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Man Who Killed Octopus For 'Art Project' Angers Divers

A man who captured a giant Pacific octopus off the shores of Seattle sparks international rage in the diving community.
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Long Lines Await N.J. Residents Needing Gas

Basic services like electricity are being restored to those hit hardest by superstorm Sandy. But some resources like gas are still hard to come by. NPR's Martin Kaste talks with weekends on All Things Considered host Guy Raz from the only working gas station in Bayonne, N.J.
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Race Canceled, Marathoners Run For Storm Relief

New York city Mayor Michael Bloomberg said today that 30,000 to 40,000 people are homeless in his city after the storm. He compared the scope to hurricane Katrina. On Sunday, many New Yorkers who had planned to watch or run in the cancelled New York city marathon instead looked for ways to help. The closest hard-hit area for many was Staten Island, connected to Manhattan by a Ferry.
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Gay Marriage, Marijuana And Taxes: States Decide

Voters will decide 174 ballot propositions across 37 states this election, and some of those decisions could change the day-to-day lives of average Americans more than who wins the presidency.
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Sandy's Effects Linger Nearly A Week After Storm

The fuel shortage that has hit the New York-New Jersey region is expected to continue for days. And many of the runners due to take part in the now-canceled New York Marathon are taking part in relief efforts.
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Potential Election Day Firsts: Races To Watch

Tuesday offers a smorgasbord of possible history-making opportunities across the nation — from New Hampshire, which could end up with the nation's first all-female congressional delegation, to Arizona, which could elect its first Hispanic U.S. senator.

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