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More Trump's Son Among Potential Cabinet Picks Hours after Donald Trump was named president-elect , talk has turned to what could potentially be "one of the more eclectic and controversial presidential cabinets in modern history," per Politico .

SNL Abruptly Drops the 'Gross' Act Saturday Night Live trotted out Alec Baldwin and Kate Mc Kinnon a final time before the election with what of late passes for a pretty standard Cold Open , complete with Baldwin's Donald Trump kissing Vladimir Putin, an FBI agent, and a Klansman, while Cecily Strong as Erin Burnett continued to hammer... spy agencies to begin top secret Trump briefings within days By Mark Hosenball WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U. intelligence agencies will soon begin giving President-elect Donald Trump the same top secret national security briefings they give President Barack How the polls, including ours, missed Trump's victory By Maurice Tamman and Guy Faulconbridge NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) - Two days ago, pollsters and statisticians gave Hillary Clinton odds of between 75 and 99 percent of winning the U. Clinton and Obama pledge to unite behind Trump presidency By Steve Holland and John Whitesides (Reuters) - Republican Donald Trump put aside the celebrations and focused on Wednesday on his 73-day transition to the White House as rival Hillary Clinton Qualcomm Close to Unveiling One Plus 3T Device In what may be one of the worst-kept secrets in tech, Qualcomm (NASDAQ: QCOM) is reportedly close to taking the wraps offs its latest One Plus smartphone iteration, powered by its new chip, the Snapdragon 821.

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Why So Many Pollsters Were So Completely Wrong The prevailing question the morning after Donald Trump's stunning victory is: How did so many get it so wrong?

An "absolutely unreal" "Chance of Winning Presidency" graphic on the New York Times' forecasting page Tuesday evening showed Trump ascending from a 20% chance of winning the White House to near...

Man Missing for a Decade Might've Never Left This Bar Under different circumstances, Brian Shaffer's vanishing act on April Fools' Day 2006 might have been the ultimate prank.

That year, the holiday fell on the first Saturday of spring break for students at Ohio State University, where 27-year-old Shaffer was a medical student, and he'd spent it on a bar...

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