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  • NEW YORK, Nov 2- A third day of ``panic buying'' of gasoline among Sandy-struck New York area motorists o n F riday prompted action from authorities, who waived shipping regulations even as pipelines and oil tankers resumed limited shipments.

  • *Traffic on Manhattan bridges, tunnels down 48 pct vs normal. NEW YORK, Nov 2- The lines of New York area motorists scrambling for gasoline lengthened on Friday, as a third day of ``panic buying'' intensified even as pipelines and oil tankers resumed limited shipments. Two New Jersey refineries were still shut, with reports of severe damage at one.

  • *Traffic on Manhattan bridges, tunnels down 48 pct vs normal. NEW YORK, Nov 2- The lines of New York area motorists scrambling for gasoline lengthened on Friday, as a third day of ``panic buying'' intensified and tempers flared even as pipelines and oil tankers resumed limited shipments. Two New Jersey refineries were still shut, with reports of severe damage at one.

  • Nov 2- More than 1.2 million homes and businesses in New York and 1.5 million in New Jersey were still without power on Friday, four days after Hurricane Sandy slammed into the U.S. East Coast, the states' power companies said.

  • NEW YORK, Nov 2- Looking for gas in places that have been hit hard by Sandy? Instead of waiting in line, go online. ``As soon as someone gives us a lead, they follow it and get there, and there's not always gas,'' says Michael Sandler, a lawyer who started the znjgas Twitter account earlier this year to monitor gas prices in his area.

  • NEW YORK, Nov 2- Looking for gas in places that have been hit hard by Sandy? Instead of waiting in line, go online. ``As soon as someone gives us a lead, they follow it and get there, and there's not always gas,'' says Michael Sandler, a lawyer who started the znjgas Twitter account earlier this year to monitor gas prices in his area.

  • NY official estimates Sandy's cost at $18B Friday, 2 Nov 2012 | 1:52 PM ET

    ALBANY, N.Y.-- New York's state comptroller says the cost of superstorm Sandy could exceed $18 billion in New York alone. Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli pegged the toll at $15 billion to $18 billion in public and private sector losses based on past storms, but that total could easily grow.

  • Nov 2- More than 1.3 million homes and businesses in New York and 1.4 million in New Jersey were still without power on Friday, four days after Hurricane Sandy slammed into the U.S. East Coast, the states' power companies said.

  • Cuomo: NY utilities will be held accountable Friday, 2 Nov 2012 | 11:10 AM ET

    NEW YORK-- New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has told utility companies that there could be fines and other consequences if the state believes they haven't been aggressive in dealing with storm-related power outages. Cuomo on Thursday released a letter he sent to the power companies.

  • NEW YORK, Nov 1- When the National Hurricane Center declared Sandy a ``post-tropical storm'' just before it made landfall, a lot of homeowners across New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and Maryland may have saved a lot of money.

  • NEW YORK, Nov 1- The governors of New York, New Jersey and other states have warned insurance companies not to charge hurricane deductibles costing tens of thousands of dollars to homeowners who file claims for damage from Sandy because the massive storm was labeled a ``post-tropical storm'' by the time it hit land.

  • NEW YORK, Nov 1- When the National Hurricane Center declared Sandy a ``post-tropical storm'' just before it made landfall, a lot of homeowners a c ross New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and Maryland may have saved a lot of money.

  • NEW YORK, Nov 1- The governors of New York, New Jersey and other U.S. states said on Wednesday that insurance companies should not charge hurricane deductibles that cost tens of thousands of dollars to state homeowners who file claims for damage from Sandy because it was labeled a ``post-tropical storm'' by the time it hit land.

  • NEW YORK, Nov 1- New Yorkers awoke to the rumble of subway trains for the first time in four days on Thursday and the death toll continued to rise from the former hurricane Sandy, one the biggest and most devastating storms ever to hit the United States.

  • *NYC could lose up to $1 billion total in economic activity. NEW YORK, Oct 31- The aftermath of super storm Sandy is costing New York City up to $200 million a day in permanently lost economic activity, including everything from the sale of pizza slices to corporate mergers and other Wall Street deals, the city's comptroller said on Wednesday.

  • *New Jersey Senators asked for more federal money. NEW YORK/ WASHINGTON, Oct 31- 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 City.

  • *JFK, LaGuardia and Newark airports are closed until further notice, according to the Port Authority. *US Airways Group Inc is not operating in New York, Washington, Philadelphia, Boston and several other Northeast airports on Tuesday. *American Airlines has flights scheduled into Richmond, Virginia, several Ohio airports, Pittsburgh and Boston on Tuesday.

  • New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said at a separate press conference that all bus fares would be suspended on Tuesday. New York City experienced 23 fires during the storm, with a severe one in Breezy Point, Queens, that burned more than 80 houses.

  • Putting Sandy in Perspective: AIrlines     Tuesday, 30 Oct 2012 | 2:15 PM ET

    The very latest on airline services, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau. Robert Crandall, former president and chairman of American Airlines, weighs in.

  • NEW YORK, Oct 29- New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said two key tunnels connecting Manhattan to New Jersey and Brooklyn would be closed later on Monday ahead of Hurricane Sandy. Cuomo said the Holland Tunnel, which opened in 1927 and remains one of the main connections between New Jersey and New York City, would close as a precaution at 2 p.m..

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