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Will Superstorm Sandy impact Election Day?

Will Superstorm Sandy impact Election Day?

We still don't know how Election Day is supposed to work now for all the people affected by Superstorm Sandy.  Power outages and transportation issues could be a huge problem, come Tuesday Nov. 6.

Many East Coast polling places were heavily damaged and power problems could affect electronic voting machines.

Sandy won't stop New York City Marathon

Sandy won't stop New York City Marathon

Despite massive damage from Superstorm Sandy the ING New York City Marathon WILL go on this Sunday. 

The race usually takes some 47 thousand runners through New York's Five Boroughs but many may have to bow out, including some 20,000 runners who come from outside the U.S. to compete.  HLN sports Anchor, Carlos Diaz reports.

As seen on Morning Express: Wed., Oct. 31

As seen on Morning Express: Wed., Oct. 31

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Trick-or-treat forecast

Trick-or-treat forecast

Editor's note: CNN International meteorologist Pedram Javaheri is in studio today for Morning Express meteorologist Bob Van Dillen who is live in Hoboken, New Jersey covering the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.

Happy Halloween!

 1 graduation gown, 8 easy Halloween costumes

1 graduation gown, 8 easy Halloween costumes

Some people LOVE getting all dressed up for Halloween.  But not everybody. 

Some of us don't have the time, the desire or the creativity to go for the full face makeup.  And who wants to spend hours waiting in line at costume stores?

Happy Halloween from Morning Express

Happy Halloween from Morning Express

Can you tell who is who?  

It took a lot of trial and error but the Morning Express with Robin Meade team have been immortalized in fake pumpkin, just in time for Halloween.  

New Gov. Chris Christie said the level of devastation at the Jersey shore is "unthinkable."

Jersey damage: 'This is something I've never seen'

New Jersey was hit hard by Superstorm Sandy. Parts of the iconic boardwalk in Atlantic City are gone. Gov. Chris Christie said the level of devastation at the Jersey shore is "unthinkable."

At a news conference Tuesday morning, Christie said 2.4 million New Jersey households are without power. To understand the magnitude, the governor said that's twice the number of households impacted by Hurricane Irene last year. Right now, he said, the state is focusing on search and rescue and getting the power restored.

Sandy rips through East Coast

Sandy rips through East Coast

Water is pouring into neighborhoods and wind is ripping down trees as Superstorm Sandy slams the East Coast. 

People in 23 states are waking up Tuesday morning to high water or wind advisories.  And more than 7.5 million households are without power.  The storm has already killed at least 26 people in the U.S., including an 8-year-old boy.

Trainer Mike Granatelli works out with teacher Mary Ward "Wubbie" Hendrix.

Teacher's homework: Losing 60 pounds

Most of us probably have a few extra pounds we'd like to get rid of. Mary Ward "Wubbie" Hendrix of Atlanta, Georgia, is getting help with trying to lose her extra weight with the help of a personal trainer.

Wubbie's goal is to lose 60 pounds. She started working out with trainer Mike Granatelli about a year ago. 

WWE champ makes soldier a Wrestlemania VIP

WWE champ makes soldier a Wrestlemania VIP

Every week leading up to Veterans Day, HLN has been recognizing the dedication of American service members in our "Stories of Courage: The Give Back" series.

On Friday, Natasha Curry welcomed Staff Sgt. Clay Ragsdale onto the Morning Express set.  He served in the Georgia National Guard for seven years. In 2009, Staff Sgt. Ragsdale was injured by shrapnel in Afghanistan, while serving with the 48th Infantry Brigade Combat Team.  Now, he helps provide honors during military funerals at the Georgia National Guard's Joint Force Headquarters.

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