39 min ago | StamfordPlus.com
Stamford, CT - AmeriCares announced Monday evening that it's deploying an emergency response team to Oklahoma City to coordinate deliveries of relief supplies and medical aid for tornado survivors.
4 hrs ago | Political Wire
In the wake of the devastating tornado in Oklahoma, Sen. James Inhofe "rejected comparisons between federal aid for this disaster and the Hurricane Sandy relief package he voted against," the Washington Post reports.
4 hrs ago | Patch.com
Americans across the country are reacting with shock to the devastation caused by a 2-mile wide Tornado in Oklahoma .
4 hrs ago | Democracy Now
Beverly Allam , lives five miles from Moore, the Oklahoma City suburb destroyed by the tornado.
5 hrs ago | Eater
Coney Island institution Nathan's Famous is back in action. The original Surf Avenue location of the hot dog emporium has been shuttered since Hurricane Sandy caused severe damage to the space.
7 hrs ago | Hoboken411
Hurricane Sandy did more than knock out the power and flood basements in Hoboken.
10 hrs ago | NY1
More than six months after Hurricane Sandy, Mayor Michael Bloomberg will soon be delivering a major address to unveil his plans for how the city can prevent a repeat of the flooding and devastation in a future storm, and what the mayor is proposing may surprise you.
More than six months after Superstorm Sandy caused unprecedented damage to the Jersey Shore region, the beaches will be open for Memorial Day Weekend and the summer.
Hurricane Sandy will linger in the memories of Nazareth area residents for years to come.
Over the last three months, the Bernardsville Board of Education's desire to push through the proposed tree cutting and "regrading" project of the Bernardsville High School/Olcott pocket woodlands appears to have overshadowed their ability to perform the required due diligence.
For the first time since Cold War days, the United States and its allies have been threatened with nuclear attack.
Six months after the devastating storm caused widespread destruction in parts of New York and New Jersey, many people are living with high levels of mold growing in their homes and businesses.
This is the amount the world's ocean levels could rise by until the end of the century, according to a study published last week by a team of scientists from the European Ice2sea programme.
Seven months after Super Storm Sandy's winds ripped homes from their foundations, dunked rollercoasters into the Atlantic, and left scores facing a harrowing road to rebuilding, there's a fear the victims will be forgotten.
As you crest the last hill on Route 36 approaching the northernmost beaches in New Jersey, the sea comes into view.
Manhattan may see deaths from heat rise by as much as 20 percent in the 2020s and 90 percent by the 2080s in a worst-case scenario, a study found.
Seaside Heights mayor Bill Akers walks a reporter around the 400 block of Hiering Avenue.