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Voters face miserable Election Day weather, but rain is unlikely to dampen turnout

Forecasts called for brighter weather by late afternoon, but that prediction did not keep early-morning voters warm on Tuesday. A broad area of low pressure with a flanking cold front made democracy a ... read more

Death toll rises to FIVE after storms battered Britain as voters face fresh downpours with thunder and lighting set to strike on polling day

Five people have been killed by fierce storms ravaging the country as voters face fresh ... wettest day of a miserable week. Today will generally be drier and brighter than it was yesterday when ... read more

Texas Democrats Crushed… What Next?

It sounded good a year and a half ago but in the cold, harsh light of Election Day ... which may dampen turnout even more. It will be interesting to see if we even reach the paltry 38 percent turnout ... read more

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Polling misfires to be explored after unexpected Trump win

Heading into Election Day, most national ... that polls face nowadays is that people don’t want to participate in them at all,” said Patrick Murray, director of the Monmouth University Polling ... read more

General Election 2017: Voters head to the polls amid heightened security and polls showing lead for Tories

Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn have been out casting their votes today as people went to the polls amid heightened security. Mrs May, who gambled by calling the snap election, seemed relaxed as she ... read more

European elections 2014 parties face prospect of a Farage walkover

Labour and the Tories fear anger at mainstream parties, voter apathy over Europe and heavy rain mean voters have simply stayed at home. One senior source said turnout in areas ... brings a sense of ... read more

Kimonos in the rain

We had made the trip because of a book event my co-author and BFF Mallika Kapur and I had been invited for, at the Asia Society, for the India by the Bay festival, an eight-day extravaganza ... ... read more

A Poisoning in England: But Which Poison?

But sarin is also lethal at very low concentrations, which makes the survival of the victims unlikely. To that point, I have long wondered why only eight people died during the Tokyo attack (some of ... read more

UK weather: Snow causes chaos as temperatures hit lowest for seven years - latest news and forecast

Commuters face another evening of misery as snow ... Harry and Megan are due to spend the day in the city, where dozens of local schools are shut because of the wintry weather and Bristol Airport ... read more

The Daily 202: Trump leads in polls because GOP primary voters don’t value electability

These numbers help explain how someone like Trump can lead in the polls despite serious reservations about his viability in a general election and his lack of conservative bona fides. Trump wins ... read more

Political Junkie Gives History Lesson Of Past U.S. Election Tamperings

With the Electoral College formally voting Monday, Political Junkie Ken Rudin gives some history ... which Rudin says is highly unlikely. There is also discussion about the history of election ... read more

Queen in no mood to be late as her 90th birthday street party is held in the rain

Mr Phillips knew that the one thing he could not control was the weather, and given the Queen’s previous history of rain on ... previous day. “I’ve never seen him so excited!” she said. “He was ... read more

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