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The odds of Trump or Clinton winning the nation's highest office have essentially settled to a coin toss, Betfair says.
Trump declares victory, says Clinton has conceded, markets regain some lost ground.
The GOP is seen taking 236 seats to the Democrats' 199, according to NBC.
Republicans won key Senate races as Democrats have only been able to flip two seats in Illinois and New Hampshire.
The four Electoral College votes from New Hampshire are crucial for Donald Trump and could put Hillary Clinton over the top.
Pre-election polls in the Sunshine State, which has 29 electoral votes, showed the race a dead heat between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Since the 1860 election of Abraham Lincoln, just three presidents (and no Republican candidates) have gone to the White House without winning Ohio.
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.
Once considered a Republican stronghold, North Carolina's changing demographics helped flip the state in 2008 for Barack Obama.
Clinton also topped Trump 17-14 in the town of Hart's Location, where Johnson's Libertarian ticket won three votes.
Trump declared Tuesday "our Independence Day" and looked forward to closing "the history books on the Clintons and their lies and schemes and corruption."
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump tells Fox News anything but victory would make the whole campaign a big waste.
An outspoken Fed dove said on Tuesday he would "feel better" about raising U.S. rates if he were more confident inflation would continue to rise.
Millions of Americans are set to cast their vote in Tuesday's election — and that means long lines.
Two young, shirtless women were arrested after chanting at the Manhattan polling location.
Another major department store chain will kick off its Black Friday deals on Thanksgiving.
Market newsletter writer Jim Grant tells CNBC he's voting for Mike Pence and "apparently Trump is on the same ballot."
Shares of the No. 2 U.S. drugstore chain by store count were down about 16 percent at $69.22 in premarket trading.
While voting was going smoothly in most places, a technical hiccup slowed voting at the polls in Wilson County, Tennessee, Tuesday morning.
But, on Monday, Donald Trump told a crowd in New Hampshire that the New England Patriots quarterback said he voted for him.
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