Hurricane Sandy is a HUGE storm
Posted: Monday, October 29, 2012
Rescues under way in Delaware as Hurricane Sandy takes aim at New Jersey
People stranded in flooding after ignoring evacuation orders were being saved Monday morning as Hurricane Sandy took aim at the Mid-Atlantic coast, bringing some of the nation's busiest cities to a standstill.
Hurricane Sandy forces mass transit closure, evacuations
Transit officials in New York were carrying out a total shutdown of subway, bus and train service as Hurricane Sandy headed to the metropolitan region.
Stock Futures Drop; Cash Markets Closed Due to Storm
In Middle of a Messy Election, a Nightmare Makes Landfall
Travel Plans Thrown Into a Tailspin
Thousands of people were stranded Sunday as U.S. airlines canceled nearly 8,000 flights through Tuesday ahead of the two storm systems converging on the East Coast.
Bill Clinton sneaks in before storm to boost Murphy
On the eve of a hurricane-induced break in the political season, Bill Clinton gave Democrats a 30-minute pep talk Sunday, framing U.S. Rep. Chris Murphy's race for U.S. Senate as an election of national interest.
National Weather Service: Sandy A 'Very Dangerous Storm'
Hurricane Sandy is a HUGE storm, with a diameter of over 700 miles wide and a tropical storm wind field over 400 miles wide, meaning that it will impact a very large number of people for an extended period of time.