Thousands Homeless as Temperatures Plunge in New York Region

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Schools, buses and subways are beginning to function again, but tens of thousands in New York and New Jersey are homeless or still without power — with winter storms predicted in just two days. The ravages of Superstorm Sandy continue as officials struggle to provide basic necessities and Washington promises to pay for temporary housing.  Andrew Grossman is based in New York for the Wall Street Journal.




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