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Election Day: Even once the polls close, gridlock and dysfunction could remain - Washington Post;

Election Day: Even once the polls close, gridlock and dysfunction could remain - Washington Post

Washington PostElection Day: Even once the polls close, gridlock and dysfunction could remainWashington PostThe divisive tone of this year's presidential campaign showed no sign of receding even as the race reached its end Tuesday, with onlookers booing Donald Trump as he entered his Manhattan polling place. While the incident was to be expected to some ...and more »

What states to watch tonight, when and why - Washington Post;

What states to watch tonight, when and why - Washington Post

Washington PostWhat states to watch tonight, when and whyWashington PostIf you are a Normal Person, you will probably watch election returns come in tonight but will probably not dive 14 layers deep into the turnout patterns in Pottawattamie County, Iowa. You'd like to have a sense of what to look for that extends a bit ...and more »

Donald Trump booed at polling booth, Hillary Clinton cheered as America decides - Brisbane Times;

Donald Trump booed at polling booth, Hillary Clinton cheered as America decides - Brisbane Times

Brisbane TimesDonald Trump booed at polling booth, Hillary Clinton cheered as America decidesBrisbane TimesEvery Monday to Friday I'll be delivering a personally-curated newsletter. Call it the double espresso of news – the morning news kickstart for busy people who want to know what they need to know before they get going.and more »

Could a Donald Trump win DESTROY the EU? Security and trade instability may devastate bloc - Express.co.uk;

Could a Donald Trump win DESTROY the EU? Security and trade instability may devastate bloc - Express.co.uk

Express.co.ukCould a Donald Trump win DESTROY the EU? Security and trade instability may devastate blocExpress.co.ukAN ELECTION victory for Donald Trump could destroy the EU by bringing political, military and economic chaos to the bloc. By Alice Foster. PUBLISHED: 17:38, Tue, Nov 8, 2016 | UPDATED: 18:00, Tue, Nov 8, 2016 ...and more »

Clinton, Trump Vote In Historic Election - ABC News;

Clinton, Trump Vote In Historic Election - ABC News

ABC NewsClinton, Trump Vote In Historic ElectionABC NewsThis historic race for president is now in the hands of voters across the country. 1:50 | 11/08/16. Share. Title. Description. Share From. Share With. Facebook. Tweet. </> Embed. Email. <br/><a href="http://abcnews.go.com/video">More ABC news videos</a ...and more »

Americans choose between Clinton and Trump after bitter campaign - Daily Mail

Americans choose between Clinton and Trump after bitter campaignDaily MailNEW YORK, Nov 8 (Reuters) - After a long and exceptionally negative campaign, Americans by the millions voted on Tuesday for their next president as opinion polls showed Democrat Hillary Clinton with a narrow lead over Republican Donald Trump.and more »

2016 Election: Americans Head to the Polls for Historic Vote Pitting Clinton and Trump - NBCNews.com;

2016 Election: Americans Head to the Polls for Historic Vote Pitting Clinton and Trump - NBCNews.com

NBCNews.com2016 Election: Americans Head to the Polls for Historic Vote Pitting Clinton and TrumpNBCNews.comFrom Fairbanks to Fort Lauderdale, from Hartford to Honolulu, millions of Americans headed to the polls Tuesday to choose their next president and bring to a close one of the most bitter and divisive elections in modern U.S. history. Some 90 million ...and more »

Trump and Clinton: Meet the young campaigners 'running on adrenaline' - BBC News;

Trump and Clinton: Meet the young campaigners 'running on adrenaline' - BBC News

BBC NewsTrump and Clinton: Meet the young campaigners 'running on adrenaline'BBC NewsHillary Clinton and Donald Trump's young supporters are making a final push for votes in the US presidential election. In Dallas, Texas, campaigners on both sides have been bashing phones to get people out to polling stations. This state typically ...and more »

Your cheat sheet to being an armchair pundit on election night - Los Angeles Times;

Your cheat sheet to being an armchair pundit on election night - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles TimesYour cheat sheet to being an armchair pundit on election nightLos Angeles TimesAmericans may say they're disgusted with this election and not particularly fond of either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump. But the numbers belie those sentiments: The nominees' debates set viewership records, perhaps a form of electoral rubbernecking ...and more »

The core question of the 2016 election is stupidly simple - Business Insider UK;

The core question of the 2016 election is stupidly simple - Business Insider UK

Business Insider UKThe core question of the 2016 election is stupidly simpleBusiness Insider UKDonald Trump Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump looks at a mask of himself as he speaks during a campaign rally in Sarasota, Florida. Reuters/Carlo Allegri. What is left to say? This election has been exhausting and it has made all of us ...and more »

Clinton and Trump vote in tight US election - Financial Times;

Clinton and Trump vote in tight US election - Financial Times

Financial TimesClinton and Trump vote in tight US electionFinancial TimesAmericans have started casting ballots for their next president and in crucial Senate and House races, with some early voting results and polls at the end of the bitter campaign pointing to a narrow lead for Democrat Hillary Clinton.and more »

US Election 2016 Live: polls and results for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton - The Sydney Morning Herald;

US Election 2016 Live: polls and results for Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton - The Sydney Morning Herald

The Sydney Morning HeraldUS Election 2016 Live: polls and results for Donald Trump and Hillary ClintonThe Sydney Morning HeraldDemocratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton votes in Chappaqua, New York, in hopes of becoming America's first woman president. Live updates. Sort posts by. Newest, Oldest. 3:50am. Trump's son broke law with ballot photo. Donald Trump's son Eric ...and more »

The 2016 Presidential Election Live Blog and Analysis - The New Yorker;

The 2016 Presidential Election Live Blog and Analysis - The New Yorker

The New YorkerThe 2016 Presidential Election Live Blog and AnalysisThe New YorkerAs the nation's voters cast their ballots, Ryan Lizza and Benjamin Wallace-Wells offer closing thoughts on the Presidential race and other issues to be decided in today's election. This post will be updated throughout the day. Jump to an update: • What ...and more »

Celebrities For Trump And Clinton: Find Out Who Celebs Will Vote For On Election Day 2016 [PHOTOS] - International Business Times;

Celebrities For Trump And Clinton: Find Out Who Celebs Will Vote For On Election Day 2016 [PHOTOS] - International Business Times

International Business TimesCelebrities For Trump And Clinton: Find Out Who Celebs Will Vote For On Election Day 2016 [PHOTOS]International Business TimesBegin Slideshow Chelsea Handler is one of many celebrities who have supported Hillary Clinton for President. Handler is pictured at the taping of Mark Twain Prize for Humor ceremony and performance in Washington on October 19, 2014. Reuters. Will it be ...and more »

Analysis: Winner must help heal gash in US politics - News24;

Analysis: Winner must help heal gash in US politics - News24

News24Analysis: Winner must help heal gash in US politicsNews24Washington - We'll know soon enough who won. We already know the prize: A big, ugly gash in the heart of American politics. Nearly two years of relentless campaigning and racially loaded rhetoric has exposed a country that is deeply fractured along ...and more »

Trump or Clinton? Millions vote as US election campaign ends - Irish Times;

Trump or Clinton? Millions vote as US election campaign ends - Irish Times

Irish TimesTrump or Clinton? Millions vote as US election campaign endsIrish TimesA polarised America is going to the polls to pick its 45th president, choosing to elect either Hillary Clinton as the nation's first female commander-in-chief or billionaire businessman Donald Trump after a long and rancourous campaign. Democrats began ...and more »

From a European Standpoint, Donald Trump's Campaign Plunged America Into the Abyss - U.S. News & World Report;

From a European Standpoint, Donald Trump's Campaign Plunged America Into the Abyss - U.S. News & World Report

U.S. News & World ReportFrom a European Standpoint, Donald Trump's Campaign Plunged America Into the AbyssU.S. News & World ReportIf the Republican candidate wins, you can bet Europe will return to the anti-Americanism that dominated during the Iraq War. By The Conversation | Contributor Nov. 8, 2016, at 11:01 a.m.. MORE. LinkedIn · StumbleUpon · Google +; Cancel. Trump's ...and more »

What time will election be called in Clinton, Trump presidential race? - NJ.com;

What time will election be called in Clinton, Trump presidential race? - NJ.com

NJ.comWhat time will election be called in Clinton, Trump presidential race?NJ.comThe race between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump comes to a close Tuesday, the end of an acrimonious campaign for president, the main event in the 2016 elections. How quickly the final results come in, however, is hard to tell.and more »

US election 2016: Live results map by state as they come in - Evening Standard;

US election 2016: Live results map by state as they come in - Evening Standard

Evening StandardUS election 2016: Live results map by state as they come inEvening Standardan110186598democratic-presi.jpg Finale: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will tonight find out which of them has been elected. AFP/Getty Images. Voters have turned out in their millions to elect either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump as the next ...and more »

Face the Nation election blog: John Dickerson's diaries - CBS News;

Face the Nation election blog: John Dickerson's diaries - CBS News

CBS NewsFace the Nation election blog: John Dickerson's diariesCBS NewsLast Updated Nov 8, 2016 9:06 AM EST. Welcome to the Face the Nation Diary blog. New entries throughout the day. Scroll down to read John's opening view of the election in the bottom entry labeled: “6:24 pm, November 6: Welcome to the Face the Nation ...and more »