Corporations just beginning to tally Sandy's costs; Delta, Verizon say they will lose money
The lights were back on Saturday in lower Manhattan, prompting screams of sweet relief from residents who had been plunged into darkness for nearly five days by Superstorm Sandy. But that joy contrasted with deepening resentment in the city's outer boroughs and suburbs over a continued lack of power and maddening gas shortages.
Most New York City schools reopening Monday despite numerous challenges for parents and staff
Aimee Mann treats storm-weary concertgoers to new 'Sandy' song
Dominion Virginia Power is joining with other utilities from around the country to help power companies in the Northeast recover from Superstorm Sandy.
NJ casinos start reopening after 5-day Sandy shutdown, look to begin recouping losses
Nearly four in 10 electricity customers in Maryland's Garrett County remain without power after more than 30 inches of snow from Superstorm Sandy.
Jim Krasula, CBS News Correspondent
In the wake of the announcement that the New York City marathon has been canceled, a new kind of help has sprung up for Sandy victims, in the form of hotel rooms.
IRS extends filing and payment deadlines for those affected by Superstorm Sandy
Obama administration sending gasoline, diesel fuel to areas hard-hit by Superstorm Sandy
Mayor Bloomberg defends decision to hold marathon on Sunday as tempers boil over gas shortages
Heat unsure game in New York should be played; Wade says 'we shouldn't be here to play a game'
Any port in a storm? You bet, say loved ones, colleagues taking in Sandy's 'refugees'
From the Sky: With computer-controlled cameras, capturing Sandy's devastation from the air
Stocks slide on Wall Street as investors assess damage from Superstorm Sandy; insurers tank
Power outages and flooding crippled fueling infrastructure; drivers wait hours for gasoline
The Dominion Virginia Power company sent 1,500 of its workers to New Jersey on Friday morning to help fellow utility companies up north after the company restored power to its last batch of Virginia customers.