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New York Braces for Chaotic Commute Monday Morning Following Hurricane

Many subway lines are still partly or fully suspended after Hurricane Sandy.

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More Long Lines at the Pump, But Help is Coming, Governor Says

Gas lines continued to stretch for blocks on Sunday.

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Where to Find Food, Water and Heat in New York City

The city has opened new warming centers as the temperature plunges.

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Gas Relief Gushing into New York, Cuomo Says

Officials said NY Harbor has been partially opened, allowing tankers bearing fuel back into the area.

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Most of Manhattan Should Have Power by Midnight, Mayor Says

About 460,000 ConEd customers were still without power as of Friday afternoon.

Jackson Heights »

7 Train Service Resumes in Queens

The MTA is also close to restoring service on the 4/5 and F lines in Lower Manhattan.

New York City »

FEMA Delivering 1 Million Meals, Water to Residents Stranded in Buildings

Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced supplies would be headed to the city's stranded residents.

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Partial Subway Service Resumes Tomorrow, LIRR and Metro-North Today

The MTA will restore limited subway lines after Hurricane Sandy and will suspend fares through Friday.

Financial District »

9/11 Victims Remembered at Somber Anniversary Ceremony Downtown

A smaller crowd than in years past gathered as family members read names of the nearly 3,000 victims.

Financial District »

INTERACTIVE: What's Opening When at the World Trade Center

Over the year progress was made on some of the World Trade Center towers while others languished.

Midtown »

Anti-Fracking Demonstrators Protest Gov. Cuomo During Midtown Speech

Protesters want Gov. Andrew Cuomo to ban a controversial practice used to collect natural gas.

Chinatown »

New Chinatown Bus Rules Signed Into Law

Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a law regulating the intercity buses that stop in Chinatown.

New York City »

Severe Thunderstorm Blows Through New York City

Winds gusted up to 54 miles per hour during the storm.

Williamsburg »

City's Top Chefs Use Food to Protest Hydrofracking

The city's top chefs are cooking with ingredients from the Marcellus region of New York.