To stop suspected scam artists in wake of Hurricane Sandy, government hotline is available
Scam alert: Authorities on lookout for expected Sandy-related consumer fraud
UN management chief says UN headquarters suffered 'unprecedented damage' from Superstorm Sandy
Across the environmentally fragile Chesapeake, researchers are spreading out to see what Sandy has wrought. So far, the indications are that the impact has not been as great as last fall when a pair of tropical storms caused widespread flooding that dumped mud, debris and sewage into the bay.
Some extremist Muslim clerics say Sandy was God's punishment for American ills
NYC's storm-crippled subways start rolling again; traffic gridlocked three days after Sandy
Christine Brennan, USA Today sports columnist
The Port of Virginia has started receiving cargo diverted from the Port of New York and New Jersey because of Superstorm Sandy.
Hurricane Sandy flooded many cars up to their axles, but not all of those ruined cars will be junked, Ron Montoya, consumer advice editor from Edmunds.com says.
New York City Marathon runners will be taking to the streets of a city still reeling from superstorm Sandy, and many are weighing the pros and cons of running in a disaster zone.
Tom Keene, editor-at-large at Bloomberg and anchor of Bloomberg News
About 6,190 utility customers in Virginia remain without electricity as a result of Superstorm Sandy.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg says NYC Marathon to go on Sunday despite damage from Superstorm Sandy
In wake of superstorm Sandy, Romney faces scrutiny for past comments on disaster relief
The vast destruction wreaked by the storm surge in New York could have been prevented with a sea barrier of the type that protects major cities in Europe, some scientists and engineers say. The multibillion-dollar price tag of such a project has been a hindrance, but may appear more palatable after the damage from Superstorm Sandy has been tallied.
Nets' regular-season debut in Brooklyn on hold because of Sandy's damage; NYC Marathon on
Along the Georgetown waterfront, workers are peeling up the thick mud covering the walkway with a power washer and snow shovel.
Flooded and without power, NYC tech companies try to make do after Sandy
WTOP's Del Walters reports
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