A.The whole America was without power.
B.Serious snow buried American Southeast Coast.
C.There were 30 deaths caused by car accidents.
D.More than 14,000 flights have been cancelled.
A.To launch a program to help those in trouble.
B.To cooperate with Canada to deal with the bad weather.
C.To provide federal money to help deal with the situation.
D.To help Canada cope with the snow.
【小题5】新闻开头提到After burying the American East Coast in snow all the way from Georgia up to Maine, the storm appeared in February, 2014, has moved north to Canada.由此可知，这次暴风雪已经移向北方的加拿大，故本题选B。
【小题6】新闻中提到Thirty people were injured in a multi-car pileup in Pennsylvania and more than 14,000 flights have been cancelled this week so far，由此可知，美国暴风雪造成1.4万多次航班取消，故本题选D。其他选项内容与新闻内容不符，均排除。
【小题7】新闻最后提到了奥巴马总统，原文为He promised federal money to help deal with what he called a "very challenging situation"，由此可知，奥巴马承诺提供联邦资金以帮助处理当前难题，故选C。