Thursday, November 1, 2012

New york

  • Should the Race Be Run?

    As Mike Vaccaro writes in The New York Post, sports has to walk a delicate balance at times like this, knowing when people could use a hopeful distraction and when larger concerns should take precedence.

  • Officials Defend Decision Not to Cancel Marathon

    Mary Wittenberg, chief executive of New York Road Runners, defended the decision to put on the New York City Marathon as scheduled Sunday after some runners and politicians called for the race to be canceled in the wake of Hurricane Sandy.

  • New York's subways return to service for 1st time since superstorm Sandy

    NEW YORK The cleanup of miles of New Jersey shorefront ripped apart by Superstorm Sandy has just begun, but New York City moved closer to resuming its normal frenetic pace Thursday by getting back its vital subways. The storm-crippled trains began ...

  • Hurricane Sandy's New York City death toll climbs to 38 as city attempts to ...

    People stranded in Hoboken without power wait for the New York Waterways ferry on Nov. 1, 2012, while the blacked out Manhattan skyline looms in the background.

  • New York Revives by Patching Transportation System on Fly

    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo waived fares on subways, commuter trains and buses through tomorrow as automobile traffic ground to a halt in the largest U.S.

  • Hurricane Sandy: New York City Sea Barrier Could Have Stopped Surge ...

    All that was needed to prevent mass destruction from the storm surge in New York City was a sea barrier of the type that protects major cities in Europe, some scientists and engineers say.

  • New York Governor to ask federal government to cover Sandy storm costs

    NEW YORK/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - New York state on Wednesday asked the U.S. federal government to pay all the costs of cleaning up and repairing damage from massive storm Sandy that tore through the Northeast this week and crippled New York ...

  • LaGuardia Airport Reopens: New York City's 3 Major Airports All Opened Post ...

    New York's three major airports will be operating under reduced schedules on Thursday as flight services start returning to normal following Superstorm Sandy.

  • In Sandy's wake, debris chokes New York oil hub

    Two days after Sandy delivered a record blow, New York Harbor, the delivery point for the world's most actively traded gasoline and heating oil futures contracts, and a vital fuel source for the surrounding urban milieu, remained shut to commercial ...

  • New York Stock Exchange Reopens Smoothly, Reassuring Investors

    Global investors were eager to see how the United States indexes would react after two days without trading. With power failures, destruction and disruptions still gripping much of the Northeast, the reopening of the New York Stock Exchange served as a ...

  • New York struggles back 2 days after killer storm

    New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said the agency that runs New York City's subways, buses and commuter rails is waiving fares today and Friday to help ease recovery from the superstorm.

  • New York Times Front Page Details Romney's "Modulation" From Severe ...

    This front page New York Times article is a straight news piece, not something on the opinion page, which is what makes it so effective.

  • Former New York Yankee Pascual Perez killed in apparent home invasion ...

    (CBS/AP) SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic - Police in the Dominican Republic say former major league pitcher and New York Yankee Pascual Perez was killed in his home during an apparent robbery.

  • New York adjusts absentee vote deadline after Sandy

    (CNN) - New York, one of the states hit hardest by Superstorm Sandy, has extended the deadline for absentee ballots and applications not delivered or requested in person, the State Board of Elections said.

  • Hurricane Sandy Aftermath: Scattered reports of looting in areas of New York ...

    (CBS/AP) NEW YORK - At least 11 more people have been arrested in New York City for looting businesses in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, reports CBS New York. A total of 15 people have been arrested for looting in the Rockaways section of the borough ...

  • For New York's Subway, Sandy's Devastation May Be Just the Beginning

    After the drill, the MTA said that if New York City were hit with a storm stronger than Irene, they would likely need more men, plywood, and sandbags to keep the subway system dry.

  • Where To Find Internet, Phone Service In New York City After Hurricane Sandy

    Hurricane Sandy has brought mighty New York to its knees, knocking out electricity and Internet for hundreds of thousands in neighborhoods throughout the five boroughs.

  • New York News | NYC Breaking NewsThe Sandy 15? Superstorm comfort ...

    She is preparing to run in Sunday's New York Marathon and had been expecting to be eating protein and leafy greens this week, but it wasn't meant to be.

  • New York homeowners won't have to pay storm deductible

    STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- State officials have determined New York homeowners won't have to pay an insurance deductible in seeking compensation for damage caused by Monday's storm.

  • NY-NJ Port Opens for Gas Delivery Amid Shortages

    The limited opening of the Port of New York and New Jersey to allow for fuel deliveries is aimed at stemming the widespread shortages and massive lines at gas stations in the two states, and in Connecticut, said Sen. Charles Schumer, D-NY. The action ...

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