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New York City could see up to 20 inches of snow today and into tomorrow, the weather service predicted. About 29 million people were under a blizzard warning as of late last night.
China has begun cracking down on one of the few avenues citizens and foreigners have to accessing the full Internet, the People’s Daily newspaper in Beijing reported.
Texas lawmakers consider earthquake research funds–State lawmakers are considering a nearly $2.5 million plan to help answer a pressing question in some Texas communities: Why does the ground keep shaking? In the last 30 days alone, there have been 14 earthquakes registering a 2.5 magnitude or higher in the Irving area; the largest checked in at 3.6 and was widely felt in the region.
LBJ’s childhood home officially reopens to public–The national historical parks in and around Johnson City seeing a lot of visitors. President Lyndon B. Johnson’s Childhood home officially reopens today after weeks of delicate and intensive preservation work.
Austin just landed itself on yet another list – as the 10th richest city in America. According to the article, you’d need a salary of $72,912 to be comfortable here.