NEW YORK/ LONDON, Nov 9- Two days ago, pollsters and statisticians gave Hillary Clinton odds of between 75 and 99 percent of winning the U.S. presidential election. How did so many get it so wrong? These polls actually got the big picture right: Clinton won more overall votes than President-elect Donald Trump- but not by as much as the polling averages predicted, and not...
NBC News now projects Donald Trump to win Pennsylvania and its 20 electoral votes, bringing him beyond the 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency.
Here's the six wildest ways this election could end. None of these are very likely, mind you, but they're all unnervingly plausible, Vox reports.
Hillary Clinton shored up support in battleground states while Donald Trump crisscrossed the country, NBC News reports.
If Donald Trump were to challenge the outcome of the presidential election, as he has hinted he might, he would face a difficult fight.
"If the vote is fair, I'm confident that we'll accept it" said Mike Pence, the Republican vice presidential candidate. The TODAY Show reports.
The "shackles" gone, Donald Trump stepped up his fierce attacks on his own party leaders Tuesday.
Former Vice President Al Gore touted Hillary Clinton as the only candidate who will make climate change a priority, NBC News reports.
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To continue his political revolution, Sanders says the country must "defeat of Donald Trump" and elect Hillary Clinton.
Bernie Sanders is likely to endorse Hillary Clinton. But his legions of millennial followers may not be swayed by the move, says Jordan Chariton.
Bernie Sanders' revolution is hardly over. He has more power than ever and millions of foot-soldiers ready to push his agenda, says Jordan Chariton.
Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump is "light versus darkness," says onetime Democratic presidential candidate Bill Bradley.
If Sanders beats Clinton in California, the democrats will face their moment of truth, says Jordan Chariton.
Bernie Sanders can make a comeback—it would have to be epic—but it could happen. Here's how, says Cenk Uygur.
One prominent person has been conspicuously absent in the debate over the FBI's demands on Apple: board member and former Vice President Al Gore.
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With Hillary Clinton in trouble, Joe Biden is mulling a 2016 presidential run. Cenk Uygar says this is a bad idea — and here's why.
Back on this week, the World Economic Forum in Davos is as big as ever with lofty ambitions to match.
Neil Young credits Steve Jobs with popularizing digital music. He's now trying to take the next giant step forward -- by going back.