President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney barnstormed their way across more than a half-dozen battleground states on Sunday, making closing arguments to a closely divided American electorate before Tuesday's vote.
As they cleaned up drenched debris, waited in hours-long lines for gas and coped with yet another day without power, the goal Saturday for millions in New York and New Jersey was simple -- to inch a few steps closer to normal.
Alexandria, Virginia (October 31, 2012) – As millions struggle without access to power and other basic services up and down the East Coast, The Salvation Army entered its fifth day of response for Hurricane Sandy.
How much will be spent on the 2012 federal elections?
A report released Wednesday says the total spending amount could top a record-breaking $6 billion, according to the nonpartisan Center for Responsive Politics.
With six days to go until the presidential election, new polls in arguably the three most important battleground states indicate President Barack Obama with a small advantage over Republican nominee Mitt Romney in Ohio, and the race basically d