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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.
Beth Skudin, right, hugs a neighbor outside her home that was flooded by Superstorm Sandy, Thursday, Nov 1, 2012, in Long Beach, N.Y. Skudin was rescued by jetski from the window of her home on the night of the storm. Three days after Sandy slammed the mid-Atlantic and the Northeast, New York and New Jersey struggled to get back on their feet, the U.S. death toll climbed to more than 80, and more than 4.6 million homes and businesses were still without power. (AP Photo/Kathy Kmonicek)