Anderson Cooper talks to former Federal Reserve adviser Paul Ballew about the devastation along the Jersey Shore and how long it could take to rebuild. It was home to the popular MTV show with the same name and many memories for New Jersey residents.
Brooke talks to meteorologist Chad Myers about the destruction Superstorm Sandy caused on the New Jersey shoreline. The Seaside Heights amusement park and pier were both damaged by the storm.
Superstorm Sandy left the barrier islands of New Jersey completely covered in water and at least 100 people stranded in their homes. Brooke speaks with Chad Myers about local rescue efforts.
Competition is stiff as President Obama and Mitt Romney duke it out for the Hawkeye state's six electoral votes. The battleground state that fueled Obama's 2008 win could be up for grabs. Brooke discusses the Iowan vote with Des Moines Register's News Director, Carol Hunter.
The swing state of Virginia has become crucial for picking up undecided voters in this year's election. A few thousand voters could decide the outcome of the U.S. Senate race between former Virginia Governors, Democrat Tim Kaine and Republican George Allen and possibly control of the senate. Brooke discusses the implications with WTVR reporter Bill Fitzgerald.
CNN's Suzanne Malveaux talks with presidential historian Douglas Brinkley about his recent interview with Pres.Obama
CNN's Suzanne Malveaux talks with Pakistani journalist Zubeida Mustafa about being the only woman in her newsroom.
WHDH Reporter Andy Hiller tells Brooke that a new poll indicates that the voter trend is moving toward Democrat Elizabeth Warren and away from incumbent Republican Scott Brown in the Massachusetts Senate race for Ted Kennedy's old seat.