3:01 Ordering shut downs in New York city for this week’s snowstorm resulted in a cost of $700 million.

3:10 Police in Bound Brook, NJ and in Wynnewood, PA stopped kids from shoveling snow because they did not have permits and conditions were too dangerous.

3:32 Rich talks with General Motor’s Product Communications Specialist, Stephen Martin, about the Philly Auto Show.

3:53 Sam Smith will pay Tom Petty royalties for his song ‘Stay with Me.’

4:01 Rich talks to David Harsanyi, Senior Editor at the Federalist, about his piece, ‘Obama Keeps Bowing in the Middle East.’

4:19 Marc Vetri, owner of the restaurant Vetri, criticized food critics for being too cliquish.

4:37 The Department of Homeland Security has been directed identify immigrants not to deport.

5:01 In advance of this week’s storm, many people turned to Craigslist to find hookups.

5:00 GoDaddy.com has pulled an ad they were going to run during the Super Bowl after backlash from animal rights activists.

5:34 Rich talks to William Harner, the Superintendent of the Quakertown School District, about a proposal to change snow days into ‘cyber’ days.