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Paul Nicaj, who owns Battery Gardens Restaurant on the southern tip of Manhattan, says Superstorm Sandy will cost him a few hundred thousand dollars, including income from two weddings that may have to be cancelled this weekend. Ailsa Chang /NPR hide caption

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Manhattan Businesses Struggle Without Power

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A man walks through a former unofficial, or "black," jail in Beijing, in 2009. It's estimated that thousands of Chinese lodging protests against the government are illegally detained in secret sites such as this one, even though the government says they don't exist. Elizabeth Dalziel/AP hide caption

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For Complainers, A Stint In China's 'Black Jails'

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An emergency responder helps residents of Little Ferry, N.J., after their neighborhood was flooded due to Superstorm Sandy. Andrew Burton/Getty Images hide caption

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In Flooded New Jersey, No Oversight For Levees

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Classic tuna noodle casserole is an often maligned yet much beloved hot dish. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Tuna Noodle Casserole, A Hot Dish In Need Of An Update, Gets One

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U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown (right), D-Ohio, debates his Republican challenger, Ohio state Treasurer Josh Mandel, at the City Club in Cleveland on Oct. 15. Tony Dejak/AP hide caption

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In Key Senate Races, Outside Groups Outpace Candidates' Ad Spending

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A young Egyptian man grabs a woman crossing the street with her friends in Cairo. Vigilante groups are now taking to the streets and spray-painting the clothes of the harassers. Ahmed Abdelatif/AP hide caption

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Vigilantes Spray-Paint Sexual Harassers In Cairo

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Superstorm Sandy starting hitting New York on Monday. By Wednesday, life had returned to the Time Square theater district. John Lamparski/Getty Images hide caption

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Broadway To Sandy: The Show Is Back On

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