Head Of Long Island Power Authority Out Of A Job

Head Of Long Island Power Authority Out Of A Job
Linemen work during blowing wind and rain to restore power to the area ahead of an incoming Nor'easter storm, Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2012, in Surf City, on Long Beach Island N.J. The Atlantic shoreline of New Jersey has been left vulnerable by the devastating Superstorm Sandy. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

A little more than two weeks after Hurricane Sandy, the head of the Long Island Power Authority is out of a job. ABC's Aaron Katersky tells us the utility is being sued, and the New York governor's office is investigating because some people still have no power.