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Embattled New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is facing another scandal: The federal government is now investigating whether or not he misused funds meant for Hurricane Sandy relief by creating a tourism ad that prominently featured himself and his family in the middle of his reelection campaign. Wolf Blitzer talks to Rep. Frank Pallone, D-New Jersey, who says the money could have been used for homeowners and businesses hit by the superstorm.
Many are still rebuilding their town's infrastructure, businesses and lives one year after Sandy hit the Northeast.
Rep. Peter King details his meeting with Speaker Boehner, who said vote on Sandy aid is their first priority.
A Sandy victim in New Jersey finds his home bulldozed after it was damaged by the storm. CNN's Mary Snow reports.
Superstorm Sandy victims say they've been denied insurance. Should they be getting payouts? CNN's Deb Feyerick reports.
CNN's Mary Snow reports on some victims of Superstorm Sandy who are battling health problems a month after the storm.
CNN's Alina Cho talks to Lydia Callis about her boisterous signing and her newfound fame.
In an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer, iReporter Roshen Weliwatta compares Staten Island to Sri Lanka in 2004.