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- SLIDESHOW: Hurricane Sandy brings wind, water Damaging winds and storm surges from Hurricane Sandy began affecting Massachusetts on Monday.
SOCIAL: While we were waiting for Hurricane Sandy
While Hurricane Sandy wasn't expected to arrive in the Northeast until late Monday night, she's been churning up the Internet since Sunday with a mix of news, jokes, memes and viral (sometimes fake) photos.
LIVE VIDEO: Hurricane Sandy approaches coast
Watch Livestream's 24/7 Sandycam feed as Hurricane Sandy approaches the coast.
VIDEO: Latest forecast for Hurricane Sandy
Winds and rain are picking up along the Mid-Atlantic coast as the sprawling Hurricane Sandy approaches.
Football-ticket tax break helps colleges get millions from fans
Theodore L. Jones has held season tickets on the 43-yard line at Tiger Stadium, home of the perennial football powerhouse Louisiana State University, for almost 20 years. Because of the Baton Rouge lawyer's lobbying in Congress in 1986, he and thousands of other fans get a tax break on donations they make as a condition for buying seats.
Should you friend your boss on Facebook?
So? Should you and your boss be friends on Facebook? The answer, of course, is not simple.
Nonvoters are trying to tell us something
There's one electoral bloc that both parties can vilify at their leisure: those U.S. citizens who refuse to vote.
'Frankenstorm' hybrid may be created as Sandy nears East Coast
Hurricane Sandy will probably grow into a "Frankenstorm" as it nears the Northeast early next week with wind and rain that may cause millions of dollars in damage anywhere from Washington to New York and Boston.
Swing-state suburbanites expected to shape election
With two weeks left, the outcome of the presidential election could hinge on a relatively small group of suburban voters in swing states.
Slate: Harvard study links youth aggression to soda
A Harvard study has linked soda to aggressive or violent behavior in teens.
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