2:02 p.m. ET: Relief is in sight for increasingly angry victims of Sandy's rampage as a flotilla of ships and barges began unloading gasoline in an effort to reduce long lines of gas-desperate motorists.
"The issue of gasoline has created concern and anxiety and practical problems all throughout the region," New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said at a news conference today. "People can't get gas. It's slowed down the delivery of service, it's increased the stress level all across the region."
12:57 p.m. ET: FOUR DAYS FROM ELECTION DAY: Are 'True the Vote' volunteers intimidating voters? Watch ABC's Dan Harris' report for "Nightline":
11:55 a.m. ET: JOBS: In the final monthly jobs report before Election Day, the government today said the U.S. unemployment rate for October ticked up to 7.9 percent.
10: 19 a.m. ET: Sandy-ravaged Staten Island families struggle to pick up the pieces after fires and massive flooding. Some are consider leaving it all behind and moving. Watch "Nightline's" Cynthia McFadden's report: