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There is a strange cacophony outside the offices of i in Manhattan today. Beyond the whistling of the -10 degree wind through the ill-fitting windows, there is the non-stop beep-beep of countless construction vehicles warning Times Square pedestrians to watch out.

Lost in the flood: superstorm Sandy's impact on lower Manhattan

New York flights from UK return to normal

UK airlines were able to offer near-normal services to storm-lashed New York today.

Mitt Romney: Careful to balance campaigning with concern for the storm damage

Romney calls for aid for storm victims as campaign resumes

Mitt Romney tried to carefully strike a balance between acknowledging the suffering caused by Hurricane Sandy and the imperative of pressing ahead with his bid for the White House as he returned to the campaign trail here Wednesday morning.

A screen shot of the dolphin that was found stranded on the shore in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy

Dolphin stranded in New Jersey after hurricane

A dolphin has been washed ashore by storm Sandy which made landfall near Atlantic City, New Jersey on Monday evening. The dolphin could be seen squirming on Point Pleasant Beach. Animal rescue officials were called.

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Unit 1 of Nine Mile Point Nuclear Station, a 621-megawatt reactor near Oswego, N.Y., was automatically shut down when a lightning pole was blown over into electrical components during Hurricane Sandy.

Hurricane Sandy: Nuclear reactors shut down

Three nuclear power reactors were shut down because of electricity issues during Hurricane Sandy, while a fourth plant, Oyster Creek in New Jersey, remains in "alert" mode because of high water levels in its water intake structure, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission said Tuesday.

A homeowner surveys the wreckage of burned out homes in Breezy Point, New York

Superstorm Sandy: A shaken nation prepares to rebuild

After the storm, America must deal with the devastation

Barack Obama returned to the White House to co-ordinate the federal response to Sandy

Devastation sees election machines grind to halt

But Romney prepares for risky return to the campaign trail today with rally in Florida

French GP in line for return in 2013, says Ecclestone

Bernie Ecclestone has said the French Grand Prix could return as early as next year. France last held a race in 2008, but a lack of money and a failure to improve Magny Cours saw it fall by the wayside.

New Jersey is looking to host the Grand Prix of America

Grand Prix of America postponed until 2014

Grand Prix of America promoter Leo Hindery Jnr is adamant he remains “100 per cent committed” to the project despite confirming a postponement of the race until 2014.

The Rolling Stones confirm new tour dates

The Rolling Stones today confirmed their first live shows for five years with four gigs, including two nights in London.

Ann Romney meets the press on the campaign flight to Tampa: she also gave them biscuits

Ann Romney gets to work… with home-baked cookies

Republicans hope wife can 'humanise' their candidate as she reveals his softer side

New Jersey child agency in spotlight after mother decapitates two-year-old son and fatally stabs herself in the neck

New Jersey's child-welfare agency, long under federal oversight for high-profile lapses, said it will review its role in the case of a mother who decapitated her 2-year-old son and killed herself just five months after regaining custody of the child.

At least 18 dead as US storms leave millions without power

Millions of people in a swath of states along the US East Coast and farther west went into a third sweltering day without power today after a round of summer storms that killed more than a dozen people.

Matthew Zadonia carries a stuffed animal from the My Little Pony cartoons at BronyCon

Fans (male and female) gather for My Little Pony convention

Over 4,000 fans of the cartoon My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic have gathered for a convention dedicated to the show - and specifically to its male fans.

The Uncoupling, By Meg Wolitzer

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Solved after 33 years? Case of first missing boy shown on milk carton

Man confesses to killing of six-year-old whose disappearance prompted long-running campaign

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