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East Coast Reeling After Hurricane Sandy

For an update on superstorm Sandy's impact on the East Coast of the U.S., Renee Montagne and Steve Inskeep speak with NPR reporters Joel Rose, Elizabeth Shogren, Jim Zarroli, and Zoe Chace.

Sandy Deals New York City Flooding, Fire And Blackouts

Hundred of thousands of people were without power after the city was hammered by high winds and record-breaking storm surge. The head of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority said the city's 108-year-old subway system had never seen such devastation.

A Bright Light During Dark Days: Bloomberg's Sign Language Star

As New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has briefed his city in recent days about Superstorm Sandy, many have become big fans of the sign language interpreter by his side. Her expressions and style are crowd-pleasers.

Riding Out The Storm On A Sailboat

For Jennifer Kaye, Hurricane Sandy is a threat to her livelihood. Kaye is General Manager and Captain of the Schooner Woodwind, a family-owned business based in Annapolis, Maryland. She and her crew are riding out the storm on board a 74-foot sailboat. Kaye explains how being on the boat is key to protecting it.

Maryland Governor Talks About How Sandy Is Affecting State

Steve Inskeep talks with Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley about Hurricane Sandy and how it's affecting his state.