It's already snowing in New York City as a massive blizzard moves into big parts of the Northeast. More than a foot of snow forecast for areas from Maine to Pennsylvania. Boston and New York City could be looking at a storm for the record books. New York's Mayor Bill De Blasio says it's likely to be one of the biggest snowstorms ever to hit New York City. Hartford, Connecticut could get as much as 30 inches of snow. At least 1700 flights have already been cancelled. There's an 11:30am ET presser with De Blasio. We've got Fox team coverage.
President Obama is in India on a two day trip (it was supposed to be 3 days, but the President will cut the trip sort for a visit to ally Saudi Arabia and a meeting with its new King). President making comments to a group of CEO's and holding meetings with the Indian President.
A drone has landed on the White House lawn. Secret Service found the device on the grounds of the White house overnight with hundreds of first responders swarming the southeast entrance to the White House. The White House says it didn't pose a threat.
In Argentina, It was revealed over the weekend that an assassinated prosecutor who was about to testify against Argentina's strong arm President was shot point blank in the forehead. Alberto Nisman was going to reveal allegations that Argentine President Christina Kirchner helped protect Iranians involved with a 1994 terror bombing of a Jewish community center in Buenos Aires that left 85 dead. Kirchner claims he was murdered as part of a plot to destroy her government.
The Russian currency dropped by more than 3% today after additional sanctions suggested by Western powers. Russia widely believed behind a new offensive by Russian separatists rebels in Eastern Ukraine. At least 4,700 have died since the conflict began in April. The Russian currency has lost more than half its value and the Russian economy is thought to be in a deep recession. There will be an emergency meeting of EU foreign ministers on Thursday.
Greece has elected the first-ever anti-austerity government. The left-wing Syriza party's Alexis Tsipras won handily against the incumbent Prime Minister. A new coalition government is expected to demand an end to austerity and buck the demands for fiscal restraint from the EU.
Markets headed lower today. We get earnings reports from Microsoft and Norfolk Southern. Oil prices continue to fall.
ISIS terrorists have killed one of two Japanese terrorists they are holding.