Having faced intense pressure from his fellows, House Speaker John Boehner set a vote this week on aid for hurricane Sandy recovery.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie blamed Speaker of the House John Boehner for failing to put to a vote an aid relief package for victims of devastating Hurricane Sandy.
Storm Sandy caused at least $29.4 billion damage in U.S. state of New Jersey, according to a preliminary analysis.
Though a million customers have regained electricity after the devastating storm, a freezing weather is coming while 2.5 million homes and businesses remain in the dark.
After hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast, the Republican nominee is far more supportive of the government agency in charge of coordinating disaster relief.
The Republican nominee refused to explain how he would handle the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), after a “storm relief” event in Ohio for Hurricane Sandy.
US authorities released orders over mass evacuations and airlines cancel transatlantic flights as the powerful hurricane bears down on the east coast.
A hurricane of enormous force Sandy expected to come ashore Monday night or Tuesday, predicted to halt, flood New York City subway system.
Hurricane Sandy is projected to hit New York, New Jersey and Washington DC, according to the disaster’s latest track updates on Thursday.