Ohioans are living under a political barrage in the maddening final days of the US election campaign.
While some areas of New York City are barely affected by the storm, no person has remained immune from the impact.
Could the Republican candidate's aggressive ads crash his chances in the final days of campaigning?
Despite the saturation coverage of the election and the candidates, some critical voters have yet to make up their mind.
Early voting allows flexibility and convenience for people who may not be able to get to the polls on election day.
Caught in the middle of Hurricane Sandy, our correspondent's thoughts turn to US poll and role of federal government.
As Mitt Romney's campaign focuses on gaining momentum ahead of election, Obama team appears to be obsessed over numbers.
Fernando Haddad's victory in mayoral race over opposition heavy hitter underscores ex-president's enduring popularity.
Hurricane Sandy is expected to meet with another storm and cold front from Canada, posing larger threat to US coast.
The presidential hopeful's moderate positions now are clearly different from those he pushed in the primaries.
Obama controlled the foreign policy debate but the issue doesn't matter to voters as much as jobs and the economy.