Tens of thousands of people in New York state whose homes were damaged by storm Sandy could soon need housing as cold weather arrives, politicians warn.
Nearly a million people in New York state remain without power after Storm Sandy, as officials take emergency measures to ease fuel shortages.
Anger rises as fuel shortages and difficulties in reconnecting power hamper efforts to restore normality to US areas badly hit by Storm Sandy.
US President Barack Obama tours the state of New Jersey, to survey the devastation two days after the massive storm, Sandy, made landfall nearby.
The stock markets in New York reopen after their longest closure since 9/11 due to the superstorm Sandy.
Republican presidential hopeful Mitt Romney is back on the campaign trail, muting political attacks in the aftermath of the devastating storm, Sandy.
Storm Sandy may have died down but damage to communication hubs may prove more long-lasting.
News websites operating out of New York have been affected by the storm damage left in the wake of Sandy.
The BBC's Laura Trevelyan reports from a Manhattan waking to "post-apocalyptic" scenes after the city was hit by storm Sandy.
Businesses and services resume on East Coast
Residents begin to assess the damage
The US eastern seaboard is closed for business
Maps and images showing the damage
A look at how to cope when the lights go out.
See the damage wrought by super storm Sandy
The presidential candidates choose very different tacks
Romney keeps going as Sandy roars in
People share their experiences anticipating the storm
Hurricane "crisis maps" launched
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