Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning.
1. Tropical Storm Sandy to Become Hurricane
Tropical Storm Sandy is forecast to become a hurricane today, with winds reaching 65 miles per hour overnight. A hurricane warning is in effect for Jamaica and several Cuban provinces.
2. 59.2M Watched Third Presidential Debate
An estimated 59.2 million people tuned in to watch the final debate between President Obama and Governor Mitt Romney on Monday night. This number is down from the first debate, which an estimated 67.2 million viewers tuned in to watch.
3. Dow Has Lowest Close Since June
The Dow had its lowest close since June and its biggest drop for 2012 on Tuesday, sparked by disappointing earnings from several key corporations. Despite Wall Street's bad day, the Dow is still up 7 percent for the year.
4. State Investigating Pharmacy Linked to Meningitis
State officials investigating a pharmacy linked to a fatal national outbreak of meningitis said on Tuesday that they found poor sterilization practices and unclean conditions there. The outbreak has sickened 308 people across 17 states and killed 23 people.
5. Pet Pig Credited with Finding Missing Cat
One family's pet pig is being credited with tracking down a missing cat. Colby, a 1,000 pig who lives on a New Hampshire farm, went into the woods three days after several animals on the farm went missing after a fire and sniffed her way to one of the family's missing cats. The cat had been injured but is now back home.