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from Mail Online

Donald Trump has sensationally won the White House

Wellesley College students and supporters of Hillary Clinton, Kumari Devarajan, of Washington, left, and Diana Castillo, of Elgin, Illinois, right, wipe away tears as they watched the results

from TIME.com

National Proposal Day: Patti Stanger Judges 7 Viral Engagements

Intelligent, intensely curious and, from a young age, driven to find a way to somehow contribute to the world around her, Hillary Rodham enrolled at Wellesley College in the fall of 1965. It was there, in Massachusetts, that the moderate Republican underwent her transformation (she might characterize it as “an evolution”) to committed Democrat.

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from Telegraph.co.uk

Pictures of the day: 7 November 2014

Rick Sullivan drives his upside down truck with his dog Murray in Clinton, Illinois. Rick spent six months and $6,000 building the topsy-turvy truck from the parts of two separate vehicles.The road-legal car is created from a 1991 Ford Ranger pickup truck with a 1995 F-150 pickup truck body placed over the top - upside down.

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from the Guardian

Major 50-state poll shows leads for Clinton in key states

A supporter listens as Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton addresses an event at Illiniwek campground in Hampton, Illinois.

Children with Boas, by Evans, Clinton Illinois

from Pavel Kosenko

4×5 Kodachromes

My Russian blog started to be visited by many English speaking readers after I posted the following post. I thought it would be great to give this post a special place in my new English blog, and l…

from Mail Online

Caitlyn Jenner says Trump would be good for women's issues

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign event in Vernon Hills, Illinois, Thursday

Corporal Andrew Jackson Smith, of Clinton, Illinois, a member of the 55th Massachusetts Voluntary Infantry, distinguished himself on 30 November 1864 by saving his regimental colors, after the color bearer was killed during a bloody charge called the Battle of Honey Hill, South Carolina. In the late afternoon, as the 55th Regiment pursued enemy skirmishers and conducted a running fight, they ran into a swampy area backed by a rise where the Confederate Army awaited.