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Raleigh saw temperatures drop to 9 degrees on Wednesday, tying a record set in 1887, while Pinehurst area saw 6 inches of snowfall, among the highest tallies logged in the southern states, according to the National Weather Service.
Correction Thursday’s newsletter incorrectly stated that Viacom is looking at forcing subscribers on its apps to log in more often.
Any current or former member of the U.S. military can log in, put in their unit and year, and be connected solely with people from that unit and year.
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Users log in to view information about themselves, as well as how their genes could be passed on to their future baby.
But with more travelers trying to log in and each using more data, systems that connect to ground antennas get overwhelmed on many flights.
Fans will need to log in with a Facebook account or email to vote and voting is capped at one ballot per day.
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