There are few places in the U.S. where hospitals have put as much thought and money into disaster planning as New York. And yet two of the city's busiest, most important medical centers failed a fundamental test of readiness during Superstorm Sandy this week: They lost power.
Jamie Sanders went to the grocery store in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy with good intentions. Cucumbers and apples were on her list.
The government is reminding the public to use a national fraud hotline to report any suspected fraud related to relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.
Gov. Martin O'Malley has signed an executive order to help people apply for absentee ballots, if they are unable to apply in person because of Superstorm Sandy.
Shore residents return home to see how badly Sandy damaged their homes; some were wiped out
Del Waters, WTOP Reporter
Fear and frustration mount in NYC; traffic chokes bridges, and throngs wait for buses and gas
Authorities have attributed several deaths in Maryland to the superstorm, including an elderly man who died shoveling snow.
Insurers will be dealing with a crush of claims in the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy which inflicted billions of dollars in damages. Once homeowners can assess the extent of their personal losses, many will have to brace for another ordeal: navigating the insurance claims process.
A wintry storm may cause post-Election Day problems for the mid-Atlantic and weather-weary East Coast.
Amtrak will resume service between New York City and Boston on Friday following the repair of commuter rail tracks damaged by Superstorm Sandy, the railroad said late Thursday.
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.
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