Sandy

A new study projects that New York City could see Sandy-level storms every five years.
The Housing Recovery Office is moving aggressively toward Mayor Bill de Blasio's goal of program completion by the end of 2016. The following deadlines, forced upon Sandy victims who have been waiting nearly four years for assistance, will be strictly enforced.
"Her classmates saw her leave class and turn as though she was heading to her apartment, which is about 18-19 blocks away
She's the one that they want. In regard to getting the roles, Hough said she's been "waiting [her] whole life to play Sandy
The Red Cross also detailed its impact in helping those affected by the disaster, saying it served 17.5 million meals and
Superstorm Sandy was among the worst natural disasters in American history, killing at least 117 people, according to records
Hurricane Sandy swept along the New Jersey coastline with a fury that left little in its wake. The storm devastated my hometown
Science has a long-standing black eye for what is called the "science to practice" gap: the extraordinary time delays in closing the gap between what we know and what we do. There is a still a prominent gap to be closed for disaster mental health care.
Although we can't prevent more powerful storms, we are far from powerless. We still have time to take action to limit the climate disruption that makes storms more severe. But let's be clear: That time is limited.
Two years after Sandy, few people in Manhattan are thinking about Sandy. If they are, it is like a bad dream, easily shaken off. But the nightmare continues for many in Staten Island, as I saw for myself on a recent rainy morning.
Can Long Island be saved? Three of the four planned meetings called for by Governor Cuomo on Long Island Resiliency and Clean Water Infrastructure have now been held.
New data released by the Census Bureau shows that even though the recession has ended, the city's poverty rate continues to increase, and the gap between the rich and poor is on the rise. Information and communication technology, however, offers signs of hope.
The planning for the impact of the next 100 year storm on the East Coast in the aftermath of Sandy took another giant step forward on April 3 with the unveiling of the final proposals of ten design teams.
Gov. Chris Christie's administration is again facing questions about how Sandy aid was distributed in New Jersey after it