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Romney Relief

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On Another Planet

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Williams Takes on Limbaugh, Biden Goes on Letterman, and More

A look at the day’s political happenings, including Nate Silver’s case for why President Obama is the favorite in next week’s election, Richard Mourdock’s drop in the latest Indiana Senate poll and Dick Morris’ election prediction backtrack.

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UPDATE: New York City Marathon Canceled

The initial decision to go on with the event as scheduled did not sit well with some elected officials, first responders, runners and others.

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Hurricane Sandy Blows Away Political Pretense and Ideological Nonsense

When the superstorm destroyed swaths of the Northeast, darkened our largest city and plunged a huge section of the nation into crisis, the anti-government ideology of the tea party Republicans—and its panderers like Mitt Romney—was exposed for what it is.

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Even in Writing, Obama and Romney Ignore Climate Change

Even in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, neither President Obama nor Mitt Romney discussed the pressing issue of climate change in a pair of CNN op-eds the presidential candidates wrote, making one of their final pleas to voters before next week’s election.

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Was Sandy a Wake-Up Call?

We’ve had two once-in-a-century storms within the span of a decade. Will we finally get the message?

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A Republican’s Rare Chance to Be a Real Leader

New Jersey’s Republican Gov. Chris Christie is a potentially more important political figure than anyone running for the White House.

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Superstorm Christie

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Romney’s Plan for FEMA

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More Michele Bachmann Hypocrisy, the Latest Political Sex Scandal, and More

A look at the day’s political happenings, including New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg announces his endorsement and another GOP political candidate says something dumb about rape.

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Jon Stewart Praises Republican for Sandy Response as ‘Daily Show’ Returns

After a brief hiatus because of the superstorm that ripped through the East Coast this week, Jon Stewart returned to the airwaves Wednesday night and lavished praise on the government for its response to the disaster.

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GOP Campaign Manager Resigns After Fake Hurricane Sandy Tweets

Shashank Tripathi, the Twitter troll who went by the handle @ComfortablySmug and deliberately spread false information when the massive storm hit the East Coast on Monday, has apologized.

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Romney’s FEMA Flip-Flop, Brad Pitt’s Big Political Donation, and More

A look at the day’s political happenings, including Mike Huckabee’s scary new political ad and Chris Christie’s Halloween announcement.

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We Are Not Powerless to Confront Climate Change

Millions of victims of Superstorm Sandy remain without power, but they are not powerless to do something about climate change.

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Watch: Chris Matthews Rips Climate Change Deniers as ‘Pigs’

The MSNBC host had some harsh words for those who do not believe in global warming after the devastation and destruction caused by superstorm Sandy.

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Obama Visits New Jersey as Storm’s Death Toll Rises

A massive recovery and cleanup effort is under way on the East Coast as residents try to get their lives back to normal after the historic and devastating megastorm. Making things more difficult is the fact that nearly 6 million people in 15 states and Washington, D.C., remain without power.

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The Most Anti-Science Political Candidates of Election 2012

Although many seekers of elected office are mulling over the connection between climate change and the deadly and destructive superstorm Sandy, there are a few candidates in the U.S. who won’t be following suit.

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Clinton Mocks Romney, ‘Heckuva Job Brownie’ Knocks Obama, and More

A look at the day’s political happenings, including Mitt Romney’s latest campaign deception and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie offering praise for President Obama.

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White House/Pete Souza

Time to Play the Race Card—Again

Republicans are ending this campaign where they began four years ago, questioning the legitimacy of an elected black president with an odd (to us) name.

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Hurricane Sandy and Climate Change: What’s the Connection?

The damage caused by Hurricane Sandy is prompting people to ask exactly how the storm is related to climate change. Category 1 hurricanes are typical October fare, and Sandy’s collision with another storm is unusual, says Chris Mooney at Mother Jones.

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Amid the Storm, Bill McKibben Reflects on the City He Loves

The author and environmental activist fears for New York City because of the damage done by Hurricane Sandy to its subway system, which he describes as “the city’s very roots.”

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Atlantic Coast Wakes Up to the Nightmare

Hurricane Sandy ripped through the Eastern Seaboard on Monday, killing at least 33, leaving millions without power, destroying homes, causing rampant flooding, impacting air travel and bringing several major cities to a grinding halt.

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Sandy Teaches a Lesson

Back when he was being “severely conservative,” Mitt Romney suggested that responsibility for disaster relief should be taken from the big, bad federal government and given to the states, or perhaps even privatized. Hurricane Sandy would like to know if he’d care to reconsider.

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Mitt’s Anti-Gay Remarks, Romney’s Misleading Jeep Ad, and More

A look at the day’s political happenings, including how Hurricane Sandy could impact the presidential election and an endorsement from the creator of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer.”

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Anti-Gay Christian Leader Blames Homosexuality for Hurricane Sandy

John McTernan believes he knows what’s responsible for Hurricane Sandy, and it’s not climate science.

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Frankenstorm Election

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White House / Pete Souza

The Real Election 2012 October Surprise: Hurricane Sandy

With eight days to go until voters head to the polls to elect the next president, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are being forced to alter their campaign schedules because of Hurricane Sandy. The impact may be felt, however, beyond that.

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Hurricane Sandy Bears Down: What to Expect

Hurricane Sandy, the potentially “life-threatening” superstorm, is bearing down on the Eastern Seaboard. And while the eye of the storm is not expected to hit the mid-Atlantic coast until late Monday afternoon, many residents are already feeling the Category 1 storm’s impact.

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Hurricane Sandy Makes Its Way to Eastern Seaboard

The hurricane is expected to make landfall in the eastern United States late Monday or early Tuesday after already causing 41 deaths in the Bahamas and the Caribbean. New York, Virginia, Maryland and Washington, D.C., have declared states of emergency.

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‘Perfect Storm’ Threatens East Coast

Gale-force winds, drenching rain and a possible snowstorm: That’s what much of the East Coast will face next week if forecasts predicting the collision of a trio of weather events—Hurricane Sandy from the south, arctic air from the north and an early winter storm from the west—come true.

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