One year after Superstorm Sandy, the job of cleaning up and rebuilding is far from finished. For one Staten Island family who lost their home, the natural disaster was followed by one that was man-made and full of red tape. To rebuild, the Camaradas need a low-interest loan from the government. But they can't get it until they purchase flood insurance, which they cannot afford. Gary Tuchman has their story.
New York Congressman Pete King weighed in on the Sandy relief effort one year later.
New York Republican Congressman Peter King takes aim at both parties after a possible budget deal collapses in the House. As the clock ticks down to the debt ceiling deadline, Rep. King tells Anderson he has never seen gridlock this bad in Washington. He unleashes his harshest criticism on Texas Senator Ted Cruz, who he called a "false prophet."
Rep. Peter King led a group of moderate Republicans pushing for a deal to continue funding the government with without defunding Obamacare. He needed 17 Republicans to defy their leadership, but came up short. Congressman King discussed what went wrong with Dana Bash.
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