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Tuesday, October 30, 2012 Last Update: 2:58 PM ET

A DAUNTING RECOVERY

Power Failures and Transportation Systems Crippled by Storm May Take Days to Repair

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A team from the police and fire departments rescued a family on Staten Island.

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Graphic: Assessing the Damage From the Storm

Track the latest updates on power failures, flooding and transportation disruptions.

Graphic: Assessing Damage From Hurricane Sandy

More than six million utility customers lost power as Hurricane Sandy felled trees, downed power lines and flooded electrical substations.

Death Toll Rises From Wind and Flooding

The storm moved inland Tuesday after grinding life to a halt for millions of people in more than a half-dozen states, leaving behind the daunting task of cleaning up.

Vast Area, From Georgia to Maine, in Harm’s Way

The storm, though vastly weakened, was moving west, bringing rain and winds all the way to the Great Lakes.

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State-by-State Guide to the Storm

A state-by-state guide to the storm, with regular updates on evacuations, closings, power failures and flooding and wind damage from North Carolina to Rhode Island.

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Election 2012

Storm Pushes Aside Politics, Mostly

The presidential campaign entered a delicate phase on Tuesday, becoming a sideshow to the hurricane.

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The Swiss bank planned a restructuring of its investment banking division as the firm reported a $2.3 billion loss.

Bahrain Bans All Protests in New Crackdown

The interior minister said that opposition activists had abused the government’s tolerance for freedom of expression by allowing protests to turn violent.

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  • Financial markets in New York are closed due to the storm.

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