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.
Oct 31, 2012 Companies walk a fine line between compassion and commercialism when it comes to disasters.
Oct 31, 2012 Trading in U.S. stocks resumed today after two days off. A storm has not shut down trading for this long since 1888.
Oct 31, 2012 Electricity is coming back for those who lost power because of Sandy. Two days after the storm, about six million people on the East Coast are still in the dark, down from a high of eight and a half million.