CMA Faces Backlash Over Beyonce-Dixie Chicks Duet The surprise collaboration of Beyonce and the Dixie Chicks at the Country Music Association Awards was still rocking the music world on Thursday, but not all were impressed by the electric performanceand some country fans unleashed their anger on social media.
Companies Are Saying About Donald Trump A number of firms issued congratulatory statements to President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday, while others called for unity in the wake of the election.
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Clinton Could Be the 5th Person to Ever Lose Like This It may be deja vu all over again for Democrats, with the very real possibility emerging that Hillary Clinton will be the second candidate in 16 years to win the popular vote but lose the Electoral College. More Why So Many Pollsters Were So Completely Wrong The prevailing question the morning after Donald Trump's stunning victory is: How did so many get it so wrong?
Wells Fargo Fraud Perpetrators Get Off Scot-Free: Here's Why Bankers Don't Go To Jail Just like after the Great Recession, in the wake of the Wells Fargo scandal, no one seems to be going to jail. How the polls, including ours, missed Trump's victory By Maurice Tamman and Guy Faulconbridge NEW YORK/LONDON (Reuters) - Two days ago, pollsters and statisticians gave Hillary Clinton odds of between 75 and 99 percent of winning the U. Clinton, Obama pledge unity behind Trump presidency By Steve Holland and John Whitesides (Reuters) - Republican Donald Trump put aside the celebrations and focused on Wednesday on his 73-day transition to the White House as rival Hillary Clinton Thousands take to streets of U. cities to protest Trump victory By Timothy Mclaughlin and Alexander Besant CHICAGO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Throngs of demonstrators marched in cities across the United States on Wednesday to protest Republican Donald Trump's surprise Trump Won, So Martin Shkreli Is Sharing His Wu-Tang Album Well, it seems Donald Trump isn't going anywhere.
Also not going anywhere: Martin Shkreli , who took the opportunity of Trump's victory to release some unheard Wu-Tang tracks.