Eastern U.S. Digs Out From Blizzard as D.C. Grounds FlightsBy and
New York City roads open, transit runs modified schedule
Airlines plan limited Sunday flights at New York's airports
New York, Washington and the U.S. Mid-Atlantic on Sunday shoveled away more than two feet of snow from a blizzard that brought the region to a standstill, grounded more than 13,000 flights, cut power for several hundred thousand customers, and was blamed for at least 18 deaths.
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