Do you see that one part of the map there in the lower-right corner that's not like the rest of the map? If you were of political age in 2000, this mostly red-and-blue map looks frighteningly familiar, but fear not: even though the phrase "Florida is still too close to call" may send shudders down many people's spines, this time around it won't matter much.
Election Day is finally here, and unfortunately it's not a national holiday so you still have to go to work or pick the kids up from school or any number of routine activities that take up precious time you might need to get to your polling station.
This morning, much of the East Coast is picking up the pieces after the massive storm known as Hurricane Sandy swept through, leaving millions without power, causing untold economic damage, and killing at least 21 people. Flooding caused largely by enormous, unprecedented storm surges has crippled transportation routes and wreaked havoc on low-lying areas.
In case you missed it—and judging by the ratings, you probably did—the San Francisco Giants finished their World Series sweep of the Detroit Tigers on Sunday night. This year continued a trend in which fewer and fewer people are watching the World Series, especially if it's a four-game sweep
Frankenstorm—a nickname for the potential combination of current Category 1 Hurricane Sandy and other storm systems in the North Atlantic and over the continental United States—is almost here, and for much of the East Coast, that means it’s time to get ready for lots and lots of rain, wind, snow and general meteorological mayhem.
Tonight in Boca Raton, Florida, President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney sat down for their third and final debate before the upcoming election. Bob Schieffer of CBS News was the moderator. The debate's focus was foreign policy
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