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Eye Opener: Tens of thousands still without power following deadly winter storm in the Northeast – Yahoo News

Tens of thousands of people are still without power in the bitter cold following a deadly winter storm that buried the Northeast. Also, the United Nations Security Council meets Monday as Ukrainians prepare to fight a possible Russian invasion. All that and all that matters in today’s Eye Opener.
More than 1,400 U.S. flights were canceled on Sunday after the nation's northeast states were walloped a day earlier by a deadly winter storm that prompted several states to declare emergencies. The total number of flight cancellations within, into, or out of the United States was about 1,450 as of Sunday afternoon, according to flight-tracking website FlightAware.com. LaGuardia Airport and John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City and Boston Logan International Airport were among the hardest hit by delays and cancellations.
Class of 2021 graduates from the Master of Marketing program at Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management reported earning an average base salary of $66,585, an increase from the Class of 2020’s earnings of $63,166 and the highest reported figure in the program’s five-year history. “The Class of 2021 was impacted by the challenges associated with the global pandemic, and the subsequent uncertainty in the job marketplace,” says Emily Anderson, senior director of the Career Management Center. “However, the students were successful in achieving excellent employment outcomes by implementing the knowledge and skills from the Master of Marketing curriculum and leveraging their previous education and experience.”
"Find the Halo, win the war" is the new "save the cheerleader, save the world."
Starbucks Corp. disclosed that Chief Executive Kevin Johnson's total compensation for 2021 totaled $20.43 million in 2021, up 39% from $14.67 million in 2020, which was down from $19.24 million in 2019. According to the coffee giant's 2021 proxy statement released late Friday, Johnson's base salary rose 4.5% from a year ago to $1.61 million, while the value of stock awards grew 32% to $14.76 million and non-equity incentive plan compensation increased 117% to $4.03 million, while all other compe
The just-announced Intel development looks to be a boon to Ohio. But there's always a price. If only taxpayers knew what that was.
A federal judge rejected a plea agreement Monday that would have averted a hate crimes trial for the man convicted of murdering Ahmaud Arbery.
The definition of what it means to be "fully vaccinated" is evolving even as the CDC has remained careful not to change it officially.Why it matters: CDC officials have been balancing the job of convincing Americans who've already gotten two doses of the importance of boosters with getting many Americans who still need their first doses to get their shots at all.Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free."What we're really working to do is pivot the language to ma
The games will operate a "closed-loop" policy, separating Olympians and staff from the local population.
From Sonic to the AEW, Mando to the Multiverse, even the truly absurd Meowscles, these are our favorite action figures for play and display. Toys have evolved from the simplest of dolls to tech-integrated feats of engineering, but the simple action figure, a toy typically defined by various points of articulation, has always been a staple. Television shows, cartoons, films, video games, and pop culture all make for creative molds for action figures.
The American Idol judge — who previously hosted SNL in 2011 — returned to the Studio 8H stage for the fourth time as musical guest on the iconic sketch comedy show
As the UCLA gymnastics team continues to deal with issues stemming from racist comments by a former teammate, the Bruins picked up a win Sunday.
After 24 hours of racing in record-low Florida temperatures, ageless Helio Castroneves still had the energy to climb the fence on yet another crown jewel motorsports victory. Castroneves won a major race for the third time in a year Sunday by closing out the Rolex 24 at Daytona for Meyer Shank Racing, the team that helped him win a record-tying fourth Indianapolis 500 last May. “It sounds cliché, but it’s all about belief,” Castroneves said.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The AFL-CIO, the largest U.S. labor organization, said Monday it strongly supported a U.S. House of Representatives bill designed to improve competition with China, boost U.S. semiconductor production and reform key trade provisions. The U.S. House plans to take up the bill later this week. The union said the bill "will provide critical and overdue enhancements to America’s global competitive capabilities, support workers whose jobs are lost to trade, and protect and expand the tools to fight foreign unfair trade."
I come not to praise Woody Allen’s latest film, but to… wait, it has buried itself, you say? The director’s 49th feature, Rifkin’s Festival, just trickled out with what you might call a boutique release in the USA, across 26 cinemas nationwide.
Get an early start on your game day look thanks to BreakingT.
Westwood Retail Analyst and Large Cap Value PM Lauren Hill joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the strength of the U.S. consumer, market volatility, and whether it's a stock picker's market.
As the "West Side Story" press tour nears its end, Rachel Zegler is addressing concerning allegations previously made against her costar Ansel Elgort. The actor, who plays Tony, was accused of sexual assault nearly a year after filming wrapped on the remake, and Zegler, who plays Maria, hadn't directly spoken on the matter until a recent "Hollywood Reporter" interview.
The Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals play Sunday, Feb. 13 in the Super Bowl. Which team will get the victory?
As the world enters the third year of COVID-19, 70 percent of Americans agree that "it's time we accept that COVID is here to stay and we just need to get on with our lives," a new poll showed. The survey from Monmouth University released on Monday showed that while Americans are still concerned about the pandemic, the overwhelming majority think it is time to continue on with the virus being a part of normal life. The poll showed a definite…
Here's how much snow to expect in the Rochester region.

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