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Leonard Cohen, Legendary Singer-Songwriter, Has Died
Leonard Cohen , the Canadian poet, novelist and musician best known for writing the song "Hallelujah," has died. He was 82. News of Cohen’s death was posted on his Facebook page. "It is with profound sorrow we report that legendary poet, songwriter and artist, Leonard Cohen has passed away," read
Hillary Clinton Publicly Concedes: 'This Is Painful and It Will Be for a Long Time'
Hillary Clinton formally and publicly conceded to Donald Trump this morning after an upset defeat in the presidential election . "Last night I congratulated Donald Trump and offered to work with him on behalf of our country. I hope that he will be a successful president for all Americans," she said
The Morning After in Clinton World
ABC News' Josh Haskell and Cecilia Vega are outside The New Yorker Hotel awaiting remarks by Hillary Clinton the morning after she concedes the presidential race to Donald Trump.
The Note: The Trump Era Begins
NOTABLES --TRUMP BECOMES PRESIDENT ELECT AFTER CLINTON CONCEDES IN HISTORIC AND BITTER CONTEST: Hillary Clinton conceded the hard-fought presidential contest to her Republican rival Donald Trump early Wednesday morning after the real estate mogul, a political novice, achieved victory in a number of
7 of the Most Controversial Lines of the 2016 Election
This 2016 presidential election cycle has not been without controversy. Whether it was an intentional comment or slip of the tongue, the candidates have made more than a few comments that resulted in raised eyebrows. Here are some of the most controversial lines of the election: TRUMP ON MEXICAN
The Note: Clinton Vaults to Double-Digit Lead in New ABC News Poll
NOTABLES --POLL: AS VOTERS INCREASINGLY DISAPPROVE OF TRUMP CONTROVERSIES, CLINTON STRETCHES LEAD: Hillary Clinton has vaulted to a double-digit advantage in the inaugural ABC News 2016 election tracking poll, boosted by broad disapproval of Donald Trump on two controversial issues: His treatment
Leonard Cohen Says He's 'Ready to Die'
Leonard Cohen is at peace with his life. The singer gave an interview to The New Yorker in which he reflected on his 82 years and his feelings on mortality. After a decades-long career as a musician and a poet, Cohen, who is still toying with new lyrics, told the magazine that he is "ready to die."
Netflix CEO Says Trump Win 'So Bad for America'
At a conference on in New York City on Friday, Netflix co-founder and CEO Reed Hastings said a Trump presidency would "so bad" for the country that any concerns about its effect on the economy would be secondary. The internet movie and TV chief made the comment on stage at The New Yorker TechFest,
No More Questions
This story appears in ESPN The Magazine's October 17 Great Debates Issue. Subscribe today! H e went by Billy at his first NFL job. It was 1975. He was 23, a failed college football lineman, and the Baltimore Colts agreed to hire Billy Belichick as a glorified gofer. Since then, he has been called
New York City on Edge After Explosion in Manhattan
Authorities review surveillance footage in attempt to track down who's responsible for the blast.