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Pat Robertson’s Halloween advice: Scary movies will literally ‘haunt you’

Unlike in 2005 during Hurricane Katrina, television preacher and conservative commentator Pat Roberson has kept mum about Hurricane Sandy, but that doesn’t mean he’s not still taking on the most pressing and timely issues of the day on a regular basis. In a special segment ahead of Halloween this year, Robertson warned viewers…

Sandy unearths centuries-old skeleton in Connecticut

A homeless woman in Connecticut discovered a spooky remnant from superstorm Sandy’s landfall — a human skeleton, which surfaced after the storm uprooted a famous local tree. The skeleton was found in a 103-year-old tree known as the “Lincoln Oak” on the New Haven Green,WTNH-TV reported Tuesday. “I noticed what…

4-year-old weeps for ‘Bronco Bamma and Mitt Romney’ election to end

A 4-year-old Texas girl is so exhausted by the 2012 presidential election that it moved her to tears on Tuesday. Elizabeth Evans told KUSA that she had been driving to the grocery store and listening to election coverage on NPR with her daughter, Abigael, when the girl began to cry.…

Report: Gas leak causes 8 houses to explode in New Jersey

Dozens of smaller fires were burning out of control Wednesday morning in Mantoloking, New Jersey following a gas main rupture that reportedly blew up a number of houses. Authorities are not responding to the fire because the community is currently inaccessible by vehicle due to sand deposits on the road…

Audience laughs at Bachmann during Minnesota debate

Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) was loudly laughed at during her first debate with Democratic challenger Jim Graves. At the hour-long debate in St. Cloud, Minnesota, Graves slammed Bachmann for attacking President Barack Obama instead of providing any specific ideas on how keep Medicare and Social Security funded. “At the end…

Texas pastor beaten to death with electric guitar

Authorities in Texas are investigating why a suspect in Forest Hill allegedly crashed his car into a church, chased down the pastor and then beat him to death with an electric guitar. Members of the Greater Sweethome Missionary Baptist Church identified Derrick Birdow as the man who is accused of…

Rapid flooding forced overnight evacuation of NYU Med Center

The rapid rise of flood waters that overwhelmed emergency generators forced New York University (NYU)’s Langone Medical Center to evacuate some 260 patients overnight as New York City was being pounded by Hurricane Sandy. According to CNN, water began to pour into the basement, lower floors and elevator shafts of…

Trashed 168-foot tanker ship washes up on Staten Island

A 168-foot tanker ship washed up on Staten Island Monday night as high winds and floodwaters from Hurricane Sandy devastated most of the nation’s eastern seaboard. The John B. Caddell, built in 1941, was moored about a mile out to sea to protect it from being damaged near land, but…

MTA spokesperson: New York City subway flooding ‘affects every borough’

The New York City subway system sustained serious damage due to floodwaters from Hurricane Sandy, and a Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) spokesperson said Tuesday morning that seven vital subway tunnels under the East River are flooded, in a historic disaster that “affects every borough” in the city. “We’re in the…

Massive fire destroys 50 homes in submerged Queens neighborhood

A fire that broke out in Queens around 11 p.m. during the pounding rains and rising floodwaters of Hurricane Sandy ultimately destroyed 50 homes as nearly 200 fire fighters waded through submerged streets to rescue trapped New Yorkers. Video from the scene shows first responders in water up to their…

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