Thursday, November 1, 2012
With some commutes into the city taking three hours, New Yorkers clung to news that some subway and rail service would be restored on Thursday.
New York faced horror in waterlogged neighborhoods, where rescuers pulled bodies from wreckage, and exasperation elsewhere as more than 3.75 million people entered a third day without electricity.
Though Hurricane Sandy raged up the East Coast, it has become increasingly apparent that New Jersey took the brunt of it.
Despite having dismissed President Obama just last week as a weak leader, Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey, a Republican, was full of praise for him this week, calling him “outstanding.”
President Obama’s tour of New Jersey with Gov. Chris Christie confronted Mitt Romney with a vexing challenge just as he returned to the campaign trail in Florida.
Gov. Chris Christie took President Obama on a tour of the storm damage, but Mayor Lorenzo Langford of Atlantic City, with whom he has been feuding, did not get to come along.
In announcing the closing, Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg cited damage to school buildings as the reason, but said he expected almost all schools to reopen Monday.
The Nets’ regular-season debut at Barclays Center, scheduled for Thursday night, was postponed because of the lingering effects of Hurricane Sandy.
Scientists say they simply do not know for sure if Hurricane Sandy was caused or made worse by human-induced global warming.
An administrator described third-world conditions, with no hot water, no lab or radiology services and pails of water hauled up the stairs to use for flushing toilets.
Thousands of painstakingly-bred rodents used in the study of heart disease, cancer and mental disorders drowned at a New York University research center in Kips Bay.
Homeowners who suffered wind and storm damage this week will get financial relief from rulings that insurers must treat Sandy as a tropical storm and not a hurricane.
Twitter says it cannot possibly regulate the millions of messages on its service, and that a bit of misinformation and mischief is to be expected.
Determined trick-or-treaters and their parents held costumed block parties in many New York City neighborhoods.
Carnegie Hall canceled all concerts on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday after the city cordoned off streets surrounding the hall and cut off utilities to the area for safety reasons.
After 35 years in New Jersey, the Nets are a New York team now and their arrival has spawned a new breed of fan: the Knicks-to-Nets defector.
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