ONE, TOO PUNCH. One Day Lefts, Too Close To Call.
One away from judgment day by the voters, President Obama and Governor Romney stress their differences on the economy, health care and much more while promising an eagerness to work across party lines and end Washington gagging gridlock. Ohio is their final focus. At the end of their tight race, the candidates narrow the field to the Buckeye state and a few other states.
STORM-RAVAGED NORTH-EASTERNERS. Want To Get Back To Routine and To Vote.
Just one week after Super-storm Sandy hit, little optimism that Maniac Monday's commute and Telling Tuesday's presidential election will proceed with little disruption. Meanwhile another storm, a north-easterner is now days away.
US SENATE CONTROL The Race in Maine.
Interesting development as Independent candidate Angus King continues to refuse to tell which party he would side with if he is to win and is elected to that state's Senate seat.
BOY MAULED AT PITTSBURGH ZOO. Child Falls Into Wolf Pit.
A 2-year-old boy dies after falling about 11 feet into an exhibit and getting attacked by African painted dogs, zoo officials say.
WHAT THE CHINESE SAY OF US ELECTION. Better Than Their Selection.
Some envy Americans as they draw parallels between U.S. vote and Beijing's imminent power transfer, which occurs every decade and has little female representation.