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Seattle CBS news on the hour real news real reporting I'm hearing none as another winter storm takes aim at the west the remnants of an earlier thanksgiving storm now slamming the population centers of the northeast promising rough travel conditions for another day or so overnight tonight it's rain from New York to Boston with mild they're being pulled in and the loan right along the New Jersey coast but as it moves out and it kind of blossoms or strengthens and begin to pull cold air in just in time for the evening commute not gonna be easy or pretty in New York or Boston meteorologist Jeff bear a deli in Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker says first band of snorkel impacts certain parts of the Monday morning commute there will be a pause in snow fall through Monday morning the second band of snow will begin more accumulation of snow and slush that will impact the Monday evening commute and the Tuesday morning commute the deep snow forecast for much of New England more than eight hundred flights were canceled today nationwide the White House says just sent word to the house Judiciary Committee it will not take part in the Wednesday impeachment hearing already online shoppers are breaking retail records according to adobe analytics thanksgiving online sales at four point two billion dollars seven point four billion on Black Friday what is hot toys are very popular during this time the season and then products that are being sold as a result of because like I said and so movie box and dice is selling very well and then we also find video game consoles selling pretty well until the analysts Vic and the says cyber Monday will approach nine and a half billion dollars nine people dead three injured in the crash of a small plane west of Sioux falls South Dakota let's be clear the FAA says appeal lattice PC twelve which is a high end single engine turboprop airplane crashed shortly after take off Saturday about a mile south west from the chamberlain South Dakota airport of course it was bad weather moving through the Dakotas were getting hit with blizzard like conditions so certainly one of the things that investigators are going to look at it is did weather factoring here CBS is Chris van Cleve the pilot and two children among the fatalities U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres complains that governments are failing to make good on their promises to cut greenhouse gas emissions he spoke ahead of a two week climate summit in Madrid let's be clear until now all our efforts to reach these targets have been utterly inadequate for terrorists says politicians must live up.