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Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Ban on Gay Marriage Leads in California

A ban to overturn gay marriage in California was leading in returns but was too close to call even hours after the polls closed, as were several other ballot initiatives in the state. Stacey Delo reports. (Nov. 4)

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Balance of Power

Politico's Martin Kady talks about the congressional races...

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History unfolds on TV

Election Night: Key Moments

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Deconstruction Zone - After the Speeches

Jim VandeHei and John F. Harris discuss the significant win by President-Elect Barack Obama.

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Cummings on Obama transition

Politico's Jeanne Cummings talks about the busy weeks ahead for President-elect Barack Obama...

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The election is over!

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The election is over!

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Obama's Victory Speech

President-elect Barack Obama addressed cheering crowds at Grant Park in his hometown of Chicago. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 5)

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McCain Speech

McCain Speech

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A dream realized

(Boston Globe) Barack Obama's supporters celebrate a historic victory at Slade's Bar & Grill in Roxbury. Video by John Tlumacki; produced by Chona Camomot, Globe Staff

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A dream realized

(Boston Globe) Barack Obama's supporters celebrate a historic victory at Slade's Bar & Grill in Roxbury. Video by John Tlumacki; produced by Chona Camomot, Globe Staff

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Now the Hard Part for Obama

President-elect Barack Obama faces a tall order in delivering on his historic campaign's promises. MarketWatch's Russ Britt reports. (Nov. 5)

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McCain's Concession Speech

John McCain delivers his concession speech.

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McCain's Concession Speech

John McCain congratulates Barack Obama, saying the president-elect has inspired "millions of Americans who had once wrongly believed that they had little at stake or little influence in the election of an American president." Courtesy of Reuters.

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McCain Elegant, Gracious In Defeat

After all the campaign sniping was done, John McCain gave an elegant and gracious speech conceding the 2008 presidential election to Barack Obama, says WSJ's Jake Schlesinger.

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Hot Off the Press

The day after Sen. Barack Obama won the general election, New Yorkers lined up to purchase a rare remaining copy of Wednesday's New York Times.

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How Obama Won The Presidency

WSJ's Chris Cooper reflects on how Barack Obama defied the odds, using a team of grassroots organizers with no Beltway background to snatch victory from more-seasoned politically savvy rivals.

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Celebration in Roxbury

(Boston Globe) Obama supporters including Kaicee King gather at Slade's Bar & Grill to toast a historic night. By John Tlumacki and Chona Camomot, Globe Staff

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Celebration in Roxbury

(Boston Globe) Obama supporters including Kaicee King gather at Slade's Bar & Grill to toast a historic night. By John Tlumacki and Chona Camomot, Globe Staff

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Pundits React

A historic moment

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In Grant Park

With Carrie Budoff Brown.

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Obama Wins, But How Broad Is His Mandate?

Barack Obama's victory was historic, but WSJ's Jerry Seib says key to Tuesday's election is how much the next president has reshaped the country's political map.

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McCain concedes

McCain concedes the election

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Commentary- Calamity Awaits Obama

David Callaway, MarketWatch's editor-in-chief, says financial calamity ultimately spurred Barack Obama to victory Tuesday night. Market sentiment is pointing to a possible honeymoon period, but the president-elect faces huge challenges. (Nov. 4)

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The crowd reacts

The crowd reacts

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Obama wins

Politico's Jim VandeHei on President-Elect Obama

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Finger-Pointing Inside McCain Campaign

After a gracious concession speech by John McCain, the Arizona senator's campaign faithful are starting to play the blame game to explain their candidate's failed presidential bid, WSJ's Elizabeth Holmes reports from Phoenix.

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Obama widens lead

Politico's Jeanne Cummings and Jim VandeHei on Obama's lead

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On ballot questions, voters answer

(Boston Globe) From income taxes to dog racing, issues spark a mix of reactions at the polls. Video by Wendy Maeda; produced by Leanne Burden Seidel/Globe Staff

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On ballot questions, voters answer

(Boston Globe) From income taxes to dog racing, issues spark a mix of reactions at the polls. Video by Wendy Maeda; produced by Leanne Burden Seidel/Globe Staff

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On the ground in Alaska

Ken Vogel in Alaska

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Election Night Scoreboard Watch

Professor Joe Tuman, a political analyst and historian, breaks down the presidential vote as the returns come in, and offers perspective on the race's impact. Interview with MarketWatch's Stacey Delo. (Nov. 4)

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What to watch- 10 - 11 pm

Jim VandeHei on what to watch in the 10 pm hour

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Pundits React

Is it over?

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Megabundlers Give Millions To Candidates

WSJ's Brody Mullins details the controversial, but legal, practice of "megabundling" that channeled millions of dollars to the McCain and Obama campaigns, circumventing donation limits. (Nov. 4)

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VA and election night surprises

Jim VandeHei and Jeanne Cummings discuss Virginia and election night surprises

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Obama Not Just a Cardboard Cutout

Thousands of Barack Obama supporters and press came to Chicago for a chance to see the Democratic candidate. Many were "successful," WSJ's Andy Jordan reports. (Nov. 4)

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May the Best Candidate Win

WSJ's Laura Meckler talks about the presidential election and the possible results that the nation will eagerly be awaiting. (Nov. 4)

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What to watch- 9-10 pm

Jim VandeHei on what to watch in the 9pm hour

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VandeHei's election update

Politico's Jim VandeHei watches results come in

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Key Governor Seats At Stake

WSJ's Easha Anand details the two tightest governor's races in this year's election and says the real battle will come in 2010. (Nov. 4)

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New President To Face Appointee Troubles

WSJ's John McKinnon talks about the challenges the next president will face getting his political appointees put into place. (Nov. 4)

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On the ground in Chicago

Reporting on her webcam from a Chicago hotel before heading to Grant Park, Carrie Budoff Brown talks about the mood among the Obama hopefuls.

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Texas Voters Steamed Over Voting Snags

WSJ's Chris Coffey speaks with voters in Central Texas who experienced errors from missing propositions to voter profile issues, while trying to vote today. (Nov. 4)

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What to Watch- 8-9p

Politico's Jim VandeHei talks about what to watch this hour...

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Star Wars at CNN

Star Wars at CNN

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Post-Election Prep Commences

Officials in Chicago and Phoenix, Arizona prepare for election night rallies for Obama and McCain. Courtesy Reuters. (Nov. 4)

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San Francisco Voters Weigh In

Voters at a polling place in San Francisco City Hall reflect on the importance and experience of the 2008 elections. (Nov. 4)

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Patience PA Voters, You'll Get Your Turn

Governor Ed Rendell of Pennsylvania urged voters to have patience as they stood in long lines, waiting to cast their ballots, expecting an 80% turnout. Courtesy Fox News. (Nov. 4)

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Florida Voting, So Far So Good

Florida voters seem to have experienced very few problems, this election, while voting, unlike four years ago. Courtesy Fox News. (Nov. 4)

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What to watch- 7-8 pm

Jim VandeHei on what to watch in the 7pm hour

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States to Watch in 2008 Election

What states are in play as election results are tallied? WSJ's Laura Meckler weighs in on the close races. (Nov. 4)

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Covidien Looks for New Lease on Life

Barron's Johanna Bennett says that Covidien, though caught up in a ferocious market downdraft, offers a quality stock for uncertain times. (Nov. 4)

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McCain Casts Ballot Then Continues Campaigning

Republican nominee Sen. John McCain breaks Election Day tradition and hits the campaign trail even as the nation votes. Video courtesy of Fox News. (Nov. 4)

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Democrats Seem Set For Gains In Congress

WSJ's Greg Hitt says the Democratic Party looks set to make gains in unfamiliar territory and pad its majority in the Senate. (Nov. 4)

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Obama Counting on Young Voters

WSJ's Sara Murray discusses the significance of young voters to Sen. Barack Obama's campaign. The youth vote, she says, makes up a large portion of the senator's lead. (Nov. 4)

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Pundits Predict

Only a few hours to go

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Indiana in the Spotlight

If Indiana voters hand a victory to Obama it will be a short night for John McCain, according to Patrick Egan, assistant professor of politics at NYU. Egan is also closely watching Virginia, because if those battleground states vote Democratic the GOP candidate would have a hard time finding a path to electoral victory. (11/4)

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Netbooks' Popularity Threatens PC Profits

Barron's Clare McKeen says that demand for personal computers is still growing briskly, and "Netbooks" are endangering high-end PC sales. (Nov. 4)

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Game-Changers!

Jonathan Martin and Mike Allen discuss the two biggest game-changing moments from the general election... and they both said some pretty similar things.

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GaffeMix 2008

A mix tape of some of the gaffes from the 2008 general election.

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An 'Indiscriminate Crisis' for Borrowers

Simon Collins, head of corporate finance for KPMG, talks to MarketWatch's William Watts about the credit crunch's impact on corporate borrowing. (Nov. 4)

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Chicago Votes ... For Obama

Not surprisingly, Chicago was abuzz on Election Day with anticipation that native son Barack Obama will win the race for the White House. WSJ's Andy Jordan reports. (Nov. 4)

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Graveyards Go High-Tech

German mourners can now remember their loved ones who've passed away with a new digital tombstone. Courtesy Reuters. (Nov. 4)

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Hot Stocks Report- Energy

The price of oil jumps, sending the sector higher. Shares of BP, Chevron and Royal Dutch Shell gain ground, but the volatility may not be over. (Nov. 4)

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On Air Emergency

On Air Emergency

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Pistons President on Acquiring Iverson

Joe Dumars, Detroit Pistons president, discusses acquiring Allen Iverson from the Denver Nuggets for Chauncey Billup, Antonio McDyess and Cheikh Samb. He says the trade will shake up their game. Video courtesy of FoxSports.com. (Nov. 4)

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Economic Security- The New American Dream

WSJ's Evan Newmark tells colleague Dennis Berman the rags-to-riches American dream is changing. Americans, he says, are looking for economic security. He discusses what that looks like and what it will take to achieve it. (Nov. 4)

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One Letter


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Morning Roundup 11/4/08

The big day has finally arrived

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It�s Election Day! Make sure you have fun while waiting to vote.

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It's Election Day! Make sure you have fun while waiting to vote.

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As Lines Grow, Candidates Campaign Away

Right now as millions are standing in line to cast their vote for the presidential election, the presidential candidates are out campaigning til the very end. Courtesy Fox News. (Nov. 4)

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Economy a Top Priority for Voters

Voters at a Silver Spring, Md., polling station tell The Wall Street Journal what's important to them in this presidential election. (Nov. 4)

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Early Start Makes for Quick Voting

A Silver Spring, Md., voter shares his early-morning voting experience with The Wall Street Journal. (Nov. 4)

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Battleground States -Part III

A rundown of the top battleground states for Tuesday, Nov. 4th.

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Battleground States - Part II

A rundown of the top battleground states for Tuesday, Nov. 4th.

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Battleground States - Part I

A rundown of the top battleground states for Tuesday, Nov. 4th.

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Security Tight Ahead of Bali Bombers' Executions

Three men, who are members of a militant group, were sentenced to death for their role in attacks on two nightclubs in 2002, killing 202 people. Indonesian police have stepped up security as the executions near. Courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 4)

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Orphan African Penguins Rescued

Penguin chicks are rescued from almost certain starvation on their South African island. Late hatchers are frequently ditched by their parents, but these chicks will have a fighting chance. Video courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 4)

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Early voting at the State House

(Boston Globe) Interview with voters waiting in line at the State House, including John Kerry. And a long line at a polling place in the South End. (By George Rizer, produced by Mark Micheli)

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Early voting at the State House

(Boston Globe) Interview with voters waiting in line at the State House, including John Kerry. And a long line at a polling place in the South End. (By George Rizer, produced by Mark Micheli)

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Tiny New Hampshire Town Goes to Obama

The 21 registered voters of Dixville Notch, N.H., have been first to the polls in every contest since 1960, but Democrats haven't won there in 30 years -- until now. Courtesy of Reuters. (Nov. 4)

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All Eyes on Battleground States as Polls Open

Even with early voting, there could still be a crush at the polls. Both Sen. John McCain and Sen. Barack Obama made final appeals to those voters -- even showing up on Monday Night Football. Courtesy of Fox News. (Nov. 4)

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Politics- Choosing a President

The Times's Katharine Q. Seelye narrates a look back at the two-year campaign.

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Campaign Fashion Flashback

CBS News contributor Laura Schwartz analyzed fashion trends set during the presidential campaign, from Sen. Barack Obama's shoes to Gov. Sarah Palin's skirt suits.

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Sexy TV And Teen Pregnancy

New research shows that by 16 years old, those who watch a high level of sexy television are twice as likely to be pregnant or father an out-of-wedlock baby. Sandra Hughes reports.

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Obama's Last Stand

In the final hours of Campaign '08, presidential candidate Barack Obama has actively pursued states such as Indiana and Virginia which have traditionally been GOP strongholds. Dean Reynolds reports.

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Who Will Win '08 Election?

On the eve of the 2008 presidential election, CBS News senior political correspondent Jeff Greenfield and "Face The Nation" host Bob Schieffer speak with Katie Couric about possible outcomes.

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'The Mac Is Back!'

On his final day of campaigning, John McCain attacked rival Barack Obama on his tax policies. But, as Chip Reid reports, McCain's latest criticism may not be working with voters.

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Obama On Election Day

Barack Obama addresses his greatest fear for election day and tries to assuage GOP concerns about Washington having a Democratic majority if he wins. Katie Couric reports.

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Jim Smith looks ahead to election results

(Boston Globe) Boston Globe political editor Jim Smith speaks about voter turnout and what to expect tonight. By Ed Medina, Globe Staff

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Long lines to vote in Boston's South End

(Boston Globe) Voter Olivia Martin braved long lines at Cathedral High School in the South End to cast her ballot. By Pat Greenhouse, Globe Staff

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Gov. Patrick votes for president

(Boston Globe) Gov. Deval Patrick casts his vote for president at Saint Mary's School in Milton. By Pat Greenhouse, Globe Staff

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Notebook- Voting

With most polls closing soon, there is still time to get out and make a mark on this historic presidential election. Katie Couric has more.

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MoneyWatch

Wall Street had it biggest election rally in decades and a key lending rate fell to the lowest level in five months. Alexis Christoforous reports on today's top business stories.

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Jim Smith looks ahead to election results

(Boston Globe) Boston Globe political editor Jim Smith speaks about voter turnout and what to expect tonight. By Ed Medina, Globe Staff

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The wait is over- America casts its vote

Americans crowded polling stations on Tuesday to vote in their historic election, with front-running Democrat Barack Obama fighting to be the first black US president and Republican John McCain hoping for an upset win.

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Voters go to polls in Obama's home town

In Chicago, Illinois, in a predominantly black working class neighborhood where Michelle Obama grew up, voters were excited to vote inspite of some lenghthy queues.

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The Fight For The SouthWest

Southwest states went Republican in 2004, but this election Sen. Barack Obama has a chance to win Colorado or New Mexico.

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A Close Race In Colorado

KCNC-TV's Michelle Griego reports from a Denver, Colo. polling station where long lines are not expected as half of the state's registered voters took advantage of early voting.

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Chicago Preps For Obama Bash

If Barack Obama wins, the city of Chicago is expecting close to one million revelers at the park site where police are readying themselves for anything, reports Laura Schwartz.

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Early In Ohio, Pennsylvania

Harry Smith talks to local CBS stations in Ohio and Pennsylvania to get a look at what's happening at the polls.

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Missouri, Bellwether State

As Missouri goes, so does the nation, and at the start of Election Day the polls have Sen. John McCain and Sen. Barack Obama in a statistical tie. Harry Smith talks to Mark Schnyder from KMOV-TV.

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Hilary Clinton Expects 'Big Win'

CBS News RAW: Hilary Clinton comments on Sen. Barack Obama's chances on Election Day after voting for Obama at a New York City voting site.

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Sen. John McCain Votes

CBS News RAW: Senator and Mrs. John McCain voted at a Phoenix, Ariz. voting site.

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Palin Votes, Talks Troopergate

CBS News RAW: Gov. Sarah Palin returned home to vote at a site in Wasilla, Ak and after commented on the clearing of her name in the second troopergate probe.

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Wanting to join the European club

Of the eight current candidates to the European Union, Turkey is the most controversial. While a European Commission report on all of them is out on Wednesday, the Turkish people are divided over the issue and Europe is divided over whether to let it into the club.

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Soldiers in Iraq are given US citizenship

On Tuesday 186 soldiers were granted US citizenship in Iraq. They entered the US army with other nationalities and, in a ceremony at Camp Victory in Baghdad, were rewarded for their services.

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voters cast their ballots in McCain's home state of Arizona

In Phoenix, Arizona, John McCain's home state, the first voters cast their ballots without having to wait too long.

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Mediterranean Union agrees on HQ, Arab-Israeli role

Foreign ministers from the new Mediterranean Union struck a deal Tuesday for Barcelona to host the forum's headquarters and for Israel and the Arab League to take part side-by-side.

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John McCain votes in Phoenix

Republican White House hopeful John McCain Tuesday cast his vote in Arizona accompanied by his wife, Cindy, dodging a waiting pack of reporters as Americans voted for their next president. Dressed in a suit and tie, McCain, who was trailing in the polls ahead of Tuesday's election day, ignored a flood of questions including "How did you sleep?" as he left the polling station in Phoenix.

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Gov. Patrick votes for president

(Boston Globe) Gov. Deval Patrick casts his vote for president at Saint Mary's School in Milton. By Pat Greenhouse, Globe Staff

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Long lines to vote in Boston's South End

(Boston Globe) Voter Olivia Martin braved long lines at Cathedral High School in the South End to cast her ballot. By Pat Greenhouse, Globe Staff

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Obama - an inspiration for a minority in Iraq?

Descendants of black rebels in the southern Iraqi oil city of Basra are unconditionally supporting Barack Obama in Tuesday's US election though some fear racism may prevent him from winning.

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Debating The Winner

Democrat and Republican figures debate the Senatorial elections, the presidential election and which presidential candidate will be the better leader.

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Debating The Campaigns

Democrat and Republican figures debate which presidential candidate ran the best campaign and the reasons voters favor one candidate over the other.

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Obama's Final Push

Sen. Barack Obama's Campaign Manager David Plouffe tells Maggie Rodriguez voters are tired of the old polices that he claims Sen. John McCain represents.

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Undecideds Few, But Crucial

Kathy Frankovic tells Harry Smith the latest CBS News poll shows mixed reactions from male voters who chose Bush in 2004, making them a crucial block of undecided voters.

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Nothing To Do But Wait

CBS Political Analysts Dee Dee Myers and Dan Bartlett explain what Election Day is for Senators John McCain and Barack Obama.

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Poll Positions From The Web

Tweeters, texters and vloggers report on the conditions from their local polls. CNET's Natalie Del Conte picks the best for Julie Chen.

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The serach goes on for French kidnap victim

The search continues in Kabul for the French aid worker kidnapped on Monday.

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Midwest Battlegrounds

Polls in battleground states Indiana and Ohio show Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. John McCain with little between them.

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Senatorial Elections Map

The New Republic's Michael Crowley talks to Harry Smith about the Democrat's chances of retaining a majority in the U.S. Senate.

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America votes

Clutching cups of coffee or the morning paper, voters flocked to polling stations on Tuesday to cast their ballots in the hard-fought race for the White House between Democrat Barack Obama and Republican John McCain.

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Obama casts vote in Chicago

Democratic White House hopeful Barack Obama on Tuesday cast his ballot in his home city of Chicago with his young daughter Malia by his side.

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Battle Over The Keystone State

KYW-TV's Elizabeth Hur reports on the long lines and the record number of voters expected at the polls in Philadelphia.

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Voter Problems Rolling In

In the battleground state of Virginia, the number of voter complaints are in the hundreds hours after the polls opened. Investigative correspondent Armen Keteyian explains to Harry Smith.

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Sen. Barack Obama Votes

Caught On Tape: Senator and Mrs. Barack Obama vote at the Shoesmith School Gymnasium in Chicago, Ill.

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Cubans Hope For Change In D.C.

Cuban officials are hosting an international trade fair on the eve of the 2008 U.S. presidential election, as many Cubans anticipate change in Washington. Portia Siegelbaum reports from Havana.

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Roadmap To Victory

CBS News chief Washington correspondent Bob Schieffer analyzes the electoral map and presents potential winning scenarios for each presidential candidate.

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McCain's Election Prediction

Sen. John McCain spoke with Chip Reid on the morning of Election Day about his election predictions and why he will be a better president than Barack Obama.

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Early Battleground Report

There is nothing left to do but vote in the key swing states of Ohio, Florida and Virginia. Maggie Rodriguez talks to CBS News correspondents in these three states.

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Ready, Set, Vote

The presidential candidates returned to their home states to vote after a knockout final day campaigning, reports Jeff Glor.

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Obama's fires up supporters at final rally

Presidential front-runner Barack Obama issued a barnstorming call for change at his final campaign rally in Manassas, Virginia on Monday as he vowed to fight to honor his late grandmother and America's other "quiet heroes."

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All Eyes On Adele

British soul sensation Adele may be relatively young, but she has captivated European audiences with her mature voice. Anthony Mason meets the up and coming singer, who has her sights set on the U.S.

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Cubans Hope For Change In D.C.

Cuban officials are hosting an international trade show on the eve of the 2008 U.S. presidential election, as many Cubans anticipate change in Washington. Portia Siegelbaum reports from Havana.

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Early To Bed, Early To Vote

Many states are finding an astonishing number of voters already casting their ballots. According to a new CBS News Poll, 25% percent of Americans have already voted. Nancy Cordes reports.

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The Race For The Senate

Many states are playing a big part in the race for the Senate and the GOP may take a beating. Byron Pitts explains why.

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The House In Play

Both parties agree that the Democrats will win big and pick up a huge number of seats in the House. Sharyl Attkisson reports.

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Obesity's Impact On Children

Many obese children are finding that they are taking an increased amount of medications for diseases like diabetes, asthma, and attention deficit disorder. Dr. Jon Lapook reports.

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Big Business' Day In Court

The Supreme Court will decide whether patients can sue drug companies after the drug in question has been approved by the FDA. Wyatt Andrews reports on the case's implications.

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Fast Draw- Election Prediction

Exit polls are a valuable tool in helping to navigate who will win an election, but sometimes that might not be enough. Josh Landis and Mitch Butler explain in this edition of "Fast Draw."

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Campaign '08 Inspires Kids

Adults are not the only ones focusing on the '08 presidential election. As Kelly Wallace reports, New York-area elementary school students have been inspired by John McCain and Barack Obama.

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