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Election 2016
Election 2016
Live-Blogging the Election Returns [NOW CLOSED]

Follow along and refresh this page all night for updates.

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The State of Play

On election eve, Clinton is the favorite.

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“Who Would Be Better for Israel?”

What the Israeli public thinks of Clinton vs. Trump, and why.

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Live-Blogging the Presidential Debate

Watching tonight? We are too.

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Clinton Signals Any Obama Middle East Parameters Won’t Matter

Meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, the Democratic candidate tactfully signaled she is not interested in having her predecessor tie her hands.

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Why Ohio?

Ohio is a likely bellwether of the outcome of 2016. Its history explains why.

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What Trump Gets—and What He Doesn’t—About U.S. Energy

Donald Trump understands fracking’s importance, but he’s ignoring a host of other smart energy choices.

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Why Trump Is Illegitimate

Style counts—and Trump’s style doesn’t befit an ordinary American citizen, much less the President of the United States.

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Donald Trump, Human Nature, and the Craving for Respect

Trump’s popularity raises disconcerting questions not only about American voters but about human nature as well.

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On the Trumpenproletariat

Trump is for real, like it or not, because the people who are attracted to him have real problems, and for the most part they are problems not of their own making.

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Crude Economics

Today’s glut could lead to tomorrow’s supply shock.

The Art of the Deal

So far, it’s grandstanding and placebo politics disguising a more moderate agenda.

Wonder Worm

How a caterpillar could help us recycle plastics.

Counting Boots on the Ground

President Trump is delegating authority to his generals—just like he always said he would. But the political costs if anything goes wrong will be his alone.

Migrant Mess

It turns out failed states are not so great at preventing migrant flows.

the 45th president

Those prophesying apocalyptic doom under President Trump have not come out looking so good.

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