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How Hillary Clinton's white voters melted away

The unraveling of the coalition that was supposed to carry Hillary Clinton to the White House had a lot to do with voters like Jim McAndrew in counties like Northampton, Pennsylvania.
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Thousands of anti-Trump protesters take to streets of U.S. cities

CHICAGO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Demonstrators marched in cities across the United States on Wednesday to protest against Republican Donald Trump's surprise presidential election win, blasting his campaign rhetoric about immigrants, Muslims and other groups....
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Donald Trump elected President of the USA: world leaders react to the news

Political leaders across the globe are reacting to the news that Donald Trump is the next President elect of America, after recording a historic victory over Hillary Clinton....
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These Officials Help Write Ballot Questions. Companies Write Them Checks.

WASHINGTON — Big-money corporate lobbying has reached into one of the most obscure corners of state government: the offices of secretaries of state, the people charged with running elections impartially....
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Memorable_ and cringe-worthy_ moments from the 2016 Campaign

WASHINGTON (AP) — Every presidential race has its big moments. This one, more than most....
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U.S. unemployment falls to 4.9% before election

The U.S. economy added 161,000 jobs in October, a solid gain. ...
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Julian Assange predicts Donald Trump will not be allowed to win US elections

Julian Assange has claimed that Donald Trump "would not be permitted to win" the US presidential elections due to a lack of support from any major "establishment"....
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India's Hindu Army celebrates Trump 'victory' a few days early

An Indian fringe group on Friday celebrated the "victory" of U.S. presidential contender Donald Trump, hailing his friendship with diaspora Indians and backing his call to ban immigration by Muslims from countries hit by Islamic militancy....
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Tobacco treaty leaders propose barring delegates linked to state firms

NEW YORK/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The leadership of a World Health Organization (WHO) treaty on tobacco control has proposed barring delegates with ties to state-owned tobacco firms from its conference next week, tightening its application of rules to shut out the industry from policy making....
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Money pours in for anti-pipeline protest, but will it last?

CANNON BALL, N.D. (AP) — The crowdsourcing goal was modest: $5,000, enough to help a few dozen people camping in North Dakota to protest the nearby construction of the four-state Dakota Access oil pipeline. The fund has since topped a staggering $1 million....
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