We're tracking a massive snowstorm that could could cause problems from Virginia to Massachusetts over the next two days.
Tens of millions of people may be impacted by the storm. Many of them are still digging out from last weekend's blizzard in the Washington-area, when a record 32.4 inches of snow fell on Washington's Dulles International Airport.
Another 10 to 20 inches of snow is forecasted for the Washington-area. Heading north, Philadelphia could also be slammed with about 20 inches tonight and tomorrow.
New York City and Boston, which escaped last weekend's storm, could both get hit with more than a foot of snow.
Along the storm's route many flights are already canceled and schools have announced they'll be closed tomorrow.
Tonight on the program, we'll check in with CNN meteorologist Chad Myers for the latest developments.
President Obama joked about all the snow in the nation's capital today in a surprise visit with reporters in the White House press briefing room.
"A little while ago, I had a meeting with the Democratic and Republican congressional leaders and it went very well. In fact, I understand that McConnell and Reid are out doing snow angels on the south lawn together," Pres. Obama said.
No snow angels, but the President did visit with Senators Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., and Harry Reid, D-Nev. We'll cover the raw politics with Candy Crowley.
President Obama is pushing lawmakers to set aside their differences and take action.
"Part of what we'd like to see is the ability of Congress to move forward in a more bipartisan fashion on some of the key challenges that the country is facing right now," Pres. Obama said. "I think it's fair to say that the American people are frustrated with the lack of progress on some key issues," he added.
We'll also take you to Haiti where Anderson is looking into who's tracking Haiti's children. He visited a makeshift tent camp today in Port-au-Prince. Officials are trying to determine how many children have been abandoned or orphaned since the quake hit a month ago, and it's no easy task.
Anderson also gives you a tour around a tent city, the only refuge for Haiti's homeless. See what there life is now like, day and night. The dangers. The hope of rebirth.
Join us for these stories and much more starting at 10 p.m. ET.
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