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Jersey Shore Storm Survivors Face Uncertain Future

Some 100 evacuees from towns like Seaside Heights are now staying at a Red Cross shelter on the New Jersey mainland. They don't know where they will live, or what they will do, or what tomorrow will bring.
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Long Ballot Ties Up Florida Voters At The Polls

Lynn Neary talks with Greg Allen, who was covering Election Day in Florida.
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Northeast Braces For Another Storm With Wind, Rain

New York and New Jersey were still struggling with the effects of Hurricane Sandy as word came of a new storm about to hit the region. Officials began warning of possible new power outages and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he'll ask residents of some some low-lying areas to evacuate. For many people, the challenges of life after last week's storm are becoming a sort of routine: long lines for transit, long lines for gas, long commutes. But for those hardest hit, the paperwork storm shows no signs of abating.
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Colorado Shifting From Republican To Swing State

Lynn Neary talks with Jeff Brady, who was covering Election Day in Colorado.
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New Jersey Voters Face Election Troubles After Storm

Lynn Neary talks to Jim Zarroli, who was covering Election Day in New Jersey.
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Voters Have Myriad Of Options To Track Returns

After Americans vote, they have a myriad of choices for where to get the returns. We look at one old school and one new school way to get election results.
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After Driving On Sidewalk To Pass School Bus, Woman Must Wear 'Idiot' Sign

A bus driver had seen Shena Hardin of Cleveland pull her dangerous maneuver before. So he tipped off police and had his camera phone at the ready. Now, her license is suspended. She's been fined. And she has to stand at the scene of the crime with a sign telling the world that she's an idiot.
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Restaurant Meals Mean More Calories And Soda For Kids And Teens

Whether you pick up some fast food or eat at a full service restaurant, eating out means eating more calories and drinking more sugary soda. For kids and teens, that has a lot of implications, especially as the country faces an obesity crisis.

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