The FBI is sticking with its decision (from July) that Hillary Clinton shouldn’t face criminal charges for her private email server. Janet Reno, the first woman to serve as US attorney general, has died at 78. And how BuzzFeed News will call the election results on Tuesday.
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The FBI is sticking with its decision that Hillary Clinton should not face criminal charges for hosting her emails on a private server while she was secretary of state.
Meanwhile, Donald Trump stepped up his attacks on Muslim refugees in one of his last speeches from the campaign trail, saying they will bring “generations of terrorism” into the US, adding that Minnesota had “suffered enough” since the state has become home to Somali refugees.
We’ll be transparent about those expectations, and start the night with the map above — something you might recognize from 270toWin and other sites. We’ll color in the states that we expect to go to either candidate, and have our electoral college tally reflect that starting point.
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The new face of CoverGirl wears a hijab and it’s a ~big deal~.
The makeup company’s newest brand ambassador is Muslim beauty blogger Nura Afia. Afia told Glamour.com that it all felt surreal and “I never thought I would see Muslim women represented on such a large scale.”
CoverGirl has signed Janelle Monae, Sofia Vergara, and James Charles — its first ever male face — to represent the company on billboards and in TV commercials.
Afia will be a face for CoverGirl’s So Lashy! BlastPro Mascara. Babylailalov / Via youtube.com
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US news: Janet Reno, the first woman to serve as US attorney general, has died at 78. She was appointed by Bill Clinton in 1993.