Team Rubicon pitch in at the hard-hit New York neighborhood of Far Rockaway.
"We always worry that they'll feel like, I'm going to be out on the street with my kids, so I'm just going to have to go back to him," says the director of a service agency.
More storm-rattled than ravaged, my hometown of Millburn, New Jersey is a pretty good example of what many NYC-area suburbs looked like the morning after Sandy.
Warning: Plates (and pop culture reference) outdated.
New York and New Jersey just can't catch a break. Still-recovering regions saw between three and thirteen inches of snow Wednesday.
The Ali Forney Center's main location was devastated when the storm hit New York City.
A fading crusade is finally working: "guerrilla volunteering" for Occupy Sandy.
Footage taken on 11/1/12. Set to George Gershwin's "Prelude For a Piano No. 1."
Let's come together to raise money to help the people who are still suffering and rebuilding in New York and New Jersey.
Rage boils over on the South Shore, where recovery isn't moving fast enough. "Where are you gonna go? Next door?"
New York like you've never seen it.
As they bring our servers back online post Sandy
"I don't think I'm going to make it."
Fuel is in short supply as lines stretch for blocks, from downtown Manhattan to New Jersey.
How #Sandy devastated contemporary art.
Downtown residents broke a locked trash container open outside of an East Village grocery store Thursday afternoon. And no, they're not all "freegans."
They're blowing up users' Facebook feeds, but red flags abound. The FTC warns to be cautious of overnight charities. Updated.
These Amazon orders aren't going to deliver themselves. To everyone out there working through this disaster, thank you.
The president and the New Jersey governor toured the absolutely devastated New Jersey seaboard from Marine One Wednesday.
A serene time lapse after a chaotic storm.
Coffins were forced from the ground by rising flood waters in Maryland.
"I hope the fact that I'm asking for criminal charges to be seriously considered will make him much less comfortable and much less smug," says Vallone
Please, no one buy these.
"No bureaucracy — no red tape."
Not sure if this is typical behavior for these folks, but it shows strong vision and good hustle.
The map, which visualizes the nation's wind patterns, dramatically shows the storm's movements up the East Coast.
With thousands without power, staying connected is getting difficult. Smartphones and tablets are the only news source many people have.
Homes were destroyed and lives were lost, but these people worried about something else.
He's a former hedge fund analyst, Republican political consultant, and deliberate spreader of false information.
Thank you! Last night across the Northeast, first responders were running toward the sounds of chaos, risking their lives to save ours.
When tons of people are posting photos of an event to Twitter and Instagram, it makes sense that the press would request to use some of those photos. It's a little funny to see, and also to see how confusing the ownership of the photos gets.
These are live images of the storm taken from the BuzzFeed datacenter at the Datagram facility in downtown Manhattan within the evacuation zone! The feed will update with a new photograph every minute. Follow along to see how the storm is progressing. (Images courtesy of Datagram.)
The ship was off the coast of Florida when the storm struck. For hours it was tossed violently enough to send furniture flying and shatter glass.
How to access Twitter, Facebook, e-mail, and search when all you can do is text. Some last-minute digital storm prep.
The partially collapsed crane is currently swinging from a building on W. 57th Street.
Hurricane Sandy is here. How many everlasting Crisco candles have you got on hand?
Take your mind off the destructive storm with some familiar faces who won't knock out your internet connection.
Don't share these images from storms past, or storms that never existed.
Print isn't dead! At least for these 13 people.
A local New Jersey man helped corral the deer to safety. A rogue wave most likely caught the animal unaware, knocking it off the rocky ledge.
Esther, 1961. Plus, the fascinatingly low-tech way we tracked storms before we had eyes in orbit.
Everyone seems very concerned with the status of the Apple store locations in New York, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C. Enough with the iBags jokes, people.
Fair warning: They have nothing to do with actual hurricanes.
Nothing gets people cooking like imminent doom. What's your #sandysnack?
Everything from "Dark and Stormy popsicles" to "straight outta the bottle."
This brave soul was carrying around a cardboard tube gun and a home made sign in New York City. This dude is out for vengeance. And this time, it's personal.
The New Jersey National Weather Service wants you to imagine your own demise. Whatever it takes to get people to evacuate.
"Don't worry about anybody getting out," in response to a question about protecting the inmates at Rikers Island.
Too soon? The internet waits for no storm.
In your face, Sandy!
No power, no plumbing, no problems!