Editor's Note:Â Superstorm Sandy smashed ashore last night, triggering floods, fires and devastation. At least 33 people are known to have died in the United States and one in Canada, adding to the stormâ€™s earlier toll of 67. Millions are without power. Floods have hit homes and the New York subway system. Here is theÂ full story and below is the latest news as we learn it.
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[Update 11:02 p.m.]Â Superstorm Sandy continues to weaken over Pennsylvania. It is some 50 miles east-northeast of Pittsburgh, according to an 11 p.m. advisory from the National Hurricane Center. The storm is expected to move northward into Canada on Wednesday.
Superstorm Sandy smashed into the U.S. East Coast on Monday night, triggering floods, fires and devastation. At least 29 people are known to have died in the United States and one in Canada, adding to the stormâ€™s earlier toll of 67 after it hit the Caribbean.
Millions were without power, and floods have hit homes and the New York subway system. Relief groups are working to make sure everyone affected by the storm is cared for, and you can help.
Police in Rustenberg, South Africa, clashed Tuesday with more than 1,000 striking miners who were barricading public roads near the Anglo American Platinum mine.
Police fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse the protesters, and sporadic scuffles continue, Capt. Dennis Adrio with the North West police told CNN.FULL STORY
Ford Motor reported earnings remained steady from a year ago as strong results at home helped balance out the soaring losses in Europe.
The company lost $468 million in Europe, bringing its losses there so far this year to just over $1 billion. Ford had already warned last week that it stood to lose than $1.5 billion in Europe this year.FULL STORY
A man wearing an Afghan police uniform shot and killed two soldiers with the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force in southern Afghanistan on Tuesday, ISAF spokeswoman Lt. Amy Hession told CNN.
Insider attacks by Afghan soldiers and police officers – or militants wearing uniforms – have been on the rise for months.
Superstorm Sandy has left millions without power and a trail of devastation in its wake.Â Watch CNN.com Live for all the latest developments on the storm.
Today's programming highlights...
Continuing coverage - Sandy tracker and briefings
9:00 am ET - Casey Anthony hearing - Casey Anthony's civil attorney will ask a judge to move the defamation trial against her out of Orange County, Florida.
Syria's government is waging "a war of extermination" against its own people, the prime minister of Qatar said Tuesday, according to state media. The comments came hours after a failed four-day ceasefire during a Muslim holiday left hundreds dead.
In strongly worded comments to the Al Jazeera Arabic network, Sheikh Hamad bin Jassem Al Thani also accused foreign powers of standing by while President Bashar al-Assad's forces carried out a slaughter.FULL STORY
Dozens of flights were canceled in and out of a northeastern Japanese city on Tuesday after construction workers came across an unexploded shell believed to be from World War II buried near a taxiway.
Airport authorities in Sendai said they had canceled all 92 flights, national and international, scheduled to use the airport Tuesday after the discovery of the shell late Monday under an unpaved area beside the taxiway.FULL STORY
Editor's Note: Â A true picture of Sandy's wrath won't be apparent until daylight Tuesday, but every passing hour is bringing fresh reports of damages from the destructive superstorm. The storm has already claimed 11 lives in the United States and left untold number in flooded homes and without power from South Carolina to Maine. Here is the full story.
Are you there?Â Send your stories and photos to CNN iReportÂ but stay safe.
Here are the latest developments:
[Update 12:14 a.m.] This is a sight you rarely see.
[Update 12:12 a.m.] The storm surge along with the high tide that resulted in historic waterÂ levels in western Long Island Sound has started to recede, the NationalÂ Weather Service said on Monday night. Â Water levels will continue to fallÂ below flood stage through the overnight hours, the weather service said.