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Clinton: Fake news is an "epidemic" and a threat to safety

Hillary Clinton said Thursday that an "epidemic of malicious fake news and false propaganda" presented a threat to US citizens, local media reported, days after a made-up story led to a shooting...

US state of Wisconsin preparing presidential recount

Wisconsin authorities on Monday laid the groundwork for a planned presidential recount, after the Green Party petitioned for a review of election results in the US state.

Clinton campaign joins Green Party's Wisconsin recount effort

Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign will participate in a presidential recount petitioned in the Midwestern state of Wisconsin by the Green Party, her top lawyer said Saturday.

Trump won't pursue charges against Clinton

US president-elect Donald Trump will not pursue charges against his former Democratic rival, Hillary Clinton, a top aide said Tuesday.

Campaign was "double-sided nasty," Trump says, voicing no regrets

US president-elect Donald Trump described the run-up to the US election as "double-sided nasty," but also said he was proud of how he and his team had run his campaign, in an interview broadcast...

Obama congratulates Trump as Clinton says she's "sorry"

US President Barack Obama on Wednesday invited president-elect Donald Trump to the White House, vowing to have a smooth transition between their presidencies, despite their "significant...

Trump wins three states, Clinton one in early US presidential results

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump was projected to win three states - Indiana, Kentucky and West Virginia - while Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton secured Vermont, as polls began...

Nevada judge rejects Trump request to isolate ballots

A judge in Nevada rejects a request by Donald Trump's lawyers to have the ballots from four early voting sites preserved in case the campaign wanted to contest them later.

Voters face hours-long wait, technical glitches at swing-state polls

Americans going out to polling sites Tuesday were reporting lengthy lines and hours-long wait times, especially in the toss-up states that will determine who becomes president.

Clinton, Trump cast ballots in US presidential election

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump joined voters across the United States on Tuesday in casting ballots for president in an election that brings a long and bitter campaign to a close.

Julian Assange defends leaking Hillary Clinton's emails

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange defended leaking Democrat presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's emails on Tuesday and denied supporting her Republican rival Donald Trump.

Election day arrives in US as polls open in eastern states

Election day voting began on the US East Coast, with Americans heading to the polls to make their choice between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump after a bitter campaign.

Live Blog: US Presidential Election 2016

Americans will begin casting ballots when polling sites open in several eastern states at 6 am (1100 GMT). This year, however, with more states allowing early voting, millions have already made...

US voters now have their say as grueling presidential campaign ends

One of the most contentious presidential campaigns in US history comes to an end Tuesday, when the question of who will hold the country's highest office is put in the hands of voters.

Trump beats Clinton 32 to 25 in New Hampshire's midnight voting

A trio of small towns in a remote corner of New Hampshire cast the first election day ballots for US president early Tuesday, with Donald Trump beating Hillary Clinton 32 to 25 in the overall...