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Clinton's popular vote lead hits two million

Clinton's popular vote lead hits two million

A candidate needs 270 electoral votes to win. Clinton eventually acknowledged her loss and called Trump - but only after her campaign chief, John Podesta, at 2 a.m. "The two major parties don't own all the votes" Nader said, referring to the fact that "electors" in the "college" are nothing but officials from the two major parties, elected officeholders or funders with vested interests who always vote blindly for their party's nominee based only on their state's final tally, regardless of ...


Wenger: Even when Sanchez looks dead, he is still alive

Wenger: Even when Sanchez looks dead, he is still alive

Arsene Wenger's side have failed to win their last three matches in all competitions and Jenkinson believes the Gunners have only themselves to blame. The equaliser led to Bournemouth pushing for a second and they should have had one through Adam Smith , who headed over from eight yards, and Brad Smith who sent the ball too close to Cech at the near post.



US court blocks overtime expansion pay rule for 4 million

The judge granted an emergency request by 21 states to delay implementation of the new rules. The rule crafted by the U.S. Department of Labor would have required overtime pay for about 4 million more administrative and professional workers, almost doubling the current salary threshold of roughly $23,660.



Maute terrorists killed in Lanao

Residents of Butig, which has a population of 17,000, have fled after militants linked to Daesh (the so-called IS) holed themselves up in an abandoned government building, Philippine military spokesman Brigadier-General Restituto Padilla said .



Trump assails recount push, claims millions voted illegally

Stein is raising millions of dollars to fund the recounts. While Trump won the election under the rules of the Electoral College , Clinton won the popular vote by a margin unprecedented for a candidate who failed to win the presidency.


Mobile sales reach an all-time high on Black Friday

Mobile sales reach an all-time high on Black Friday

While another 32 percent of consumers shopped in store to continue their family Thanksgiving/Black Friday traditions. Shoppers are visiting fewer stores and the rate at which browsers converted into buyers was slightly lower than a year ago, said William Taubman, chief operating officer at Taubman Centers, which operates 24 malls around the country.