States Recovering From Superstorm Sandy

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Margot Adler, correspondent, NPR
Wade Goodwyn, correspondent, NPR
Ron Elving, Washington editor, NPR
Alan Sutton, co-owner, Tradewinds Tackle
Anne Marie Borrego, spokesperson, American Red Cross

Sandy has been downgraded to a post-tropical storm, and continues to move north and west. Heavy winds, rains and snow battered states from Maine to North Carolina to Ohio, millions of people are without power, and a record-breaking storm surge poured into Manhattan streets and subway tunnels.

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