When catastrophe strikes, who you gonna call? Turns out, there are teams of people across the country, ready and willing to head straight into the arms of the next destructive event.
The relief agency used trucks as news conference backdrops and wasted food, according to a ProPublica–NPR investigation. "They weren't interested in doing mass care; they were interested in the illusion of mass care," said one worker.
The feds are investigating whether Christie improperly used Sandy relief funds to produce tourism ads starring him and his family, according to a CNN exclusive.
7 months after the storm, the Red Cross still hasn't spent a third of the money raised.
Plus a super-advanced robotic bartending system, 6 miserably failed TV shows featuring puppets, and a haunting look at the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
"And it seems to me it's just on cruise control right now, no one's doing anything to stop it," Rep. Peter King says.
Christmastime in the New York City borough still recovering from October's Superstorm Sandy.
Michael Sciaraffo, from Belle Harbor, Queens, has been going house to house delivering toys, dressed as Santa Claus, to children affected by the hurricane that devastated the area.