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  • NEW YORK/ SEASIDE HEIGHTS, N.J., Nov 1- Rescuers searched flooded homes for survivors, drivers lined up for hours to get scarce gasoline and millions remained without power on Thursday as New York City and nearby towns struggled to recover from one of the biggest storms to hit the United States.

  • NEW YORK, Nov 1- The fuel supply crisis gripping the New York area deepened on Thursday as the city's iconic taxis started turning away business while drivers searched hours for a tank of gas, and there were growing signs that the worst of the crunch is not over.

  • *Bair renews backing for ideas like ending $1 per share. *Fund firms seek compromise for oversight of $2.5 trillion industry.

  • BOSTON, Nov 1- Massachusetts adopted new regulations on Thursday that it said will allow it to keep a closer eye on compounding pharmacies, a class of drug supplier linked to the U.S. meningitis outbreak that has so far killed 29 people.

  • Amtrak may restore service from NYC to Boston Thursday, 1 Nov 2012 | 7:26 PM ET

    WASHINGTON-- Amtrak may resume service between New York City and Boston on Friday if commuter rail tracks damaged by Superstorm Sandy are repaired in time, Joseph Boardman, the railroad's president, said late Thursday. The storm flooded two train tunnels under the Hudson River and four under the East River.

  • Nov 1- Disaster modeling company Eqecat now estimates that monster storm Sandy caused up to $20 billion in insured losses and $50 billion in economic losses in the United States, the company said on Thursday.

  • *Wall Street banks in lower Manhattan reliant on generators. NEW YORK, Nov 1- New York taxi and car service companies started pulling vehicles off the road on Thursday as the fuel crunch deepened, with the vast majority of storm-hit service stations in the greater New York area now out of gasoline or without power.

  • BOSTON, Nov 1- William Gross, co-chief investment officer of America's biggest bond mutual fund, said recent U.S. policies are not generating the kind of growth needed to kick-start the economy and may usher in ``disruptive financial markets'' in the future.

  • Ever since James Watson and Francis Crick discovered the structure of DNA in 1953, scientists have been puzzling over how genes make us who we are.

  • *Ameridose says FDA asked it to improve sterility testing. *FDA concerned about availability of several drugs. The Westborough, Massachusetts- based company, which was closed on Oct. 10, said it had not received any reports of adverse reactions to the products it is recalling but that the FDA has asked it to improve its sterility testing processes.

  • BOSTON, Oct 31- Some of Citigroup Inc's banking sites went down for about half an hour on Wednesday, making its online banking system temporarily inaccessible to customers, some of whom were housebound in the wake of giant storm Sandy.

  • ``Ameridose and FDA agree that the use of injectable products that are not sterile can represent a serious hazard to health,'' the company said in a statement, adding that it shipped its medications nationwide. Earlier this month the FDA said, ``The current production shutdown of Ameridose may impact supplies of certain drugs for some health care systems.''.

  • BOSTON, Oct 31- Some of Citigroup Inc's banking sites went down for about half an hour on Wednesday, making its online banking system temporarily inaccessible to customers, some of whom were housebound in the wake of giant storm Sandy.

  • Firm linked to US meningitis outbreak recalls all drugs Wednesday, 31 Oct 2012 | 5:20 PM ET

    BOSTON, Oct 31- Ameridose, the sister company to the U.S. pharmacy linked to a national outbreak of meningitis that has killed 28 people, on Wednesday announced it was recalling all its products, in a move to cooperate with U.S. and state regulators.

  • BOSTON, Oct 31- The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is considering setting up a ``Cyber Reserve'' of computer security experts who could be called upon in the event of a crippling cyber attack. ``The status quo is not acceptable,'' DHS Deputy Secretary Jane Holl Lute told Reuters in a recent interview. ``We are not standing around.

  • Most Expensive NBA Tickets Wednesday, 31 Oct 2012 | 4:37 PM ET

    Fans want to see certain NBA matchups very badly, and in some of these cases this has driven up prices for those games by 400 percent or more. Read ahead to see the 10 most expensive NBA tickets of the 2012-2013 season.

  • *Biogen hemophilia A drug effective in trial. BOSTON, Oct 31- Biogen Idec Inc said on Wednesday its experimental treatment for patients with hemophilia A, a disorder that inhibits coagulation of the blood, controlled bleeding with fewer treatments in a late-stage clinical trial. Glenn Pierce, Chief Medical Officer for Biogen's hemophilia program.

  • *Home Depot reopens 33 stores. At Home Depot, one of the biggest challenges during the height of the storm was constantly rerouting trucks filled with supplies as local officials ordered roads closed, said Doug Spiron, Emergency Response Captain at the No. 1 home improvement chain's command center. At the peak on Monday, 44 Home Depot stores were closed.

  • Northeast recovers from Hurricane Sandy, the following is a list of transportation service updates for New York, New Jersey and the District of Columbia:.

  • *Three major New York area airports still closed. *JFK, Newark to resume limited services Wednesday.