Today marks the 10th anniversary of the Northeast blackout of 2003, the largest power outage in North American history. But a decade later, it seems a faded memory.
Traveling across the United States, you can find diversity in the landscape, in the food, in the way people talk. And in the supermarkets.
Canada's third-largest city has begun evacuating 75,000 to 100,000 residents from two dozen downtown neighborhoods as water levels in the Bow River continue to rise.
The other shoe has dropped: the Detroit city government will be forced to cede its authority to an emergency manager chosen by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder.