Fmr. FEMA Dir. James Lee Witt tells Soledad on "Starting Point" that "people need to be patient because of all the damages and getting power back on" after superstorm Sandy.
Fmr. N.Y. Gov. George Pataki responds to degree of damage from superstorm Sandy: "This is gonna be in the billions."
FEMA Dir. Craig Fugate says the agency is offering direct response and financial support to state and local governments, but residents should stay inside to allow clean up crews to work.
Gov. Jack Markell (D-Del.) details the damage experienced in his state as a result of superstorm Sandy.
U.S. Coast Guard Rear Admiral Robert Parker on the search and rescue efforts in New York City after superstorm Sandy.
Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter details how his city fared during superstorm Sandy.
Rep. Peter King (R-NY) details the damage and flooding to Long Island after superstorm Sandy.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie describes the damage that Hurricane Sandy caused to his state.
Newark Mayor Cory Booker is confident that New Jersey will ensure that people are able to vote after Hurricane Sandy.
This morning on "Early Start," Bergen County Police's Jeanne Baratta reports on a possible levee breach in the Bergen County area, affecting Moonachie, Little Ferry and Carlstadt.
She tells Soledad says it's not clear if it's a dam or levee breach near Moonachie but 'something was compromised.' She adds that possibly 1,000 people will require rescue due to levee break and they're rescuing people from the roofs of their homes.