A 14-foot storm surge rushed into lower Manhattan, shorting out the ConEd power station and destroying cars and homes. As a result, the city's subway system will remain out of service for several more days as cleanup begins. NBC's Anne Thompson reports. (Nightly News)
Battery Park City has been the focal point of attention due to rising water levels. If water enters the streets of lower Manhattan, or into the subway system, it could have a major impact on New York City. Weather Channel meteorologist Jim Cantore reports. (Nightly News)
TODAY's Al Roker reports from Point Pleasant, N.J., where water is starting to come over the dunes as Hurricane Sandy strengthens. Due to the full moon, high tides are expected to add to the storm surge, which could rise to 11 feet. (TODAY)
Every longshot presidential candidate comes to Iowa hoping to catch lightning in a bottle. Most never come close, but GOP hopeful Rick Santorum hopes he can buck the odds. NBC's Chuck Todd reports.