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Wednesday, October 31, 2012


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The 9 Most Anti-Science Candidates in America
These House and Senate candidates don't like that book learnin'.

Sandy Stimulus? Don't bet on it.
Prolonged city shutdowns will likely offset any hoped-for post-storm reconstruction boom. By Anne VanderMey, reporter The remains of scaffolding from above a Starbucks in lower Manhattan. FORTUNE…

At least 33 dead, millions without power in Sandy's aftermath
Wherever it hits, the behemoth storm plodding up the East Coast will afflict a third of the country with sheets of rain, high winds and heavy snow, say officials who warned millions in coastal areas to…
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Questions Cloud Market Reopening
U.S. stock markets were preparing to open in the wake of Sandy on Wednesday, ending a shutdown that left investors unable to trade for two days and sparked recriminations over whether Wall Street…
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Vicky Pollard @_vickypollard_ 30 Oct
Hurricane Sandy twitpic.com/b8sr6s
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ANDREW WK @AndrewWK 29 Oct
PARTY TIP: Nothing is permanent in this world, not our mistakes, fears, or troubles. We will stay strong and keep going!
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Downtown #manhattan hit very hard - pic of Whitehall subway station, Plaza shops #sandy mtainsider instagr.am/p/RaNzEZJHfp/
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Downtown Manhattan, Night Two pic.twitter.com/F2iJnWAS
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The new four-foot Hudson River outside my apartment in Hoboken: pic.twitter.com/hl9WivPm
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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Naperville murders: 2 kids stabbed to death | VIDEO
During a well-being check on Halloween eve, police discovered two children had been murdered at a Naperville townhouse in the 800-block of Quin Court.

Water main break disrupts traffic at Hollywood/Sheridan
Officials are urging drivers to stay clear of the intersection of Hollywood and Sheridan on the city's Far North Side.
Sandy leaves millions struggling to resume daily life | VIDEO
People in the coastal corridor battered by superstorm Sandy took the first cautious steps to reclaim routines upended by the disaster, even as rescuers combed neighborhoods strewn with debris and scarred by floods and fire.
Some East Coast flights taking off from O'Hare | VIDEO
Chicago's O'Hare International Airport was one of several across the country trying to get back to normal Wednesday after days of cancellations due to Hurricane Sandy.
Wells Street Bridge closes Monday for 1 year
A yearlong reconstruction project will shut down the Wells Street Bridge over the Chicago River.
Man, 31, to climb Willis Tower stairs with bionic leg
Zac Vawter considers himself a test pilot. After losing his right leg in a motorcycle accident, the 31-year-old software engineer signed up to become a research subject, helping to test a trailblazing prosthetic leg that's controlled by his thoughts.


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Help the victims of Hurricane Sandy Sandy has affected much of the eastern half of the country and the American Red Cross is sending help where it is needed.

Sandy leaves millions struggling to resume daily life
Some East Coast flights taking off from O'Hare
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JFK Airport, Newark Airport reopen; LaGuardia Airport flooded
Breezy Point fire in Queens burns down neighborhood

Watch Katie @ 3PM It's been an incredible couple of days in the Northeast. Hurricane Sandy has affected the entire Eastern seaboard, impacting about 60 million people, killing 51, and leaving at least 8 million without power.


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Friday, October 26, 2012

Friday's Daily Brief: 15 GOP Sen. Candidates Oppose Abortion For Rape Victims

Friday, October 26, 2012
Romney Still Surging? Polls Say No
Berlusconi Sentenced To 4 Years In Prison
Historic 'Frankenstorm' Looks Increasingly Ominous To U.S. Forecasters
U.S. Economy Picking Up Steam
Fey On Reproductive Rights: 'I'm Gonna Lose My Mind'
Mark Cuban: I Would Vote for Gov. Romney If He Were a Democrat
There is no greater opportunity than here in America. Let's invest in America. Let's create jobs. Now is the time to vote Democrat. Now is the time to vote for Romney.
Bob Cesca: Republicans Filibuster Everything, Romney Blames Obama for Not Working With Congress
I don't know whether to be brutally outraged about the latest Romney ad or to congratulate the Republicans on an outstanding execution of political obstruction and subsequent projection. For now, let's go with brutally outraged.
John Mellencamp: Good News! Ten Commandments Reduced Now to Only Nine
The entertainment business has been criminally assaulted by wrong-headed thinking that says we need to keep up with the Internet. No, search engines need to abide and adhere to the laws that have governed this country for over 200 years. It's a moral imperative. Thou shalt not steal.
Diana Nyad: Lance Plummets From Grace
It is not overstatement to say that Lance Armstrong's careening fall from grace has no rival in recent American history. Perhaps only Richard Nixon earns equal status of disgrace.
Sen. Bernie Sanders: Transforming Our Energy System: Making Progress, Much More Needs to Be Done
The fact is, over the last four years we have begun to transform our energy system, cut greenhouse gas emissions and create new jobs through energy innovation. But much more has to be done.