Morning roundup

Top Stories: Tracking Sandy Recovery; Candidates Resume Stumping

Good morning, here are our early stories:

Slowly, Surely, New York And New Jersey Start To Recover From Sandy.

For Obama And Romney, It's Back To The Campaign Trail After Sandy.

And here are more early headlines:

Coast Guard On Fourth Day Of Search For Missing 'Bounty' Captain. (AP)

Chemical Fire Still Burning At Train Derailment Near Louisville, Ky. (Courier-Journal)

At Least 22 Dead From Fuel Truck Crash In Saudi Arabian Capital. (BBC)

China Proposes Phased-In Cease Fire To End Syrian Conflict. (Reuters)

Clinton Calls For Restructuring Of Syrian Rebel Leadership. (CNN)

North Korea's 'Hotel Of Doom' Might Open Next Year (25 Years Late). (Telegraph)

For Safety, Jerry Sandusky Moved To Prison Housing Death Row Inmates.(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Four Shot At USC Halloween Campus Party; Two Suspects Arrested. (Los Angeles Times)

Victim Survived Attack By Punching Shark In The Head, Riding Wave To Shore. (San Jose Mercury News)

Songwriter Billy Dees Dies, Co-Wrote Orbison Hit 'Pretty Woman'. (Reuters)

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