Winter Storm

The board members of the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, or ERCOT, had come under scrutiny for reportedly living out of state.
In Texas, Tennessee, Mississippi and more, millions of Americans are struggling after winter storms disrupted water the supply.
The New York congresswoman helped raise $2 million in relief for Texans and is heading to the state to dispense supplies after the GOP senator went to Cancun.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) tried to escape to Cancún, Mexico, as millions of Texans suffered without heat or water.
The toilets in one Harris County jail were filled to the brim with feces and urine because the facility had no running water, according to people incarcerated there.
Grocery store employees were forced to discard thousands of items after winter storms ravaged Oregon and caused widespread power outages.
Colorado City Mayor Tim Boyd has reportedly resigned, though it's not clear if that was before he told residents, "No one owes you [and] your family anything."
A record-breaking winter storm has killed more than a dozen people across the country. In Texas, millions are without power as electrical grids fail due to snow and cold. In North Carolina, a deadly tornado ripped a county to pieces.
Two men were found dead in the Houston area; officials said the subfreezing temperatures were likely to blame.
The president met with officials but no locals whose homes had been destroyed. He said Louisiana has "been a great state for me.”