Alexis Tsipras has been sworn in as Prime Minister of Greece in a ceremony at Athens' Presidential palace. The Syriza leader has formed a coalition government with the right-wing Independent Greeks to form a functional majority.
A storm which could bring the worst snow fall in New York's history has started coming down and the city is shutting down in preparation. The whole of the north east of the United States is on alert.
Three feet of snow is expected over the next few days and the blizzard is being called 'Snowmageddon'.
ITV News correspondent Emma Murphy reports:
Time is short for Greece's new government to find room for compromise, in just two weeks time Alexis Tsipras will be heading to his first European summit.
ITV News Europe Editor James Mates has more on the tight timetable facing Greece:
Germany's Chancellor Angela Merkel has yet to react to the result in Greece, but her finance ministry in Berlin said there can be no new restructuring of Greece's debts - though it may be given more time to complete its current programme of reforms and repayments.
From Berlin ITV News Economics Editor Richard Edgar reports.