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Northeast Copes With Devastating Damage After Sandy

  • Aired: 10/31/2012
  • 11:01
  • Rating: E
Though foul weather cleared in the Northeast, the death toll rose to at least 63, people faced property destruction and suspension of transportation and millions still had no power. Judy Woodruff reports on Sandy's aftermath and Gwen Ifill talks to Warren Levinson of The Associated Press for more on the situation in New York.
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