"East Coast Tries To Pick Up Pieces After Devastation Left by Irene"

"Brattleboro, Vermont -- The torment from Irene isn't over as parts of the Northeast grapple Monday with dangerous flood waters, widespread power outages and stranded residents. At least 21 deaths in nine states were blamed on Irene, which fizzled to a post-tropical cyclone and headed over eastern Canada on Monday. About 3 million customers were without power across the Northeast."

CNN had the story August 29, 2011.

SEE ALSO:

"New York City Gets Back To Business After Irene" (Reuters)

"Hurricane Irene's Remnants Bring Flood of Misery To New England" (Los Angeles Times)

"Cleanup Begins After Irene's Weekend of Destruction" (Washington Post)

"Flood Worries And Some Relief In Irene's Wake" (AP)

"Irene: Little Damage Seen in Many Places" (AP)

"Seeing Irene as Harbinger of a Change in Climate" (New York Times)

"Wading Into New York City’s Future" (Green/NYT)

"Factbox: Status of Nuclear Plants in Hurricane Irene's Path" (Reuters)

"Few Precedents to Help Predict Damage" (Wall St. Journal)

"Damage and Flooding Scar Atlantic Seaboard" (New York Times)

"Hurricane Irene Churns Up East Coast; Va. Boy, Md. Woman Killed in Storm" (Washington Post)

"Irene Adds to a Bad Year for Insurance Industry" (New York Times)

"Challenges in Predicting the Intensity of Storms" (New York Times)

"Does New York City Need Surge Protection?" (Dot Earth)

"Will New York Be Lulled by Moderate Hurricane Surge?" (Dot Earth)

"When is a Road Not a Road?" (Dot Earth)

"New York Wakes to Hurricane Irene" (New York Times)

"With Katrina in Mind, Obama Administration Says It’s Ready for Irene" (New York Times)

"Irene Poised to Strike a Nation Seemingly Content to Worry Less About Climate Change" (ClimateWire)

Source: CNN, 08/29/2011