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More Wind, Snow And Bitter Cold Coming:

Feeling chilly this week? There’s more bitter cold on the way, especially for people living in the northern parts of the United States.

Close to 40 million people are under wind chill advisories or warnings from Thursday through Friday morning.
Thanks to the wind chill that’s stretching from the Northern Plains towards New England, some areas could feel like it’s minus 35 degrees Fahrenheit. At temperatures that cold, frostbite can set in within 10 minutes and cause permanent damage to exposed skin.
Blizzard conditions are expected to wallop areas along the Great Lakes with strong winds and heavy snow into Friday morning.
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Viral Story Of Boy Who Died In Santa’s Arms Unravels:

It was a story many wanted to believe: A terminally ill child gets his last wish to see Santa and dies in his arms.

But the Tennessee newspaper that ran it first now says it can no longer stand by the account.
The Knoxville News Sentinel story quickly went viral after it was published Sunday. USA Today republished the column, which was written by News Sentinel columnist Sam Venable. A host of national news outlets gave it additional coverage, including CNN, who spoke to Santa actor Eric Schmitt-Matzen about his interaction with the boy in his final moments.

It was a story many wanted to believe: A terminally ill child gets his last wish to see Santa and dies in his arms.

But the Tennessee newspaper that ran it first now says it can no longer stand by the account.
The Knoxville News Sentinel story quickly went viral after it was published Sunday. USA Today republished the column, which was written by News Sentinel columnist Sam Venable. A host of national news outlets gave it additional coverage, including CNN, who spoke to Santa actor Eric Schmitt-Matzen about his interaction with the boy in his final moments.

GRAND RAPIDS, MI - DECEMBER 9: President-elect Donald Trump looks on during a rally at the DeltaPlex Arena, December 9, 2016 in Grand Rapids, Michigan. President-elect Donald Trump is continuing his victory tour across the country. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Trump’s Books Offer Clues On How He’ll Lead From White House:

Donald Trump developed an admiration for brevity in communication long before he famously took to Twitter during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Key members of his staff were able to distill large amounts of information, Trump once wrote, “and can explain something to me with a minimum of words.”
“Sometimes ten words or less,” he added.
“Considering how much I have to do every day, I appreciate this,” the real estate magnet turned politician wrote in the 2009 book, “Think Like A Champion.”

Jadon, left, and Anias McDonald look up at hospital staff as they leave their room at Montefiore Children's Hospital in New York on Wednesday, December 14. Their older brother, Aza, proudly sits at the front of the wagon.

Separated Twins Move To Rehab After Emotional Hospital Farewell:

Jadon and Anias McDonald, the twins born joined at the head whose separation surgery captivated millions around the world, were gently placed in a red wagon.

They lay side by side, Anias in a blue jumpsuit and Jadon in a gray one. They wore specially fitted white helmets, but there was no evidence of the tubes, IVs or monitors that have been their lifelines since surgery.
Outside the room, more than 30 doctors, nurses and staff at the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore Medical Center lined the hallway. A red carpet was rolled out for the boys.
It was time to say goodbye.

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Did Donald Trump Need An Apology From Mitt Romney?:

As President-elect Donald Trump considered Mitt Romney for secretary of state, Trump wanted one thing Romney wouldn’t give him: an apology.

Trump was willing to move past Romney’s bitter campaign-trail criticism of him. And incoming chief of staff Reince Priebus, who chaired the Republican National Committee during both men’s presidential campaigns, convinced Trump there was value in showing he was big enough to bring Romney into the fold.
But top aides, including Kellyanne Conway and Steve Bannon, saw Romney’s attacks as unforgivable, according to three sources close to Romney, two of whom are familiar with Trump’s transition process.

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