It is one week until Election Day, and the impact of "Superstorm" Sandy could wreak havoc on the this neck and neck presidential race. New Jersey Governor Chris Christie praised President Barack Obama for acting quickly on storm relief.
"I have to say the administration, the President himself and FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate have been outstanding with us so far. We have a great partnership with them, and I want to thank the President personally for his personal attention to this, " said Gov. Christie.
Can Christie comments impact this already tight race?
OutFront tonight: CNN Contributors John Avlon, Reihan Salam, and Democratic Strategist Mo Elleithee. FULL POST
A 250,000 pound crane damaged by "Superstorm" Sandy, continues to dangle 90 stories above midtown Manhattan. CNN's Alino Cho reports.
Erin Burnett also talked to the president of the largest crane company in America, Frank Bardonaro about next steps with the damaged crane.
CNN's Martin Savidge reports from West Virginia on state being buried under as much as three feet of snow due to "Superstorm" Sandy.
"Superstorm" Sandy has left the New York City borough of Staten Island with at least six dead. The storm destroyed homes, tossed cars and was able to move an empty tanker ashore.
Staten Island's Republican Congressman Michael Grimm told WABC that the scene was "a Katrina situation all over again. People on roofs. People are Facebooking elected officials."
OutFront tonight: Congressman Michael Grimm (R-NY) who has been assessing the aftermath of Sandy on Staten Island.