Hurricane Sandy may have shut down most of New York, but it couldn't stop David Letterman and Jimmy Fallon. CBS' "The Late Show with David Letterman" and NBC's "Late Night with Jimmy Fallon" both produced original episodes without audiences on their New York-based shows Monday night.
As the East Coast recovers from Hurricane Sandy, libraries will be an important resource for displaced residents. Below, we've collected library openings and closings due to the storm. We will update as the day continues.
The rains have washed down and the winds have mostly subsided, and after 24 hours of #hurricanesandy chaos, the Internet has found itself one clear winner: New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and his party-sized penchant for goodwill.
During the storm last night, user @comfortablysmug was the source of a load of frightening but false information about conditions in New York City that spread wildly on Twitter and onto news broadcasts before ConEd, the MTA, and Wall Street sources had to take time out of the crisis situation to refute them.