NYC woman charged in Newtown fundraising fraud had also solicited hurricane relief donations
For storm protection, Texas turns to brawny 'hurricane domes' that can serve double-duty
Superstorm Sandy did little lasting damage in the Washington area, but it did cause a big dip in Metro's ridership.
2 days of lost service due to Superstorm Sandy makes dent in already falling Metro ridership
Officials say the federal government has sent more than $1 million in aid to Somerset County victims of Superstorm Sandy.
Confusion reigns in NJ over role, regs of river berms that failed to halt Sandy tidal surge
NY lifeguard who rescued stranded neighbors during Superstorm Sandy drowns in Puerto Rico
EPA officials say toxic sites OK after superstorm; but few actual tests done
'Absolutely a miracle:' Family that lost home to storm Sandy gets special gift at Christmas
Crowd-funding sites draw thousands of donations to help Superstorm Sandy victims recover
An offensive lineman from the University of Virginia returned to Staten Island to help superstorm Sandy victims in need of food, clothing and supplies.
In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, some who lost their homes or businesses have turned to crowd-funding websites to elicit a faster and more direct response than they could expect from the government or traditional charities.
Public focused on news about the election, shootings and Superstorm Sandy in 2012
Senate Republicans propose smaller, $24 billion recovery package for Superstorm Sandy
US builders began work on fewer houses in November, though 2012 likely to show big gains
FedEx says cost cuts can counter sluggish growth, keeps annual forecast despite 2Q decline
For minor infractions, NYers get sentenced to Sandy: Community service efforts aim at cleanup
Senate opens debate on $60.4 billion Sandy aid package, Republicans say not so fast
Carroll, Montgomery get Sandy disaster aid; Md. out of appeals for enhanced aid to 4 others
Weeks after storm, Sandy survivors struggle with anxiety, insomnia, grief over loss of homes