Record-Breaking Blizzard: 50 million Americans Face Snow Storm - NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio has ordered that streets and subways be shut down at 11 p.m. as snow descends on the Northeast.
Update: NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio: Better safe than sorry - New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says the subway system and roads will reopen soon after snowfall wasn't as large as predicted.
New Yorkers Take on the Blizzard That Wasn’t - Residents took a snow day on Tuesday after a massive blizzard blew over New York City.
16 Hours of NYC 'Blizzard' in 2 Minutes - New York was hit with a blizzard and though the pile up was not much to talk about it still left New Yorker's with a picture perfect scene.
Boston Storm: Man Off To Work Anyway - "I'm from Buffalo, I'm used to this... it's like spring break." Rob Marciano meets man braving over a foot of snow in Boston... in nothing but a business suit.
Boro Park Shomrim Keeping the Streets Safe During Blizzard 2015
Driving the streets of Brooklyn during the storm.
Storm Path: Where’s the Blizzard Heading? - ABC News' Ginger Zee tracks the path of Blizzard 2015 as it moves through the Northeast, bringing several feet of snow and strong winds.
Urgent Message From Williamsburg Hatzolah Ragarding Blizzard 2015
Blizzard 2015: State of Emergency in Boston and Beyond - Meteorologists anticipate up to 30 inches of snow and winds of up to 70 miles per hour during the course of the snow storm.
Blizzard 2015: Snow Storm Grounds Thousands of Flights - Families are stuck waiting at airports across the countries after 3,000 flights were canceled today. Another 4000 flights are expected to be canceled Tuesday.
Historic blizzards nothing new for Northeast - CNN's Anderson Cooper looks at some of the biggest nor'easters to hit the East Coast.
New York shelter prepares for homeless during blizzard - CNN's Brianna Keilar talks to Creighton Drury, who makes sure homeless kids are off the streets as snowstorms move into the New York City area.