Gas, Lawyers, and Wolves

Esther Zuckerman
Gas, Lawyers, and Wolves

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Top Stories: Long lines and fights at gas pumps where shortages threaten another hitch on the road to normalcy.

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World: Jimmy Savile avoided prosecution because "those who investigated the case felt that prosecutors were hesitant to confront a man who had spent decades building a cult of celebrity in Britain that few could match."

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Politics: Lawyers from both campaigns are set to go in and monitor polling places in case they see something that warrants legal action, it will be like a sort of "Spy vs. Spy."

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New York: The decision for nurses and home aides during Sandy: "go out in the storm or its aftermath, possibly risking their lives and ignoring conditions in their own homes, or make life possible for the patients depending on them."

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Business: The price tag of Sandy is estimated now to be $50 billion, over twice what was previously estimated.

Technology: During Sandy and it's aftermath public officials turned to social media in a "a greater degree than ever."

Science: A battle in Wisconsin over wolf-hunting.

Sports: As controversy rages on the New York City Marathon has "escalated into political fodder."

Opinion: Thomas K. McCraw on immigration and entrepreneurship.

Movies: Manohla Dargis on Robert Zemeckis' Flight, which features a harrowing plane crash scene and a performance from a "titanic" Denzel Washington.

Theater: Ben Brantley calls the revival of The Heiress "Masterpiece Theater on Broadway."