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We’ve gathered a short list of some of what we think are the most important headlines of the day and placed them all right here for you.
So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Monday, November 7, 2016.
The latest WikiLeaks release brings us emails showing that one of Hillary Clinton’s top aides didn’t want her to run for the presidency again… partly because of her private server.
ISIS is calling on their supporters to “slaughter” Americans on Election Day.
Obama’s “Hope and Change” have given us liberal “Fear and Loathing.”
As the election continues to grow ever-tighter, the experts begin to hedge their bets.
The model run by data guru Nate Silver at FiveThirtyEight gives Clinton a 65 percent chance of winning and Trump a 35 percent chance. That’s down from Clinton’s high — achieved less than three weeks ago, on Oct. 17 — when she had an 88 percent chance of victory, compared to only 12 percent for Trump.
And oh by the way, an unusually high number of voters are still undecided… this is bad news for the widely known Hillary Clinton.
In a speech from October of 2015, former President Bill Clinton argued that our political system is “rigged” and that Hillary Clinton “deserved” to be President.
Donald Trump’s campaign headquarters in Denver, Colorado was vandalized twice in less than 24 hours over the weekend.
Donald Trump is having a heck of a time convincing Mormons to get on board the Trump train, and there are three main reasons for this.
Chris Christie’s political fortunes continue to fade in the wake of the conclusion to the “Bridgegate” scandal.
How could this get you in legal trouble? Insane.
This might just be the most beautiful protest ever. Pregnant women in Chile “strapped fetal monitors to their stomachs, amplifying the sound of their babies’ heartbeats with megaphones” in an effort to sway public and political opinion to the cause of life.