Nov 1, 2012 With just five days to go until election day, superstorm Sandy will almost certainly have an impact, but the economy is still the number one priority in the minds of voters.
Nov 1, 2012 All the state governments in the path of Sandy say they’re going to rebuild infrastructure. In this age of budget austerity, where will the money come from?
Nov 1, 2012 AT&T and T-Mobile say they have temporarily jury-rigged their network in parts of the Northeast so that customers who can't reach their normal cellphone connection can use the rival's tower without extra charge.
Nov 1, 2012 It's been three days since Sandy hit New York City and as residents wake up this morning, the city is still staggering back to normal.
Stacey Vanek Smith
Nov 1, 2012 Insurance claims from Sandy will reach an estimated $15 billion. But many people will have to cover damage to their household possessions because they don't have renters insurance.
Oct 31, 2012 With New York City's Mayor Bloomberg warning it could be the days before subway trains are restored, what are the other options for the millions of people that use the transit system on a typical day?
Oct 31, 2012 A New Yorker tells us about the commute into Manhattan today, after Superstorm Sandy.
Oct 31, 2012 Despite the loss of power in lower Manhattan, Wall Street and some nearby businesses reopen. But downtown is dead compared to midtown.
Oct 31, 2012 Election officials in storm-stricken counties scramble ahead of voting day.
Oct 31, 2012 Insurers want to repair flooded cars rather than declare them a total loss. But water damage can show up later -- and flooding claims will show up on services like Carfax, taking down what a vehicle can get on the used-car market.