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Source: Thomson Reuters Foundation - Fri, 2 Nov 2012 18:15 GMT
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Millions of people across the Eastern United States struggled to recover from the destruction wrought by powerful storm Sandy, which knocked out power to huge swaths of the nation's most densely populated region, swamped New York's subway system and submerged streets in Manhattan's financial district. For stories about the storm, click on the codes: TOP STORIES > Post-storm anger grows, especially outside Manhattan > Millions still without power in NY, NJ after Sandy > Power restored to half those without after Sandy -DOE > In Brooklyn, fuel terminal padlocked as drivers steam > Too soon to estimate insured losses from Sandy -RMS > Upper Manhattan set struggle with guest influx > New Yorkers uneasy about decision to hold marathon > Superstorm Sandy blows gasoil bubble away > Frazzled New Yorkers fret about road back to normalcy > On Delaware coastal island, gratitude to share > Sandy to test federal flood insurance program > Fitch says government borrowers will weather Sandy > U.S. FDA says Sandy delays decisions on some drugs > Small shops in Big Apple fight to survive Sandy > Sandy forecasts on target but message was garbled > US Coast Guard suspends search for captain of Bounty > Sandy seen costing telco, cable hundreds of millions > IRS eases tax bite for Americans hurt by hurricane > Airlines look to resume full schedules in NY area > Rice cake goop; Sandy slams small NJ business > Tempers fray as NY fuel crunch deepens > On Staten Island, cries for help, a loss for words > On Jersey shore, emotion outweighs cost of rebuilding > Sandy caused 'major damage' to UN headquarters > Clean Harbors expects substantial revenue post-Sandy EARLIER STORIES > Sandy snarls NY Harbor oil logistics, NYMEX gasoline > NJ's Springsteen, Bon Jovi join Sting in Sandy concert > Cablevision says power outage hit half its customers > Governors warn insurers: No hurricane deductibles > Eqecat sees Sandy insured losses up to ${esc.dollar}20 bln in U.S. > NJ's PSEG says Sandy severely damaged infrastructure > ConEd sees power back for most NY customers by Nov. 11 > US retailers' holiday season to withstand Sandy effect > U.S. money markets returning to normal after Sandy > Pentagon airlifts power teams, trucks to New York > Moody's sees municipal finances strained after Sandy > Storm Sandy knocks US Oct auto sales below estimates > NY Governor warns insurers on hurricane deductibles > Dealing with Sandy damage? Florida pro offers advice > Sandy sends New Yorkers scrambling for their cuppa Joe > In Sandy's wake, debris chokes New York oil hub > U.S. eases clean gasoline rules in East after Sandy > Wicked weather delays Halloween > Massive US storm was a money-making opportunity > Obama front and center in storm crisis, Romney subdued > Sandy costs NYC ${esc.dollar}200 million a day in economic damage > Sandy's hit is hard for economists to gauge > Obama, Christie tour storm-hit New Jersey,trade praise > Telecom firms restore service bit-by-bit after Sandy > Wall Street scrambles to raise cash after Sandy > Sandy clouds capital outlook for NY's MTA -comptroller > 'Blackout City' -quieter, emptier version of Manhattan > NY commuters walk, bike, fume amid post-Sandy snarls > At Manhattan federal court, working with lights out > Climate change or crap shoot?Experts weigh storm cause > US nuclear power outages are 2nd highest in decade > Storm-closed nuclear power plants may boost natgas use > US lumber at 19-mth high on post-Sandy rebuilding hope > Sandy silver lining: Skiing in N.Carolina starts early > Storm disrupts Northeast US telecom networks > New York's post-Sandy divide: with power or without > Sandy silences Atlantic City's casinos > Storm wallops Internet commerce > For Christie, Jersey shore drama that's also political > Obama, FEMA hustle disaster aid to Sandy's aftermath > Obama and Christie make unlikely traveling companions > Huge fire in Sandy's wake destroys dozens of NYC homes > Hospitals battled to protect patients as Sandy raged > Fannie, Freddie give relief to borrowers hit by storm > For some NY workers, storm meant shared room > Crew woman dies after HMS Bounty replica sinks ANALYSIS, INSIGHT AND COLUMNS > Homeowners dodge Sandy deductibles, face other costs > A giant storm and the struggle over closing Wall St > Storm forces Obama to balance governing, campaigning > How to protect your storm insurance claims FACTBOXES > Sandy blamed for at least 102 deaths in US, Canada > 3.5 mln still without power in US East due to Sandy > Nearly two-thirds NY area gas stations still shut-AAA > NY Harbor oil network slowly recovering after Sandy > NY fuel crisis may get worse before it gets better > E. Coast refineries, pipelines, terminals after storm > Storm Sandy blamed for 82 deaths in US, Canada > U.S. power outages from Sandy - Dept of Energy > East Coast refineries, pipelines,terminals post-Sandy > Some Northeast transport services return after Sandy > U.S. companies delay results due to hurricane > U.S. economic indicator release schedule > US Northeast oil terminals affected by Sandy > U.S. nuclear units affected by storm BLOG AND GRAPHICS > Reuters storm blog: > Record streamflows in wake of Sandy: > Flights and cancellations: > Latest forecast, potential path of storm: > Power outages: (World Desk, Americas; +1 202 898-8457)

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