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Gamblers, residents return to Atlantic City
Nearly a week after superstorm Sandy, gamblers trickled back into Atlantic City, N.J., alongside people who live in neighborhoods that tourists rarely see.
This NOAA satellite image taken on Monday, Oct. 29, 2012, shows Hurricane Sandy off the mid-Atlantic coastline moving toward the north with maximum sustained winds of 90 mph. Sandy wheeled toward land as forecasters feared, raking cities along the Northeast corridor with rain and wind gusts, flooding shore towns, washing away a section of the Atlantic City boardwalk, and threatening to cripple Wall Street and New York's subway system with a huge surge of corrosive seawater. (AP Photo/NOAA)