New York and the East Coast are still recovering from Hurricane Sandy, a superstorm that caused billions in damage, forced the closure of public transit systems and left milllions in the dark. Here's a snapshot of what happened in NYC and beyond and a look at the numbers behind the storm. - Deborah Creighton Skinner
A 13-foot surge of seawater - 3 feet above the previous record - gushed into lower Manhattan. In this image rising water, caused by Sandy, flooded an underground parking garage late Monday night.