Major voting problems scant despite ominous warnings

WASHINGTON (AP) — Election Day came and went with no obvious signs of the catastrophic problems some had feared, including large-scale fraud, intimidation or hacking.

  • Written by CHRISTINA A. CASSIDY, Associated Press ERIC TUCKER, Associated Press

Millions scramble after India scraps its largest banknotes

NEW DELHI (AP) — Indians awakened to confusion Wednesday as banks and ATMs remained closed after the government withdrew the highest-denomination currency notes overnight to halt money laundering in a country where many in the poor and middle-class still rely mainly on cash.

  • Written by MUNEEZA NAQVI, Associated Press

Election Day: Americans choose between Clinton and Trump

WASHINGTON (AP) — A polarized America went to the polls Tuesday to pick its 45th president, choosing to elect either Hillary Clinton as the first woman to be president or billionaire businessman Donald Trump, the final act of a long and rancorous campaign that upended U.S. politics.

  • Written by JULIE PACE, AP White House Correspondent