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After Sandy, a Major Above-Ground Rat Invasion May Be Next for New York

If you've spent time in New York City, you've seen your share of rats. The most common place to spot the unpopular rodents is in the city's subways. Thanks to Hurricane Sandy, many of the subway tunnels are currently flooded, leaving the rats nowhere to go but up.

And according to experts, they will have no problem doing so.

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Are You Voting Early in This Year’s Election? — Survey of the Day

Over the last few electoral cycles, we've heard more and more about early voting. And we should be: the voting option is becoming more and more popular, reaching new levels of participation this year.

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Monday Night Football: San Francisco 49ers Rout Arizona Cardinals, 24-3

Alex Smith completed 18 of 19 pass attempts for 232 yards and three touchdowns, and the San Francisco 49ers beat the Arizona Cardinals, 24-3, in Arizona on Monday night.

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Hurricane Sandy Spinning Toward East Coast

New York, New Jersey and other coastal states announced evacuations of citizens living in low-lying coastal areas on Sunday, as Hurricane Sandy and an accompanying storm surge threatened the East Coast of the United States.

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FDA Investigating Possible Link Between Monster Energy Drink and Five Deaths
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FDA Investigates Possible Link Between Monster Energy Drink and Five Deaths

Today, highly caffeinated drinks are more popular than ever, especially among teens. But one leading energy drink, Monster, is currently under investigation by the Food and Drug Administration for a possible link to five deaths.

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President Obama Signs The Middle-Class Tax Cut Bill
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Your Taxes Will Almost Certainly Go Up in January, and Congress Won’t Stop It — Dollars and Sense

Regardless of who wins the presidential election, starting January 2013 some 163 million workers across the United States will be slapped with a significant tax increase.

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Barack Obama And Mitt Romney Participate In Second Presidential Debate
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Obama vs. Romney, Round 3: Highlights From the Final Presidential Debate

Tonight in Boca Raton, Florida, President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney sat down for their third and final debate before the upcoming election. Bob Schieffer of CBS News was the moderator. The debate's focus was foreign policy

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FBI Foils Plot to Bomb Federal Reserve Building in New York

A man drove from Long Island, New York, into Lower Manhattan earlier today in a van he thought was filled with explosives. He parked the van close to the Federal Reserve building, just a few blocks from the World Trade Center, and planned to detonate it using a cell phone from a nearby hotel.

The explosives, however, were fake.

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Obama And Romney Square Off In First Presidential Debate In Denver
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Obama vs. Romney, Round 2 — Highlights From the Town-Hall Presidential Debate

The second presidential debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney got started just after 9 o'clock from the campus of Hofstra University in Hempstead, New York. The town-hall-style debate, with an audience of uncommitted voters selected by Gallup, was moderated by CNN's Candy Crowley

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Monday Night Football: Peyton Manning Rallies Broncos Over Chargers, 35-24

Peyton Manning threw three second-half touchdown passes as the Denver Broncos rallied from a 24-point halftime deficit to beat the San Diego Chargers, 35-24, in San Diego on Monday night.

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