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WASHINGTON (AP) — Americans emphatically declared their anger at government and their desire for change Tuesday as they decided between two presidential candidates who failed to generate much excitement. Exit polls recorded the simmering discontent of the American electorate...
AZUSA, Calif. (AP) — A gunman with an assault rifle killed a man and critically wounded two women Tuesday in a California neighborhood near two polling sites that were shut down before the attacker was found dead inside a nearby home, authorities said. One polling place was...
NEW YORK (AP) — Floridians voted decisively to legalize marijuana for medical purposes as voters across the nation decided ballot measures addressing an array of volatile issues. Eight other states were considering expanding legal access to pot. Others were voting on gun control...
AZUSA, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on a California shooting that prompted the lockdown of two polling sites (all times local): 7 p.m. Authorities in California say a gunman is dead after killing a man and critically wounding two women not far from two polling places that were...
NEW YORK (AP) — Floridians voted decisively to legalize marijuana for medical purposes as voters across the nation decided ballot measures addressing an array of volatile issues. Eight other states were considering expanding legal access to pot. Others were voting on gun control...
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The movement to legalize marijuana faced its biggest test yet Tuesday as voters in nine states, including the nation's most populous, considered proposals to expand legal access to the drug, which is still forbidden by the federal government. California, the...
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Republicans, who already control a solid majority of governorships, sought to add to their ranks Tuesday as voters picked chief executives in a dozen states. The governors' contests are part of a battle for statehouse supremacy that also includes...
WASHINGTON (AP) — Voters around the country faced long lines, occasional broken machines and some hot tempers Tuesday, but as the polls began closing from east to west, there were no signs of the large-scale fraud, intimidation or hacking some had feared in the run-up to the...
Americans across the country headed to the polls Tuesday to elect the 45th president of the United States. Here's what some voters had to say on Election Day: ___ Roy Brook, a retiree from Bessemer, Alabama, stood outside the Muscoda Community Center waiving two small American...