Homeland Security Secretary Visits Storm-Ravaged Staten Island
Description:U.S. Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano visited Staten Island on Sunday, telling residents and officials that progress has been made since Superstorm Sandy struck two weeks ago but much remains to be done.
Napolitano said 16,000 federal employees are working on the Sandy aftermath in New York and New Jersey.
Housing is the biggest priority, she said. Houses that can be repaired fairly quickly must be identified so residents can get in and begin cleaning up, she said.(2:55)