CNN's Comprehensive Coverage: Superstorm Sandy
October 26th, 2012
03:26 PM ET

CNN's Comprehensive Coverage: Superstorm Sandy

Tens of millions of people were hunkered down Monday morning, bracing for howling winds, torrential downpours and storm surges that authorities warned could bring devastation unlike anything they've seen.

Superstorm Sandy could affect as many as 60 million people.

"This is the most catastrophic event that we have faced and been able to plan for in any of our lifetimes," Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy warned.

CNN's comprehensive coverage of Hurricane Sandy includes CNN's Weather Team in studio from Atlanta, as well as correspondents on location in New York, New Jersey, Washington, D.C., Maryland and North Carolina.

Chad Myers @chadmyerscnn

Rob Marciano @robmarcianocnn

Anderson Cooper @andersoncooper

Soledad O'Brien @soledad_obrien

Erin Burnett @erinburnett

Ali Velshi @alivelshi

Carol Costello @carolcnn

John Berman @johnsberman

Ashleigh Banfield @cnnashleigh

Michael Holmes @holmescnn

Maggie Lake @maggielake

Ryan Smith @ryansmithtv

Mike Galanos

Bob Van Dillen @bobvandillen

Alison Kosik @alisonkosik

Jason Carroll @jasoncarrollcnn

Deb Feyerick @debfeyerickcnn

David Mattingly

Martin Savidge @martinsavidge

Brian Todd @briantoddcnn

Gary Tuchman @garytuchmancnn

Chris Lawrence @clawrencecnn

Athena Jones @athenacnn

Sandra Endo @sandraendocnn

George Howell @gkhcnn

Chris Welch @cwelchcnn

Ione Molinares  @IMolinaresCNN

María Santana  @MariaSantanaCNN

Rafael Fuenmayor @FuenmayorCNN


Topics: CNN • Sandy
CNN to Air Massachusetts Senate Debate, John King Moderates
October 26th, 2012
02:46 PM ET

CNN to Air Massachusetts Senate Debate, John King Moderates

Update 10.29.12 at 1:30 p.m. ET:

Due to CNN's comprehensive coverage of Hurricane Sandy, the network will continue with storm coverage during evening programming on Tuesday, Oct. 30. The network will not air America's Choice 2012: Massachusetts Senate Debate, the debate between Sen. Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren in the 7 p.m. ET hour. CNN will live stream the debate on CNN.com/Live.

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On Tuesday, Oct. 30 at 7 p.m. CNN will air America's Choice 2012: Massachusetts Senate Debate, the final debate between Sen. Scott Brown and Elizabeth Warren, one of the most closely watched races in the country. CNN chief national correspondent John King will moderate the one-hour debate in front of a live audience at the WGBH studios in Brighton, Mass. CNN will live stream the network’s TV coverage on CNN.com/Live and the debate will replay at 11 p.m.

King, a native of Dorchester, Mass., is an award-winning journalist whose career spans more than three decades, while reporting from all 50 states and from international locations. As the network’s lead campaign reporter for America’s Choice 2012, King provides the latest developments from the campaign trail and across the network’s programs and platforms. Using the “Magic Wall,” he visually connects the dots in politics by illustrating how voting habits have changed across election cycles and analyzing voting behavior. King moderated the first CNN debate of the 2012 Republican presidential primary season in New Hampshire and two additional debates in early 2012. In 2010, King moderated gubernatorial debates in Massachusetts and Florida

CNN Worldwide, a division of Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., a Time Warner Company, is the most trusted source for news and information. Its reach extends to nine cable and satellite television networks; one private place-based network; two radio networks; wireless devices around the world; CNN Digital Network, the No. 1 network of news Web sites in the United States; CNN Newsource, the world’s most extensively syndicated news service; and strategic international partnerships within both television and the digital media.
All times Eastern.

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