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Morning Express with Robin Meade

A fast, personal, and smart blend of all the news you want in the morning. We call it "News in the Fast Lane." So buckle up.

#FacebookDown sends users into panic

#FacebookDown sends users into panic

As if the snow pounding the Northeast wasn't enough to worry about, many people hauled up inside couldn't get on Facebook, Instagram or even Tinder! Watch to find out more.

Read more: Chaos: Facebook, Instagram go down (briefly)

What's for dinner?

What's for dinner?

“I always had a problem with what's for dinner. I would look at my wife and she works too. We also had young kids at the time,” says Tri Tran, co-founder of Munchery. “So I figured there must be another option to get healthy but really delicious food.”

The company hires chefs to prepare meals using local ingredients. The food is cooked, chilled and delivered to customers, who can order that day or on demand in some areas.

Yikes! Car nearly slams into reporter during live shot

Yikes! Car nearly slams into reporter during live shot

A reporter was doing a live shot from New York on the blizzard when a car lost control and nearly hit her Monday night! She didn't even appear to know! Stacey Bell of TV station WNBC was standing on the side of the road in Long Island talking about staying safe and little did she know that she wasn't so safe herself. Take a look!



OMG video: 2 cops shot as council members duck!

OMG video: 2 cops shot as council members duck!

Two police officers were shot at a swearing-in ceremony at New Hope, Minnesota, City Hall Monday night. Council members ducked under their desks to hide from bullets. The officers are expected to survive.

Hennepin County Chief Deputy Mike Carlson says a man with a handgun opened fire. Officials don't yet know why he allegedly targeted the officers and his name hasn't been released.

New England hammered by snow; NYC spared

New England hammered by snow; NYC spared

The first widespread major winter storm of the season is still lashing New England, with coastal areas bearing the brunt of the harshest weather.

Meanwhile, New York City appears to have escaped the worst of the blizzard, though schools are closed.

Watch: Wild Super Bowl party with nuns?

Watch: Wild Super Bowl party with nuns?

Now you can rent a room to watch the Super Bowl at a monastery in Phoenix, Arizona. Sister Linda Campbell wants you to know that nuns love sports too. "I don't know any convent that doesn't have nuns that love football," Sister Linda tells CNN affiliate KPHO. For $300 a night, you get free Wi-FI and breakfast. But there's no smoking, drinking or cussing allowed. Take a look.


 

It's coming! Northeast preps for epic blizzard

It's coming! Northeast preps for epic blizzard

The National Weather Service describes a storm heading for the Northeast Monday as a "crippling and potentially historic blizzard."

Snow is expected to start falling in New York, Connecticut,  Boston and Philadelphia on Monday and then intensify Tuesday.

Video: Doctor delivers husband, wife & baby!

Video: Doctor delivers husband, wife & baby!

How is that possible? Well, the couple was delivered by the same doctor in the 80's and he brought their newborn into the world in 2015.

Dr. Barrie May has been delivering babies in Orange County, California, for decades. He tells CNN affiliate KTLA that he's met moms who say he delivered them, but he's never heard of a whole family being delivered by his hands. Take a look.

'Not very bright': Selfies on stolen iPad lead to arrests

'Not very bright': Selfies on stolen iPad lead to arrests

Two suspects posted selfies on a stolen iPad and the owner saw them on his iCloud account. The suspects say they don't know what an iCloud is.

Dillan Thompson and Dorian Walker posed with money in their mouth at a Burger King in Houston, Texas. "They are not very bright crooks," Harris County Pct 1 Constable Alan Rosen tells CNN affiliate KTRK.

wakeup workout

This wake-up workout only takes 5 minutes!

It's Week 3 of our Live Better Now Challenge -- and today we offer a morning workout routine you can do the moment you get up. 

The goal is to get your heart pumping, work all of your key muscles and stretch out that body so you can tackle the day. And it should only take you five minutes -- who doesn't have time for that?

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