daily dos: Hurricane Sandy pummels East Coast, Giants sweep the Tigers and Pitbull's new video

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daily dos: Hurricane Sandy pummels East Coast, Giants sweep the Tigers and Pitbull's new video

  • No one told Pitbull that summer is over: Mr. Worldwide parties with half-nalked ladies and full-naked ladies in his latest video, "Don't Stop The Party," featuring TJR.
  • An estimated 200,000 young immigrants have submitted deferred action applications since June, according to Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano: "I suspect that we may see a bulge of applications after the New Year when there’s either this administration or a new administration and when the policies are going to be become more clear."
  • The San Francisco Giants swept the Detroit Tigers four games to zero to become 2012 World Series Champions. Pablo "Kung Fu Panda" Sandoval, who hit three homeruns in game one, was named World Series MVP. And, of course, fans celebrated by starting fires and overturning cars.
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  • Thousands of New Yorkers are without power as Hurricane Sandy pummels the East Coast with rain and winds up to 90 mph. Flooding has already taken place in some areas, but it could get worse. Craig Fugate of FEMA: "First will be the coastal impact, then winds knocking out power, then heavy rain where we may get flash flooding but in some cases we may not get river flooding for several days." Hurricane Sandy
  • Magician Rich Ferguson gets into the Halloween spirit by scaring people on the streets of San Luis Obispo with his head drop illusion.
  • Meet Gilberto Valle, the NYPD officer who was arrested by the FBI for allegedly planning to cook 100 women and eat them. Law enforcement officials said that Valle kept detailed documents of his plans but had not yet acted out on them.
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