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News and Everything:

The Romney campaign bought $5,000 worth of food for people to donate back to him at a phony hurricane rally in Ohio yesterday.

After two days of cancellations due to Hurricane Sandy, Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley said early voting will resume today.

The Walking Dead's Prison storyline will not be introducing two gay characters featured in the graphic novel.

Likely Maryland voters are evenly divided on whether to make uphold marriage equality after opposition has grown in recent weeks.

Minnesota is about the same.

Related: The Supreme Court could decide next month whether whether to consider lawsuits challenging California's Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act.

Pakistani police suspect two young boys are responsible for the attack on Malala Yousufzai.

Atlas Shrugged: Something Wicked This Way Shrugs plunged 85% on its third weekend out, and will likely disappear from theaters completely this weekend.

Now that Disney owns Lucasfilm, I hope they finally release The Star Wars Holiday Special.

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