News You Can Use for November 8, 2016

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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.

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So without further ado, here’s the News you can Use for Tuesday, November 8, 2016.

On Election Day the polling consensus is painting a bleak picture for Donald Trump, but projections for the down-ballot Republicans remains positive. The GOP will most certainly hold on to the House, and may also keep control of the Senate as well.

This election, like so many others, may end up coming down to Florida’s I-4 corridor.

FBI Director James Comey may have once again given Hillary Clinton a pass for her criminal behavior, but that doesn’t mean the FBI is done with the Clintons. The multi-pronged (and massive) investigation into the Clinton Foundation continues full speed ahead.

A Donald Trump presidency could be reminiscent of Dwight Eisenhower’s years in office.

How much did Comey’s announcement of reopening the investigation into Clinton hurt her chances to win?

By the way, WIRED magazine says that the FBI could indeed vet the 650K new emails from the Anthony Weiner laptop in just 8 days.

Could we look back on this election and wonder if it was Harry Reid’s corrupt machine that finished Donald Trump?

In the 2016 election Hispanics could end up being as important for the Democrat Party as African-Americans have traditionally been.

Carly Fiorina seems like the next GOP hopeful to fill one of the Senate seats from the state of Virginia.

If Donald Trump wins, these are the people he’s hoping will make up his cabinet.

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