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Why do the worst storms have wimpiest names? If this is the road we're going down, perhaps one way to lighten the mood is to do an entire Hollywood makeover of the storm list.
New Orleans is showing off, and there are almost no signs of the devastation wrought by Katrina more than seven years ago. But the effort has not been easy, and the cost has not been cheap.
Localities across the New York region are confronting the prospect of an even bigger blow to their finances: a precipitous decline in property tax revenues.
A Shell oil drilling rig grounded off an Alaska island since a New Years Eve storm has suffered damage from waves and flooding but has spilled none of the 155,000 gallons of fuel and other oil products aboard, officials managing the incident said on Thursday.
One month after being clobbered by the largest storm ever recorded in the North Atlantic, it’s becoming a little clearer just how big an economic impact Superstorm Sandy is having.
"Futures Now" trader Anthony Grisanti looks at some key technical levels.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture reported Friday that after the worst drought in half a century, the corn and soybean crops are not quite as bad as feared. But damage has been done to the beef industry.
New York City drivers will wake up on Friday to the first widespread gas rationing since the fuel crisis of the 1970s, as the U.S. Northeast struggles to recover from the devastation of Superstorm Sandy and a subsequent snowstorm.
Utility crews worked to restore power to an additional 200,000 customers in the New York area after a nor'easter blasted the region that's still trying to recover from Super Storm Sandy.
Even as communities in New Jersey clamor for sand, scientists warn that rising seas will make maintaining artificial beaches too expensive or simply impossible. The New York Times reports.
The main New Jersey utility in suburban New York is shooting down a wave of rumors that union crews working for PSE&G are refusing to work with non-union contractors and workers from other states.
In addition to shutting down shipping terminals and submerging warehouses, the storm tangled up deliveries, just as retailers normally receive final shipments for the holiday shopping season.
Grocery stores were scrambling to keep shelves stocked four days after Super Storm Sandy hit the east coast, but their efforts were hampered by power outages, storm damage and a lack of fuel for trucks.
New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman launched an investigation into post-Sandy price gouging after receiving hundreds of complaints from consumers.
Power has been restored to nearly 80 percent of utility customers in the New York City area who were blacked out by Super Storm Sandy, but a nor’easter loomed and that could set back efforts to return to normal.
The U.S. election is - finally - almost upon us, and this strategist has a currency trade.
John Eichberger, a lobbyist who represents roughly 80 percent of the U.S.’s retail gas stations, complained such a mandate might not be worth it.
The Energy Department will release fuel from the northeast heating oil reserve to help in the Hurricane Sandy recovery efforts.
Amid mounting criticism, officials have canceled Sunday's New York City marathon.