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Op-Ed: U.S. stock markets surge on suprise Trump victory

When Hillary Clinton appeared to be slated to win the presidency after the FBI announced there would be no charges related to recently found emails, U.S. markets rallied on Monday.

U.S. stocks rally as Clinton appears poised to win presidency

After the FBI announced that no charges would be laid against Clinton for her use of a private email server even after new emails had been reviewed U.S. stocks rallied on Monday.

Op-Ed: Clinton campaign wants FBI to confirm Russia is working for Trump

The Clinton campaign is demanding that the FBI confirm accusations that Donald Trump, the Republican candidate is secretly supported by Russia.

Canadian analyst argues a Trump win is good for Canadian economy

Matthew Barasch, Canadian equity strategist for RBC Capital Market, argues that if Donald Trump wins the presidency of the United States in November this would be a "net positive" for both the Canadian economy and Canadian stocks.

Gingrich: I would've been stronger against Obama in the election

Former GOP House Speaker Newt Gingrich said that the Republican Party needs to be overhauled. Gingrich also said that Romney was a terrible candidate in the 2012 US Election Cycle.

Video: Paul Ryan weighs in on US President Obama's re-election

GOP Rep Paul Ryan of Wisconsin is the latest to weigh in on why Mitt Romney lost to President Barack Obama on Election Night.

Video: Grover Norquist on US President Barack Obama

Anti-tax crusader Grover Norquist said that Barack Obama won the Presidential Election by painting Mitt Romney as a "poopy head."

Video: CNN asks Tea Party about standing on social issues

Amy Kremer, chairwoman of the Tea Party Express, said that the movement is going to come out stronger despite the GOP losses and shortfalls on Election Night.

One day until US Election Day, Palin finally 'endorses' Romney

With Election Day being one day away, Sarah Palin, the former VP running mate to John McCain in 2008, gives her last-minute endorsement to Mitt Romney.

Iconic bar in Paris — Predicting Presidential winners since 1924

Paris - Harry’s Bar in Paris, once the haunt of Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald has history in predicting the winner of the US Presidential. The iconic bar has forecast the outcome of the US Presidential with a remarkable degree of accuracy since 1924.

Obama campaign to start accepting donations via text message

President Obama's campaign is launching a new initiative for fundraising. Commencing later this week, the president's campaign will begin accepting donations by text message.

Op-Ed: Obama and Romney competing for Northern Virginia votes in 2012

Fairfax - The 2012 U.S. election race has been steadily heating up, and now that Mitt Romney has emerged as the frontrunner for the Republican party, the gloves are coming off of both campaigns.

Mobile apps debut in U.S. presidential election campaigns

Mobile apps have been steadily integrated into daily activities for some time now, so it's not surprising apps are now becoming a part of election campaigns.

U.S. economic recovery stalls as election season begins

A Department of Commerce report suggests the U.S. economic recovery, that some analysts say started in 2009, stalled in the first quarter of 2012.

NY GOP Chairman Lies to Voters, Says Ron Paul is out of the Race

New York - One day before the NY GOP Presidential primary, Vincent Reda, the First Vice Chairman of the NY Republican Party, made robo calls to voters declaring that all other candidates had dropped out of the race except Mitt Romney.

Gary Johnson: More Conservative and More Progressive Special

Former New Mexico Governor Gary Johnson is a third-party U.S. presidential candidate who is more conservative than Mitt Romney and more progressive than Barack Obama, and he is finally attracting attention. Digital Journal got an exclusive interview.

Op-Ed: Ron Paul the Don Quixote of US politics sees the achievable dream

Usually dubbed as the "crazy old man" by the so-called mainstream media, the 76-year old native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania is now gaining momentum and might just pull off the unexpected. How does President Ron Paul sounds?

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