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Wind blows young migrant birds to all corners of Africa

Migrant birds that breed in the same area in Europe spread out across all of Africa during the northern winter. A new satellite-tracking study shows that the destination of individual birds is largely determined by the wind conditions they encounter during their first migration. Show More Summary

Massive slide covers stretch of iconic California highway

BIG SUR, Calif. (AP) — A major new rockslide has buried a stretch of California's iconic Highway 1 in up to 40 feet of stone and dirt, the latest hit in a soggy winter of slides, floods and road closings along the winding Central California coast road, state transportation officials said Monday.

Game of Thrones Star Promises Season 7 Is the Best One Yet

With George R.R. Martin's The Winds of Winter still as-yet-unpublished, Game of Thrones is officially flying forward on its own dragon wings, with no firm source material to guide its plot points and developments in the final two seasons. Show More Summary

Premiere: Jon Ulrich - February’s Curse

Those of us who live in colder winter climates know the reality of “February’s curse”: four weeks of hell-level freezing wind, seasonal affective disorder, and beefing up the energy bill by leaving the space heater on all day. It’s terrible, and a relief when it ends. Show More Summary

George R.R. Martin has been distracted with possible new HBO shows. What does that mean for 'The Winds of Winter'?

There is good news and bad news for fans of George R.R. Martin and “Game of Thrones.” The good news is that more “Game of Thrones”-world stories may be coming to HBO. The bad news is that the sixth book in the “Song of Ice and Fire” series, “The Winds of Winter,” is having to share its author’s...

Rejoice: George R.R. Martin has a new 'Game of Thrones' story coming out

If you're holding your breath until The Winds of Winter is finished, welp - you're going to have to keep holding (sorry). George R.R. Martin, though still not finished with the sixth installment of the A Song of Ice and Fire series,Show More Summary

The Lioness in Winter

The senator from California looked like someone had punched the wind out of her. On an unseasonably cold January 10, the tense first day of hearings about President Donald Trump's nomination of Jeff Sessions as attorney general, Dianne Feinstein was pallid, with deeper than usual divots beneath her eyes. Show More Summary

George R.R. Martin explains delay for THE WINDS OF WINTER

2 months agoGenres / Fantasy : The Wertzone

Fantasy author George R.R. Martin has finally reveals why work on his signature Song of Ice and Fire fantasy series is taking so long. In an exclusive exclusive, he reveals the truth. Exclusively: George R.R. RoboCop's first experimentation with cybernetics was only a modest success. Show More Summary

George R.R. Martin Is Opening a Film Studio, Presumably Instead of Writing The Winds of Winter

Look, we all know how hard it is to get stuff done. It’s especially hard when you feel pressure. Like, the kind of pressure that might bear down on you to finish a long-running and desperately popular book series-turned-TV-obsession. So it makes sense that George R.R. Martin, whose A Song ... More »

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Sorry for the lame title of this post, but I sat here for 10 minutes trying to think of something to title it! I finally gave up. What is with this weather?! It's like winter finally arrived, but a few months too late. The wind chill was in the single digits this morning. Show More Summary

East Coast sees freezing, perfect surf from Winter Storm Stella

Winter Storm Stella slammed the door on an early spring this week for the Eastern seaboard. The major low pressure system delivered plenty of sleet, flooding, major winds, snow and below-freezing temperatures, saying winter is here to stay just a bit longer. Show More Summary

Two residential buildings collapse in Queens amid winter storm

2 months agoNews : NY Daily News

Heavy snow and high winds likely caused the partial collapse of two residential buildings in Queens Tuesday, officials said.

Get pampered at these Chicago spas and mask bars

Winter may be ending soon—hopefully—but the effect of this frigid wind and brutal cold on your face can linger long after this snow has melted. Yes, living in Chicago during the less lovely months of the year can wreak havoc on your skin, but I fought back by trying these spas and mask bars that...

Here are the cities getting the absolute worst of Winter Storm Stella

After over 48 hours of anticipation, warnings, and constant forecast updates, Winter Storm Stella is currently slamming the East Coast of the United States with snow, ice, and plenty of wind. It's a full-blown blizzard for millions of...Show More Summary

Mid-Morning Open Thread

Winter Landscape Pieter Bruegel Only six or seven inches here so far, but the wind is roaring and it looks quite inhospitable outside. I think I'll stay inside with a cup of Black Rifle coffee and a scone. Because...

Winter Storm Stella's underway as blizzard warnings cover New York City

2 months agoLifestyle / Fashion : AOL: Style

Winter Storm Stella's main event is underway as blizzard warnings cover parts of eight states in the Northeast, including New York City. Stella will hammer the region through Tuesday with more than a foot of snow and strong winds, leading to major travel disruptions at airports and on roadways. Show More Summary

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2 months agoDance / Ballet : Haglund's Heel

Winter Storm Stella is now only a few hours outside of the New York metro area. Is she really going to sock us in with snow and wind so that we can't get to Costa Mesa to see our own...

Nor’easter To Unleash Fury After Sixth-Warmest Winter in U.S. History

From the Heartland to the Appalachians, many people were incredulous about the winter of 2016/2017 that should be winding down about right now. After all, it is the second week in March, and we have been having temperatures that are often twenty to thirty degrees above normal highs for the past two months. Show More Summary

Blizzard Beauty: 9 Products to Transform a Snow Day Into a Spa Day

Despite the ludicrous wind chill and icy streets, we're sitting pretty. How, you ask? Well, we're staying home! We're bypassing the serious stress of Winter (challenging travel conditions, hours of shoveling, and interminably cold feet) via an at-home spa day. Show More Summary

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