Sandy: Millions of residents along the east coast are still without power this morning as the remnants of Hurricane Sandy pounded the region last night. The New York Times and The Washington Post have dueling coverage of the storm. NPR reports that the storm could end up costing tens of billions of dollars in damage. U.S. trading at the New York Stock Exchange was shut down for a second consecutive day. No word on when trading will resume.
SCOTUS: Undeterred by Hurricane Sandy, The Supreme Court heard arguments in a case challenging the government's ability to intercept phone and email communications as part of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act. Our own Mike Scarcella reports.
Maps: An Apple executive was asked to leave the company after an internal fight over the preparedness of its mobile maps app. The Wall Street Journal has the scoop.