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January 20, 2018 1:51 AM 'The Harlem Shake' co-creator shot dead in Brooklyn home

Jesse (Smiley) Rutland (c.), one of the dancers who created "the Harlem Shake" move, was fatally shot inside his Brooklyn home on Dec. 10. A member of the dance troupe that created “The Harlem Shake” craze was murdered inside his Brooklyn home last month, the Daily News has learned. Jesse (Smiley) Rutland was shot at his house on Glenwood Road near Brooklyn 16

January 18, 2018 3:58 PM Winter storm kills at least 5 in the South, cancels hundreds of flights

Parts of South under states of emergency (CNN)A winter storm that killed two people in Louisiana, two in North Carolina and one in Houston has blanketed the South in snow and ice, causing traffic pileups, canceling hundreds of flights and prompting officials to urge people to stay indoors through Thursday afternoon, when a considerable warm-up is expected 18

January 17, 2018 2:30 PM DIY apologizes for anti-Semitic slur that made it on to the air

An anti-Semitic slur made by a co-host of the DIY reality series “Texas Flip N Move” made it into the show — and will be edited out if the episode re-airs in the future, the network says. The crude remark was uttered by series co-host Toni Snow to a musician who bought a refurbished, tricked-out school bus for $300 on the Texas-based house-flipping series 31 1

January 17, 2018 6:15 AM DIY Network Apologizes After Texas Flip N Move Host Makes On-Air Anti-Semitic Slur

The DIY Network has apologized after Texas Flip N Move star Toni Snow made an anti-semitic remark on a recent episode. The property flipping show’s co-host used the term “Jew us down” to refer to bargaining during the Jan. 12 season seven finale, “Snow Sisters’ School Bus Flip”, according to the New York Post. “You’re not even gonna bicker a little bit, Jew us down?” Toni told a buyer 32

January 16, 2018 10:39 PM Arctic Cold Front Brings Bitter Cold to Southern States

Forecasters say storm will bring snow to eastern U.S. on Wednesday Schools closed and road conditions turned hazardous in the Southern U.S. on Tuesday as an arctic cold front moving from Texas to Maine promised severe winter weather conditions. The storm brought bitter cold and a mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain to parts of Texas and Louisiana on Tuesday 25

January 12, 2018 3:15 AM Heavy snow strands 430 people overnight on train in Japan

TOKYO – A Japanese railway official says about 430 people were stuck on a train overnight because of heavy snow that blanketed much of the country's Japan Sea coast. The train started moving around 10:30 a.m. Friday, about 15 hours after it was forced to stop. A spokesman for the Niigata branch of JR East railway company said the four-car train departed 15

January 11, 2018 4:59 PM Autonomous Honda ATV could be the workhorse of the future

Honda is developing an off-roader that can carry just about anything, except a driver. The 3E-D18 has a rack system that allows different types of gear and components to be attached to it. (Honda) The 3E-D18 is an autonomous ATV designed to be used as a workhorse by construction crews, farmers, search and rescue teams, etc., or adventurers who just need a little 27

January 8, 2018 5:04 PM Avalanche isolates Italian town; peak danger warning issued

ROME – Italy is warning of extreme avalanche danger in its northwest Piedmont region, while an avalanche already has blocked a road in the neighboring region of Valle d'Aosta. Italian news agency ANSA says no injuries were reported from Monday's avalanche that isolated Cogne, an Alpine town popular with tourists. Firefighters and others were trying to clear 16

January 7, 2018 8:02 PM Hobby Lobby shoplifter thwarted by snow, cops say

Dustin Johnson filled up a cart with about $4,000 in products at a Hobby Lobby store in North Dakota -- but then the snow got in the way, investigators said. (Ward County Sheriff) Authorities say a North Dakota man who wheeled a shopping cart with stolen merchandise out of a Hobby Lobby craft store was stopped by snow. Police say 22-year-old Dustin Johnson 25

January 7, 2018 3:40 PM East Coast brrraces for more chill, but warmer weather on the way

Wind chill advisory remains for millions A pedestrian walks by a statue of George Washington in Boston's Public Garden on Friday, January 5, the morning after a massive storm. Blasts of arctic air have brought weather-related deaths, record low temperatures and historic amounts of snowfall to parts of the United States. Mollie Lane carries a shovelful 66