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That time when superstorm Sandy took out Clinton’s private e-mail server

The latest batch of former secretary of state Hillary Clinton's e-mails indicate that Hurricane Sandy knocked out her private e-mail server for two weeks in 2012. In her correspondence with those who emailed her -- many of whom sent birthday greetings -- she apologizes for her tardiness in responding. For instance, there is this with John […]

The people of northern Manhattan are fighting climate change on their own terms

The other half of Manhattan didn't make splashy headlines after Hurricane Sandy, but its woes were real. Now community activists are preparing for the next time.

?What's in Your Go Bag?

By definition a Go Bag is created to care for emergency situations of unknown origin and severity. Consider Super Storm Sandy or Hurricane Katrina as an example of situations anyone of us can find ourselves in with little or no warning. Show More Summary


A fisherman’s plan to feed the world and reduce climate change David Brancaccio, Shana Daloria, Beidi Zhang, November 19, 2015 (MarketPlace) “…Following hurricanes Irene and Sandy, Bren Smith, founder of the ocean farming non-profitShow More Summary

Hurricane Sandy blows away case against alleged Bronx gunman

3 weeks agoNews : NY Daily News

A MAN prosecutors charged was the cold-hearted gunman who killed a Bronx gas station attendant was acquitted thanks to a storm named Sandy.

American Red Cross Still Helping Those Affected by Hurricane Sandy

Three years ago, tens of thousands of people were impacted by the brutal force of Hurricane Sandy. This was a hurricane that cut a wide swath of destruction up and down the eastern seaboard -- with particular devastation hitting NewShow More Summary

Many Abandoned Boats Wrecked By Hurricane Sandy Are Still Clogging NYC Rivers

3 weeks agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Hurricane Sandy petered out over the East Coast almost exactly three years ago. The storm left chaos in its wake—and in some cases, that chaos is still floating in its waterways, says the New York Times. Read more...

Surviving Hurricane Sandy: The Smartest Pigeon in Brooklyn

As Hurricane Sandy approaches, a pigeon in Brooklyn finds a hub transit station a safe environment - and navigates the storm and afterwards there New York City was shutting down the entire subway system at 7 p.m. on October 28, 2012, encompassing 469 stations, normally in operation 24 hours a day. Show More Summary

Surviving Hurricane Sandy: The Smartest Pigeon in Brooklyn

EDITOR'S NOTE: PLEASE USE THIS IMAGE AS THE SOCIAL MEDIA THUMBNAIL: As Hurricane Sandy approaches, a pigeon in Brooklyn finds a hub...Show More Summary

South Ferry St. Entrance Closes For 9 Months

The effects of Hurricane Sandy are still being felt in our region from the homes of thousands to our transit infrastructure. While the MTA did a fantastic job getting up & running again, the agency continues the need to repair the damage caused. Next up is the South Ferry-Whitehall Street station which will have one […]

South Ferry Station's Main Entrance Will Close For 9 Months

In various parts of the city, Hurricane Sandy's destructive force can still be felt today. And that's why the MTA will be closing the main entrance of the South Ferry station until August 2016. [ more › ]

Wealth Matters: Jon Bon Jovi, the Jersey Shore and the Impact Investing Strategy

Socially responsible investing strategies can help philanthropists leverage their money. Mr. Bon Jovi has focused on New Jersey towns that were ravaged by Hurricane Sandy.

Build It Back eyes 2016 to finish Sandy repairs: de Blasio

last monthNews : NY Daily News

The city’s Build It Back program aims to have everything damaged in Hurricane Sandy restored by next year.

East Coast and Gulf Coast power grids are still not ready for a big hurricane

It's been three years since Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast. Our power grids are still awful.

Three Years Later, Are We Ready for the Next Sandy?

Hurricane Sandy struck three years ago today, flooding the coasts of New York and New Jersey and, unforgettably, putting out the lights in half of Manhattan. And unless you were directly affected by it, it's pretty easy to forget, or at least not think about it. But it's not if... More »

Joaquim Jitters Trigger Hurricane Sandy Flashbacks

Long Beach, NY: It was the robocall that got me. Thursday, October 1st. 3:30 pm: Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano was saying that Hurricane Joaquin could reach Long Island around Tuesday morning., October 6th. We should get our emergency "Friends and Family" plans in place. Show More Summary

Photos: Hurricane Sandy Devastated NYC Exactly 3 Years Ago

   It was three years ago to the day that Hurricane Sandy clobbered the northeast, killing at least 147 people in the U.S. (48 in NYC) and leaving billions of dollars of devastation in its wake. The storm's surge, a record-setting 14...Show More Summary

In Ongoing Response to Hurricane Sandy, We Must Remain Focused on Climate Change's Long-Term Impacts

Three years ago today, Hurricane Sandy made landfall on the Northeast, devastating countless homes, businesses, and communities in its path. Over the past three years, and indeed, since President Obama took office, the Administration...Show More Summary

NYC before and after Hurricane Sandy: Stunning photos tell the story

last monthNews : NY Daily News

Our team of Daily News photographers fanned across the city during the worst impact of Hurricane Sandy,

New York Today: New York Today: In Hurricane Sandy’s Wake

last monthNews : NYTimes: News

Thursday: Progress since the storm, nicer weather, and Day of the Dead.

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