Sandy devastation forces officials to cancel one of the city's premier athletic events -- and many New Yorkers breathe a sigh of relief.
For New York's urban farms, Hurricane Sandy was more than a discouraging blow -- it was a reason to reevaluate what it means to grow food in a city limited by the realities of climate change.
While victims of Hurricane Sandy continue to suffer, the soulless oil companies that helped escalate the disaster are bringing in big bucks.
In the aftermath of Sandy, Newark Mayor Cory Booker is dispensing supplies, offering supportive words, and even letting folks crash at his house. Meet your new political crush.
In a New York no-power zone, food trucks are providing hot meals, free coffee, and charging stations.
The oceans may be rising faster than we expected.
No gas, a devastated island, and a furor over a long-planned marathon.
The New York mayor's endorsement was less a push for Obama's electoral victory than a shove to get climate back on the national agenda.
Hurricane Sandy hit low-income and working-class communities the hardest. Beachfront property is not just for the rich.
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