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WTHR has compiled a directory for Sandy-related news and resources. We'll be adding to this list as the week goes on. If you come across a useful site, please post a link in the comments section below and we might add it to our story.

American Red Cross - The Red Cross is operating dozens of shelters in storm-struck areas. Click to see the latest, or to make a donation.

Humane Society of the United States - Pets need help when their humans can no longer care for them due to a disaster. Consider making an emergency donation today.

Not sure which charity to donate to? See Huffington Post's guide to giving. It's a quick read with some good advice.

Slide show of damage in New York City - Subway tunnels filled with water; underground parking garages flooded; eerie images of a city gone dark amid massive power outages. From Salon.com.

New York Times slide show - See more images from during and after Sandy.

NASA - See satellite images and other updates.

National Hurricane Center - Get official updates on weather warnings for the whole country.

Google crisis map of Sandy - See how the storm is impacting utilities in numerous states; get real-time updates.

FEMA - See what FEMA is doing in response to the storm.

Instacane - Hurricane Sandy as told through Instagram.

Jimmy Fallon sent his audience home Monday. See his intro here.

Fake Sandy photos - In this world of viral video, fact-checking is sometimes not at the front of the retweeter's mind. Take a look at some of the photos that fooled people.

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