Hurricane Sandy - Full Coverage of a Frankenstorm
The 10th hurricane of the season, Hurricane Sandy is being called a Frankenstorm as it creeps up the East Coast. Take a look at our complete coverage of the storm and basic science explainers.
Lower Manhattan and other areas are dark or dimmer from above.
Satellite spots Sandy becoming a remnant low pressure system.
A Texas scientist has been where NYU researchers are today.
Flooding from Hurricane Sandy has not relieved the drought in the Central and Southern U.S.
This time-lapse imagery of the monster storm (Oct 21st to October 31st) tracks the storm from its formation to its weakening into a remnant low pressure area.
Meteorologist Todd Richards takes a crack at explaining the emotions behind seeing a storm like Sandy for the very first time.
Some see Sandy as an opportunity to act on climate change.
A robotic 'wave glider' rode out Hurricane Sandy at sea while monitoring the stormy weather.
Deaths of thousands of mice called "devastating."
Floodwaters contain toxic chemicals and urban waste in Hurricane Sandy's aftermath.
True to forecasts, the superstorm Sandy caused historic storm surges, flooding and power outages
Millions of East Coasters remain without electricity after Hurricane Sandy blew through, but cell phones still have service, albeit spotty in many areas. Here's why.
Hurricane Sandy may cause rat refugees to flood the streets of New York
A stunning new image from space shows Sandy, now a post-tropical cyclone, still churning over the eastern United States.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) took a drive down - as far as they could - into the tunnel that connects lower Manhattan to Brooklyn on October 30, 2012.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority has released this imagery of the South Ferry and Whitehall Street Stations in Lower Manhattan on October 30, 2012.
Ocean waves pounding the coast jiggle seismometers far inland.
Superstorm Sandy has taken out some 911 call centers, along with 25 percent of cell towers in affected areas.