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New Yorkers play Slip 'n' Slide in Times Square early Sunday as Hurricane Irene made its way into the city.

Hurricane Irene barreled into New York City early Sunday after making its second landfall at Little Egg Inlet, New Jersey, near Atlantic City. Read more»

Hurricane Irene bears down on the East Coast around 1 p.m.

\Hurricane Irene rains began lashing the U.S. East Coast on Friday as residents from North Carolina to Massachusetts started evacuations and traffic chaos gripped routes heading away from the eastern seaboard. New York City announced plans to evacuate low-lying areas and shut down the public transit system. Read more»