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Bloomberg facing backlash over NYC Marathon
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is criticized for proceeding with the New York City Marathon despite the toll on citizens still reeling from superstorm Sandy.
A passenger is turned away from an overcrowded bus intended to help ferry commuters as subway systems below 34th Street remain offline due to Superstorm Sandy, Friday, Nov. 2, 2012, in New York. In Manhattan, where 226,000 buildings, homes and business remain without power, Consolidated Edison says they should have service restored by Saturday. (AP Photo/ John Minchillo)