Hurricane Sandy: Two Years Later

Dropping The Line, But Not The Ball

Many Americans have dropped their landlines — one of the most reliable forms of communication in a power outage. But NYC is getting ready.

'Much More Needs To Be Done'

New York City's subway system is still years away from being Sandy-proof, and residents are still susceptible to flooding.

An Economic Divide Deepens

Two years on, many low- and middle-income Sandy victims in New Jersey are still waiting to return home as their neighborhoods change.

More Vulnerable Than Ever Before

Superstorms like Sandy may feel like rare events, but climate scientists warn that these powerful storms are now the new norm. Are we ready?