Superstorm Sandy

  Josh Lin, 21, looks for an New Jersey Transit commuter train as he stands alone on the platform Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012, in Princeton Junction, N.J. There still is no train service after Monday's storm surge from superstorm Sandy knocked out power, caused flooding and toppled trees. Planes were getting up to speed faster than trains and automobiles in the storm-stricken Northeast. The region's major airports were all open once New York's LaGuardia resumed flights Thursday morning. While there were additional canceled flights and the tri-state air space was still relatively empty, flying was closer to normalcy than moving by rail, subway or car. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
Josh Lin, 21, looks for an New Jersey Transit commuter train as he stands alone on the platform Thursday, Nov. 1, 2012, in Princeton Junction, N.J. There still is no train service after Monday's storm surge from superstorm Sandy knocked out power, caused flooding and toppled trees. Planes were getting up to speed faster than trains and automobiles in the storm-stricken Northeast. The region's major airports were all open once New York's LaGuardia resumed flights Thursday morning. While there were additional canceled flights and the tri-state air space was still relatively empty, flying was closer to normalcy than moving by rail, subway or car. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

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