America's Northeast Braces for New Storm in Wake of Sandy
With more than a million households still without power in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut brace for another storm: a nor'easter. Some 1.4 million households still have no electricity in the Northeast, and the weather is getting colder. In New York City, some 30,000 people are homeless and now a winter storm is on the way.
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