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Jersey Shore Rushes To Fix Defenses for New Storm

Posted: 11/07/2012 - The same places that were swamped by Sandy are getting lashed Wednesday night by high winds, rain, snow and an angry sea that threatens to flood the shoreline all over again.

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Harry Reid: We Plan to Be Conciliatory

Posted: 11/07/2012 - Congress is returning to Washington next week to work on unfinished business, including the "fiscal cliff." The debt ceiling is expected to be reached around the New Year and Reid says Republican's won't succeed at threatening to shut down the government to lift the debt ceiling."

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Sandy Coverage May Cause PTSD In Anxious Children

Posted: 11/07/2012 - The current media coverage on natural disasters like superstorm Sandy can show some devastating and frightening images, especially for young children. A new study shows that children who have anxiety may be more susceptible to developing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) just by watching disaster coverage on TV.

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100-Day-Old Panda Cub Needs A Name

Posted: 11/07/2012 - The newest giant panda cub at the San Diego Zoo is now 100 days old, which means it's time to name him.

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Obama Remains Behind Closed Doors As Results Come In

Updated: 11/06/2012 - Barack Obama makes a final campaign stop in Iowa, where his 2008 campaign took off. The President sat for satellite interviews with TV outlets in battleground states, spending most of Tuesday behind closed doors surrounded by friends and family.

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Romney Breaks With Tradition on Final Day

Updated: 11/06/2012 - Mitt Romney says tonight he's only prepared only a victory speech. The former Massachusetts governor added campaign stops in Ohio and Pennsylvania Tuesday.

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Tweeted Your Ballot? You May Have Broken The Law

Posted: 11/06/2012 - Most states expressly prohibit filming or photographing inside polling places, or disallow the sharing of one's own ballot. The rules vary widely from state to state, and so do the potential punishments -- but experts say actual prosecution is unlikely.

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CNN Projects GOP To Retain Control Of House

Posted: 11/06/2012 - Going into the election, Republicans control the House by 242-193. Though all 435 members faced voters on Tuesday, control of the chamber rested on some 50 to 60 races that were considered competitive, some of them because of redistricting.

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Republicans Projected to Retain Control of Congress

Updated: 11/06/2012 - Democrats needed to pick up 25 Republican seats to regain control. Most experts see between 50 and 60 races are key; two years after the tea party propelled historic midterm shift, few in GOP claim that mantle.

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CNN Projects Romney Wins 4 States, Obama Wins 1

Posted: 11/06/2012 - All races called so far went as expected after the roller-coaster ride of an election campaign that was buffeted by a superstorm and missteps on both sides.

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Voters Undeterred In Sandy-Affected N.Y.-N.J. Area

Updated: 11/06/2012 - In New York and New Jersey, Election Day turnout has been heavy, with many voters in areas damaged by Sandy expressing relief and even elation at being able to vote at all.

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Some Hard-Hit New York Areas Disappear From Outage Map

Updated: 11/06/2012 - LIPA's website the number of customers in Rockaway affected by power outages is listed as zero. There are about 193,000 customers in Nassau and Suffolk Counties still without power.

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Early Exit Poll: 60 Percent Say Economy Top Issue

Posted: 11/06/2012 - In CBS News/New York Times poll of likely voters taken shortly before the election, Mitt Romney had the edge over President Obama on the question of which candidate would do a better job handling the economy, 51 percent to 45 percent.

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A Memorial for Crazy Horse 64 Years In The Making ... So Far

Posted: 11/06/2012 - In the mountains of Black Hills, South Dakota, rests the Crazy Horse Memorial. It pays tribute to the Native American war hero with a sculpture that, at many times the size of nearby Mount Rushmore, will one day constitute the world's largest mountain carving.

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After Two Years, and Two Billion Dollars, It's Your Turn to Decide

Updated: 11/05/2012 - President Obama has spent the past 48 hours in seven states -- three time zones -- surrendering sleep and voice in pursuit of a second term. Mitt Romney is on a similar tour, working four swing states Monday to make up those paper-thin deficits.

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States Feature Various Propositions on Their Ballots Tuesday

Updated: 11/05/2012 - States will vote on nearly 180 ballot measures in 2012. Same-sex marriage, abortion, the death penalty and health care reform are up for a vote. Special interest groups and wealthy private donors invest heavily in ballot initiatives.

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Tomorrow's Tight Race Could Lead To an Unusual Result

Posted: 11/05/2012 - Mitt Romney and Barack Obama neck-and-neck in polls. Winning the popular vote doesn't guarantee the White House, and the winner of the most votes has actually lost four times before.

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