Superstorm Sandy

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Storm before the calm

By Warren Cole Smith
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Money | Sandy was destructive, but the financial markets have not panicked

Feeding thousands

By Dick Peterson
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Compassion | Groups of volunteers show the love of Christ by tirelessly preparing meals for New Jerseyans affected by Superstorm Sandy

Is Superstorm Sandy a harbinger of the ‘new normal’ because of global warming?

By E. Calvin Beisner
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Science | Long before Superstorm Sandy subsided, a new storm arose—an opportunistic attempt to score political points out of a great tragedy, as some people rushed to…

Disaster-zone voting

By Emily Belz
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Compassion | Election Day in New Jersey requires ripping out floors and pumping out storm water at polling places

Sandy-sized government

By D.C. Innes
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Government | The scale of destruction and human devastation that Superstorm Sandy brought against the northeastern United States has left many citizens grateful for…

Feeding the hungry

By Emily Belz
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Compassion | In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, local churches do not forget those living in lower Manhattan’s housing projects

Signs and Wonders 11.05

By Warren Cole Smith
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Newsworthy | Brooklyn, Brooklyn, take me in. New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg canceled the New York City Marathon because it would be a strain on the city’s police…

This is what I do

By Taryn Clark
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Medicine | It’s 3 a.m. Thursday, two nights after Superstorm Sandy barreled into Manhattan, and I’m standing in the ornate elevator lobby of New York-Presbyterian…

Globe Trot 11.02

By Mindy Belz
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International | Political fallout for President Obama over the attack on the United States in Benghazi is only escalating—particularly after the father of slain CIA…

Unprecedented

By Emily Belz
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Weather | Superstorm Sandy leaves waves of destruction and weeks of cleanup

Loves like a hurricane

Loves like a hurricane

By Chelsea Kolz
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Faith & Inspiration | In July I sat on a New Jersey beach with my best friend Kayla, singing about hurricanes. The ukulele had a broken string, so it was just us and the waves:

My 24 hours with Sandy

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Weather | Monday started with Barbara calling to see if I had put away the lawn chairs and if I thought this was the first seal on the scroll. I answered affirmatively…

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