Preparations are underway on the east coast of America for what's predicted to be one of the worst storms on record.
Residents have been stocking up on fuel and food ahead of the blizzard later today. Up to two feet of snow are expected and there is a severe weather warning in place for Boston and New York.
Good Morning Britain has helped to save a baby's life!
Hannah Gilmartin, whose 11 month old daughter started choking on a tealight candle, was able to save her baby's life after she had watched our programme on Monday 12 January.
We had broadcast how to perform CPR on your child if they started choking. It was all part of a "baby choking campaign" from St John Ambulance called "The Chokeables" which featured David Waliiams.
The advert has been credited with saving seven lives and over four million people viewed the advert in 10 days.
Clare's Law has led to the abusive pasts of more than 1,300 violent partners being revealed - less than a year after it was rolled out nationally, figures reveal today.
The law allows police to disclose information about a partner's previous history of domestic violence or violent acts. Two women are killed every week by a current or former partner.
We're joined by Simone Moss who found out that her boyfriend had a violent past.
I think we've got used to being a three now
5,4,3.. New look British supergroup Take That chat to Richard Arnold about life as a three-piece and playing spies in the video for their new song Get Ready For It which was written for new movie Kingsman: The Secret Service.
Howard also opened up about his recent wedding to Katie Halil: 'She's a great girl and we're very happy.'
It's Australia Day, and Sean has travelled 10,000 miles to the other side of the world in search of some sunshine and to say G'Day from Down Under on a week-long tour there. He kicks off in Queensland's stunning Gold Coast.
Today, Sean will be joining British families being reunited with loved ones who have moved to Australia.