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  • Markets to Open as Normal Tomorrow

    CNBC's "Closing Bell" team offers insight on the damage and debris after Sandy barreled through New York City last night.

  • President Obama: Govt. Will Do All It Can

    President Obama says the federal government will provide additional resources to restore power.

  • Storm Surge Estimates

    CNBC's Courtney Reagan offers insight on the damage from superstorm Sandy.

  • Oil Sinks, Gasoline Flat as Sandy Temporarily Dents Demand

    Atlantic City was pummeled by Hurricane Sandy on Monday, and the full damage to the Jersey Shore gambling capital is still being assessed. As New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie told reporters at a press conference Tuesday, the "level of devastation at the New Jersey Shore is unthinkable."

  • Superstorm Sandy: Impact on Energy

    CNBC's Sharon Epperson explains the process of shutting down and bringing a refinery back online. And John Hofmeister, fmr. president & CEO of U.S. operations at Shell Oil Co., offers insight on East Coast refineries in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy.

  • How the Fed Fought Sandy

    The offices of the Federal Reserve banks of New York and Philadelphia are nearly empty. But the staffs of the banks, as well as the Board of the Federal Reserve in New York, are working from home to keep the U.S. financial system flowing smoothly.

  • Sandy Won't Dent the Dollar: Pro

    The dollar's safe-haven status is just one factor that will keep it strong as Hurricane Sandy's floodwaters recede.

  • Fresh Video of Storm's Damage

    A look at the New York area's rescue efforts in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy, with the "Street Signs" team.

  • Insurance Damage Tally

    Blaise D'Antoni, Burns & Wilcox, offers insight on the damage post-Sandy.

  • Sandy Wreaks Havoc, Economic Impact Not Yet Clear

    When trading starts back up in New York, traders should have had time to assess how severe the damage was from Hurricane Sandy.

  • Sandy Won't Dent the Dollar: Pro

    “Going forward we are going to have to anticipate these types of extreme weather patterns,” New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said in a press conference Tuesday morning. “And we have to think about how we redesign the system so that this doesn’t happen again.”

  • Day After Massive Fire in Queens

    WNBC's Jonathan Vigliotti reports a huge fire broke out in the Rockaway Park neighborhood in Queens, NY.

  • Damage Extends Into Cleveland

    Superstorm Sandy was so large, it hit parts of Ohio. CNBC's Tyler Mathisen, Sue Herera & Scott Cohn have an update on the storm's aftermath.

  • Hurricane Sandy a Double-Whammy for Households

    Even those U.S. households which aren’t directly affected by Hurricane Sandy could face an unwelcome rise in their insurance premiums in the wake of this massive, drenching storm.

  • All Systems Go Tomorrow At NYSE: Pisani

    CNBC's Bob Pisani reports the NYSE and Nasdaq will be open for business as usual tomorrow. Also, a look at the aftermath in Atlantic City, with CNBC's Kayla Tausche. Meanwhile the FMHR crew discusses the impact on the casino industry.

  • Stock Market Remains Closed

    Nearly 8.5 million customers are without power following Sandy, with the FMHR traders. Dan Fulton, Weyerhaeuser president & CEO, also offers insight on the recovery efforts.

  • Insurers Brace for Damage from Sandy

    Discussing the impact on insurance companies, with Josh Stirling, Bernstein analyst.

  • Flood of Activity on Twitter, Facebook During Hurricane Sandy

    With the lights out smart phones are the only source of information for people left in the dark by Hurricane Sandy, which puts the spotlight on Twitter and Facebook.

  • Major Airlines Grounded & Travelers Stranded

    CNBC's Brian Shactman has the update on the super storm's damage, and a look at the latest travel conditions, with CNBC's Phil LeBeau.

  • Oil Companies to ‘Bounce Back’ After Sandy: BP CEO

    ‘Superstorm’ Sandy is set to inflict a negative hit on demand for crude oil as U.S. East Coast refineries come to a standstill, but BP’s Chief Executive Bob Dudley has told CNBC that oil firms are set to bounce back quickly.