More Snow Stalls Travel in Europe

Western Europe is still buried in snow, and it's creating holiday travel nightmares for people across France, Germany, and Belgium. Passengers slept on camp beds at Paris' Charles De Gaulle airport after half of all flights were canceled Thursday, partly because of a shortage of de-icing fluid. A fresh supply won't arrive until Monday, making the prospect bleak for Europeans hoping to make holiday trips. Hundreds of traffic accidents were reported across northern Germany, and people in Venice, Italy were evacuated from their homes because of flooding.