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Sandy Floods New York City's Subway System

The New York City subway system remained closed on Tuesday in the wake of Sandy. Millions of gallons of water poured into the subway's tunnels, overwhelming its pump system.

Sandy Continues To Disrupt Lives As It Heads West

Audie Cornish talks to Joe Palca for the latest on where Sandy is and what she is doing.

New Yorkers Woke Up To Strangely Quiet City

New York City residents awoke to a changed world on Tuesday morning. From a massive fire in Queens to flooding in many quarters, the extent of the damage isn't yet clear.

Romney Blurs Campaigning Line At Ohio Event

Governor Mitt Romney's campaign converted a Dayton, Ohio, campaign stop into a "relief" event for victims of Sandy. But it still bore many of the hallmarks of a traditional campaign event. The Romney campaign was also responding to questions about comments the Republican presidential nominee made last year about partially privatizing and devolving to states certain functions of the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

Large Power Outages Raise Concerns For Election Day

The devastation from Sandy has raised questions about whether Election Day can, or should, be moved in some of the hardest hit areas. The law governing when the presidential election is held is not clear about what to do in an emergency.

Much Of Atlantic City Still Under Water After Sandy

Audie Cornish talks to Melissa Block about the damage from Sandy in Atlantic City, N.J.

Power Outage From Sandy One Of Biggest Ever In U.S.

Sandy left 7 million customers without power across the East Coast, leaving many wondering what it will take to get the lights back on.