Hurricane Sandy is a powerful storm that will affect millions of people, President Obama warned today.
The storm, with sustained winds of 90 mph, is forecast to make landfall on the mid-Atlantic coast tonight or Tuesday morning and it could affect as many as 60 million people.
The U.S. Supreme Court has canceled its public session for Tuesday "due to weather conditions related to Hurricane Sandy."
The storm also could delay the release of the highly anticipated October jobs report set for this Friday.
Mitt Romney's campaign canceled his event in Wisconsin tonight "out of sensitivity for the millions of Americans in the path of Hurricane Sandy."
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