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States Recovering From Superstorm Sandy

Sandy has been downgraded to a post-tropical storm, and continues to move north and west. Heavy winds, rains and snow battered states from Maine to North Carolina to Ohio, millions of people are without power, and a record-breaking storm surge poured into Manhattan streets and subway tunnels.
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A Morphing Storm: As Sandy Moves Inland, Snow And Winds Follow

The mid-Atlantic region is no stranger to hurricanes, but as Sandy made its way north and onto land, it collided with cold winter weather, wrapping frigid air into its spinning mass.
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NYC Subway System Hit Hard By Superstorm

Renee Montagne speaks with Deidre Parker, a spokeswoman for New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority, for an update on the city's subways, buses, bridges and tunnels.
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Superstorm's Toll Could Reach $20 Billion

Early projections estimate economic losses from the storm could reach up to $20 billion, according to one insurance industry firm's analysis. This takes into account the shutting down of New York's financial district, major oil refineries in New Jersey, and thousands of stores and businesses across the Eastern Seaboard.
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Bakery Opens For Business In Atlantic City

Renee Montagne talks to Frank Formica, owner of Formica Brothers Bakery and Cafe, in Atlantic City, N.J., about his experience during Hurricane Sandy.
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Doctored Images Spread With Arrival Of Sandy

The arrival of Hurricane Sandy was unprecedented, but not quite as unprecedented as it seemed on the Internet. Countless doctored images spread more swiftly than the storm.

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