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US election 2016 results: Trump takes commanding lead over Clinton

Election 2016: Clinton and Trump in swing states deadlock

from The Independent

This is Trump's path to victory - and it looks increasingly likely

Trump's path to 270: What Donald Trump needs to do to become President of the United States

from The Independent

Donald Trump is taking a state that Hillary Clinton should have easily won

Virginia election results: Donald Trump leading state which Hillary Clinton was expected to easily win

Trump team: torching the Paris Climate Agreement and Obama’s legacy Donald Trump gets endorsed by the West Virginia Coal Association. Donald Trump gets endorsed by the West Virginia Coal Association. President-elect #Donald Trump’s transition team said they are investigating ways to quickly exit the Paris Climate Agreement, where roughly 200 countries pledged to cut carbon dioxide emissions.

from the Guardian

'We are for what is logical': how Italy's M5S became a real contender

Supporters of M5S wave flags as they celebrate the election of Rome’s new mayor, Virginia Raggi, in June.

from BBC News

Michelle Obama 'ape in heels' Facebook post causes outrage

A racist Facebook post about Michelle Obama causes controversy in the US state of West Virginia.

from Mail Online

Rome elects first female mayor in 3,000 year history

Sorting out the Pope and Mafia in Rome: Rome has elected the first female mayor in its 3,000-year history with the 37-year-old lawyer vowing to take on the Pope and the Mafia. Virginia Raggi of the 5-Star protest movement stormed to victory after capitalising on anger over political corruption and deteriorating services in the Italian capital

from Mail Online

Donald Trump has sensationally won the White House

#DailyMailUK ..... "Donald Trump returned to Trump Tower the President Elect after winning the White House race. It finally came to an end as Hillary Clinton phoned him at 2.30am to concede she had lost."...

A record number of voters is expected to decide the most wildly unpredictable and divisive US presidential election of modern times. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were each expected to cast their votes in New York today after a blitz of battleground states that went on long into last night. In the swing state of Virginia huge lines of voters gathered before dawn to cast their ballots. Similar scenes were repeated across the country, from the Republican stronghold of Kansas to resolutely…