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Hurricane Sandy (2012)

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Top Hurricane Sandy (2012) Articles

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  • New Jersey's recovery from Superstorm Sandy, at a glance

    Parts of the Jersey shore are still recovering from Superstorm Sandy 2 1/2 years after the devastating storm. While substantial progress has been made in rebuilding, thousands of homes still remain uninhabitable, and aid for rebuilding is still being...
  • Read President Obama's Remarks At The Coast Guard Academy Commencement

    Read President Obama's Remarks At The Coast Guard Academy Commencement
    THE PRESIDENT:  Thank you! Thank you very much.  Everybody, please have a seat.  Class of 2015 -- ahoy! AUDIENCE:  Ahoy!  THE PRESIDENT:  There are now fewer days to go until the Class of 2015 graduates than -- never mind.  There are now zero days...
  • NYC: Ellis Island's revamped museum opens with new immigrant exhibition

    NYC: Ellis Island's revamped museum opens with new immigrant exhibition
    Ellis Island, the historic processing center for millions of immigrants in New York Harbor, will open a new exhibition Wednesday that focuses on American immigration in the postwar years and up to the present. The new show and completion of the island's...
  • Whitehall Mayor Ed Hozza crushes primary challenger

    Whitehall Mayor Ed Hozza crushes primary challenger
    Whitehall Mayor Ed Hozza Jr. on Tuesday fended off the Queen City invasion he warned of during his campaign, handily securing the Democratic nomination for a third term in office. With all precincts reporting, Hozza, the former township executive-...
  • NYC Court Calendar

    Associated Press NYC Court Calendar for Monday, May. 18. The daybook is for planning purposes only and is not intended for publication or broadcast. You should verify any event you plan to cover. Please keep the AP in mind when news develops. The New...
  • Work underway at sewer plant flooded by Sandy

    A project to rebuild a sewage plant flooded by Superstorm Sandy is underway in Union Beach. The Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority has launched a $28 million project to rebuild its plant that was damaged in the October 2012 storm. The project will...
  • US has underinvested in infrastructure for decades

    When a bridge falls, when a water main fails, or when a train crashes, news crews and commentators report on the sorry state of our nation's infrastructure. Policymakers on both sides of the aisle say we need to do something to fix our roads and rails,...
  • America's premier rail superhighway is slowly falling apart

    The trains that link global centers of learning, finance and power on the East Coast lumber through tunnels dug just after the Civil War, and cross century-old bridges that sometimes jam when they swing open to let tugboats pass. Hundreds of miles of...
  • A 2nd citizen-foil of Christie's makes a run for office

    One New Jersey legislative candidate has Gov. Chris Christie to thank for helping him raise his profile and helping launch his campaign— by berating him. Jim Keady is known to those who pay attention to the governor as the "sit-down-and-shut-up...
  • U.S. fashion community organizes online charity auction to benefit Nepal

    U.S. fashion community organizes online charity auction to benefit Nepal
    In the aftermath of the recent earthquakes in Nepal, a group called Fashion Girls for Humanity has organized an online auction to fund relief work there. Hosted through Charity Buzz and supported by the Council of Fashion Designers of America, the...
  • Profiles of Philadelphia Amtrak train derailment victims

    Eight people were killed in an Amtrak train derailment Tuesday night in Philadelphia. The victims include a college dean, a food-safety company vice president; a midshipman at the U.S. Naval Academy; a Manhattan real estate executive; and an Italian...