Today: Why Politicians Fear Snowstorms Even More Than You Do

By AZI PAYBARAH

For mayors and other officials, the backlash over storm preparations can be perilous. Now it’s Bill de Blasio’s turn. Also: The mandarin duck speaks!

β€˜Not a Soul Taking Control’: How a Storm in the New York Area Upended the Night

By MICHAEL GOLD

As residents recovered and demanded an explanation, The Times asked readers to share their experiences. We’re continuing to collect information and provide updates as they become available.

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