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[Updated 1:40 a.m.] About 4.9 million customers remain without power in 15 states and the District of Columbia today, a CNN tally shows. That number dropped by about 600,000 in six hours. FULL POST
It’s Halloween, as if you and your wallet didn’t already know it. With all the candy, parties and fancy costuming for kids and adults alike - even cutting corners, rounding out the blue-tuxedo "Gangnam Style" outfit might have set you back a penny or two - Americans are expected to spend about $8 billion on the event.
Looking for a thrill, or some last-minute costume inspiration? We have you covered.
Superstorm Sandy will go down in history. But the storm itself isn’t “history” yet.
It may no longer be packing a punch, but it is getting some jabs in.
Wedding guests fired into the air in a celebration of the happy couple. Soon, 23 people were dead.
The shots at the event in Saudi Arabia struck an electrical pole, which then collapsed, sparking a fire, according to state media.
Superstorm Sandy has left millions without power and a trail of devastation in its wake. Watch CNN.com Live for all the latest developments on the storm.
Today's programming highlights...
Ongoing coverage - Sandy briefings and radar
9:35 am ET - Ryan in Wisconsin - GOP vice presidential candidate Rep. Paul Ryan resumes campaigning with a tour of his home state, starting with a stop in Eau Claire. He'll also speak in Green Bay at 12:45 pm ET and Racine at 3:45 pm ET.
A judge has said no to a motion that would have allowed victims of the Aurora theater shooting to look at sealed court documents.
James Holmes is accused of opening fire July 20 in Aurora during a midnight premiere of the latest Batman movie, "The Dark Knight Rises." The rampage left 12 people dead and 58 injured.
Victims were seeking access to court documents and 911 calls.
Releasing the information would "jeopardize defendant’s right to a fair trial," a judge in the case said Tuesday.
The Giants will be riding high in ticker tape today, when San Francisco welcomes home the 2012 World Series winners. The team's colors are orange and black, so it's fitting that it is Halloween.
Festivities kick off at 11 a.m. The parade will begin on Market Street and stretch to the Civic Center Plaza.
For the second time in three years, the Giants claimed Major League Baseball's top prize.
Completing their sweep of the Tigers took extra innings, but the Giants prevailed 4-3 Sunday night.
Hurricane Sandy knocks the New Jersey Transit Rail Operations Center seriously off track. The storm put the center at The Meadowlands - across from New York City - under 8 feet of water, shorting out the back-up power system and emergency generator.
Officials at the commuter railroad say it will be weeks before service resumes on the New Jersey Coast Line because of damage caused by the storm. Downed trees cover the tracks in many areas, ripping down power lines with them, while other sections of track are washed out.