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Majority Voting Led to a Trump Presidency That Most Don't Want

This article originally appeared on The Conversation. The system for electing the U.S. president went woefully wrong from the very beginning of 2016. First, the two most disliked candidates ever nominated—Hillary Rodham Clinton and Donald J. Show More Summary

Putin says Trump a clever man, will understand new responsibility quickly

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MOSCOW (Reuters) - U.S. President-elect Donald Trump is a clever man and will understand the level of his new responsibility quickly, Russian President Vladimir Putin was quoted by news agencies as saying in an interview with NTV TV...

Newsweek: Slavishly Devoted 'Madam President' Issue Was Outsourced and Not Reviewed

Did you know that some Donald Trump supporters actively advocated for repealing the 19th Amendment which gave women the right to vote almost a century ago? Or that Hillary Clinton, who memorably characterized half of Trump's supporters as "a basket of deplorables... Show More Summary

Egypt bets on strategic relations with Trump and Putin

According to sources close to Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, next year will be Egypt's year par excellence. They say Egypt will be the only Arab country that will have strategic quasi-alliances with both Putin's Russia and Trump's America. Show More Summary

Everything you need to know about 'Austria's Donald Trump' — who could become the first far-right European head of state since WW2

Today, far-right politician Norbert Hofer could become Austria's president, and therefore be the first far-right head of state in Europe since the Second World War. In July, Austria's Constitutional Court declared the presidential election in Austria — which Hofer lost narrowly in May — invalid because of numerous irregularities. Show More Summary

The rise of populism is about to be tested in Austria

We will get a clear insight into how much of a threat populism poses to western politics when Austrians go to the polls to choose their next president on Sunday. The Austrian presidential election sees independent candidate Alexander...Show More Summary

CONMEBOL confirm Chapecoense will be declared Copa Sudamericana champions

Chapecoense win the 2016 Copa Sudamericana By Benjamin Newman Sunday, December 4th, 2016 08:50 CONMEBOL come to the right decision Chapecoense’s acting president Ivan Tozzo revealed on Saturday that CONMEBOL have finally confirmed that Chapecoense will be declared  the 2016 Copa Sudamericana champions. Show More Summary

Former Green vies for Austria's presidency

Fans affectionally call him "the professor" or "Sascha", a nickname for Alexander that nods to his Russian roots, while his critics decry him as a "green dictator".

Behind the mask of the 'nice guy'

Austria's Norbert Hofer likes to come across as Mr. Nice Guy but if he wins Sunday's election, he will become the EU's first far-right president.

Vicious Palestinian Politics

President Trump needs to reverse the Obama administration's insistence on seeing Mahmoud Abbas and Fatah as possible negotiating partners for peace with Israel.

Kellyanne STEAMROLLS CNN Host On His Own Segment After He Tries To STUMP Her

The left has gone berserk about President-elect Donald Trump accepting a phone call from the president of Taiwan. It’s a big deal…if you care more about optics than actual results.

10 Key Things To Know About “National Student Startup Policy”

President Pranab Mukherjee has been announced the National Student Policy (NSSP) formulated by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) recently.

Nonprofits, foundations and the next U.S. President

(Photo: https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2016/11/digital-security-tips-for-protesters)The U.S. nonprofit sector often thinks of itself as being independent from government and markets. This self-image is held widely enough that one of the major trade organizations even calls itself Independent Sector. Show More Summary

Donald Trump is rage-tweeting about SNL (again)

Right on cue, America's next president is showing his thin skin.

What Happened to Downtown Brown?

Seems like his past sins caught up with him: A top Cook County official was fired last month because of his work as a Chicago police commander, WBEZ has learned.County Board President Toni Preckwinkle announced Nov. 18 that Ernest Brown was no longer the executive director of the Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management. Show More Summary

Saturday Night Live Is Basically Just Reciting Facts about Donald Trump Now

There are some places satire can’t really go, and Donald Trump’s already-disastrous reign as Our Last President is about four years worth. So Saturday Night Live is more or less doing straight reportage in this week’s cold open, taking America on a whirlwind tour to meet the people our President-elect spent his valuable time retweeting this week. Show More Summary

CUNY, pressured by Cuomo, shakes up staff after scandal

CUNY heads are rolling as the governor tightens his grip on the city’s public college system. City College President Lisa Coico stepped down in October amid a New York Times probe of her use of... To view the full story, click the title link.

Austria's Norbert Hofer: Who's behind the smile?

Austria's Norbert Hofer likes to come across as Mr. Nice Guy but if he wins Sunday's election, he will become the EU's first far-right president. The mild-mannered 45-year-old, a gun enthusiast who has walked with a cane since a 2003 paraglider accident, is a key figure in the anti-immigration Freedom Party (FPOe). Show More Summary

Austria far-right on cusp of power in election showdown

Austrians will return to the polls on Sunday in a bitterly fought marathon election, which could propel the European Union's first far-right president to power and boost the anti-establishment tide sweeping many countries. Norbert Hofer...Show More Summary

Slogans, placards and food: South Korean protests a boon for restaurants

SEOUL (Reuters) - As protesters march through Gwanghwamun Square in downtown Seoul, the center stage of huge weekly demonstrations calling for South Korean President Park Geun-hye to step down, nearby restaurants hustle to prepare for a busy night.

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