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Today is Election Day. While millions of Americans have already voted, millions more are heading to the polls Tuesday to cast their ballots in the race between Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden.
We probably won’t know the winner before going to bed — the large number of mail-in ballots could take days to count — but we should start to get some sense about which way the election is going.
The most important thing to do today, Election Day, Tuesday Nov. 3, is to vote if you haven’t done so already.
But later this evening, if you’re like a lot of people, you’ll be tuning in to the news to watch as the results come in.
Every major TV and news outlet is going to have live coverage of election returns, but what if you want to keep track of more than one at the same time? We’ve got you covered.
The polls are open across America as voters decide who will be the next President of the United States.
U.S. District Judge Emmet Sullivan issued a 3 p.m. Tuesday deadline for the Postal Service to “ensure that no ballots have been held up and that any identified ballots are immediately sent out for delivery” in areas of key battleground states, according to The Hill.
The areas included in the order have seen slow mailed ballot processing, and a narrow race between President Trump and Democratic candidate Joe Biden.
The areas include Philadelphia and central Pennsylvania; Detroit; Colorado; Wyoming; Atlanta; Houston; Alabama; Northern New England; greater South Carolina; Lakeland and South Florida; and Arizona.
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The Invisible Influence of Big Tech on Politics & Elections—Allum Bokhari | American Thought Leaders
How do big tech companies impact the political beliefs of their users?
In this episode, we sit down with investigative journalist Allum Bokhari, author of “#DELETED: Big Tech’s Battle to Erase the Trump Movement and Steal the Election.”
Bokhari conducted a number of interviews with big tech insiders to learn more about how Silicon Valley tech giants can influence users, and even elections.
Digital media moguls plan to censor Trump and his supporters if they prematurely declare victory tonight. Why the risk of censorship is far worse than the risk of “misinformation”
US Elections outcome to impact Jerusalem’ peace; Israel stands with Austria-TV7 Israel News 03.20.11
1) Israel’s top intelligence official insists that the Trump Administration’s Mid-East policy is crucial for widening the circle of peace between Jerusalem and Arab capitals.
2) Islamist terror reared its ugly head once again – this time in the Austrian capital, Vienna.
3) Romania vows its unwavering commitment to combat anti-Semitism – during a meeting between Premier Orban and his Israeli counterpart Netanyahu in Jerusalem.
14 detained in deadly Vienna ‘terrorist attack’ as ISIS claims responsibility; Austrian-Macedonian suspects identified
Police urged people to stay indoors as they hunt for suspects after gunmen opened fire at six locations in the city center on the evening of November 2.
Two men and two women died of their wounds and 22 other people were wounded.
Police shot dead a suspect identified as a 20-year-old dual national of Austria and North Macedonia who had a previous terror conviction. Two other suspects were also said to have Macedonian roots.
The attacker was named as Kujtim Fejzulai, a man born in Austria with roots in North Macedonia who was sentenced to 22 months in prison in April last year because he had tried to travel to Syria to join the Islamic State extremist group. He was granted early release in December.
Where has all the money gone? People ask this when thousands of tenants in China are kicked out after making their rental payments in advance.
Seven pro-democracy Hong Kong lawmakers were arrested. It’s due to a scuffle months ago, when pro-democracy and pro-Beijing lawmakers clashed in the Legislative Council.
An earthquake hit Turkey, and Taiwan offered help. Turkey showed gratitude to Taiwan causing China to pile on the pressure.
The Chinese Communist Party has achieved far-reaching influence in US politics, including this election. This, according to the top White House Trade Adviser.
And an exclusive interview with a German businessman. Chinese police stole $1 million from him. And he did 7 years of forced labor in a Chinese prison.
Oct 16, 2020: We are excited to share with you today, the first of six video lectures publicly available for the first time. These lectures are taken from Dr. Peterson’s 12 Rules for Life Tour in Australia and New Zealand.
Today, we are releasing the second lecture in our six-part series. These lectures are taken from Dr. Peterson’s 12 Rules for Life Tour in Australia.