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She cares about the network more than the party.

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Canada, long considered the U.S.'s boring, denim-wearing neighbor, has become America's leading purveyor of cool.

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A few more Ryan appearances in the likes of Ohio and Florida and Romney might have lost these states by much larger margins.

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Millions of voters remain to be counted.

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Update: As of 5 p.m. there have been 71,849 calls into Election Protection’s 866-OUR-VOTE Hotline. The trends throughout the day include confusion over voter ID requirements in multiple states; long lines at the polls in part due to early voting restrictions; and inadequate preparation throughout the country—not enough voting machines or polling officials—for a large voter turnout. One of the most significant updates include a number of reports coming out of Pennsylvania—specifically Philadelphia and Pittsburgh—that voters have been wrongfully removed from the voting rolls.

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How we can design our electricity grid to survive future disasters

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In the next few weeks, the battle for marriage equality faces two crucial hurdles.

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The early voting states lean to the right.

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Many likely drowned or came up from the subway. Most are where they've always been — right under your nose.

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As I sat stranded in a friend’s Manhattan apartment, watching nature make a mockery of my plans, I had a hard time tearing myself away from local Channel 4’s coverage of what New York's Governor has called “Sandy’s fury.” Sopping beachfronts were swarming with reporters barely able to stand in the wind; governors, mayors, and officials of all sorts were giving press conferences, detailing what was closed where, whom they’ve talked to and when, and what they’d done to manage the fallout of a historic storm.

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