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Voters face machine problems, long lines in some states

As a result of being challenged by fellow workers, Mr. DeFelice said many of those poll workers went home. All the voting machines in Durham, North Carolina, another critical swing state where Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are battling for votes, failed to work.

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OPEC says oil and gas will remain world's main energy source

David Hufton , managing director of PVM Oil Associates , said in a note, "Market belief that OPEC can reach a credible deal has collapsed". Brent crude, which is used to price Global oils, fell 11 cents to $46.04 a barrel on Tuesday. The decline in US oil production may not be as severe as expected just a month ago. The Energy Department raised its forecast of USA production for both this year and 2017, as drillers respond to higher crude prices.

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Democratic Presidential Elector: I Won't Vote For Clinton

As an example if a candidate in California received 40 percent of the popular vote , he would get 22 of that states electoral votes and the other candidate would get 33 electoral votes. If Satiacum and Chiafalo follow through on their threats to break their party pledge, they could be slapped with fines of around $1,000. Instead, the people of the state are voting for electors .

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Priceline Group Inc Shares Rise On Earnings Beat

Quadrant Capital Group LLC now owns 129 shares of the company's stock worth $180,000 after buying an additional 1 shares in the last quarter. Many of these companies are nearly unheard of by the general public and just starting to get noticed by Wall Street.

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Khizr Khan: 'Thankfully, Mr. Trump, this isn't your America'

Clinton's late visit to New Hampshire, while somewhat unexpected by some Democrats in the state, is part of the campaign's strategy to focus on "gameday voting states" - places where most voting happens on Election Day - now that early voting has stopped.

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Markets Right Now: US stocks open sharply higher

Tuesday's pending presidential election could inject the Dollar with extreme levels of volatility as investor's systematically offload and reload positions to be on the right side of the trade. On Friday, gold rose $1.20. Yet stocks plummeted around the world after the shocking United Kingdom vote to leave. "This is a reaction to less uncertainty", said Phil Blancato, CEO of Ladenburg Thalmann Asset Management.