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Against the odds, Donald Trump has snatched an unlikely victory in key swing states and has been declared the new leader of the free world. Or: Hilary Clinton has comfortably won the US election - just as all the polls predicted. Or: The result of the US election is too close to call and a recount in Florida/New Hampshire/Pennsylvania is likely.

Today, only one of these statements will prove to be true. You can find out which one by watching the live stream right here.

Predicting the future is near impossible -- but that doesn‘t stop us all from having a red hot go. Human beings have been predicting the future since the beginning of history and the results range from the hilarious to the downright uncanny.

One thing all future predictions have in common: they‘re rooted in our current understanding of how the world works. It‘s difficult to escape that mindset. We have no idea how technology will evolve, so our ideas are connected to the technology of today.


On Wednesday, the US election winner will finally be declared and there will be a new president. Will it be Democratic nominee Hilary Clinton or the Republican Party's Donald Trump? The outcome could have a lasting consequence on the Australian economy - so it's important to pay attention. Here's how to watch the election results as they trickle in from each US state and when you can expect to know who won the presidency.


The final US presidential debate is over and now the US population must decide who to vote for. As expected, Donald Trump came out swinging, calling Hillary Clinton a "nasty woman" and hinting that he may not accept the results of the election. No, really. Watch the entire clash unfold right here.


The final US presidential is set to kick off in Las Vegas (where else?) on October 20 as 12pm. This will be the last chance for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump to convince US voters (and the world at large) that they are the best choice for the highest office in the land. With Trump still battling sexual harassment allegations and Clinton mired in dubious Wall Street connections, expect plenty of fireworks. Stuck at work? Here's how to watch the debate online and for free.


Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off onstage today for the second US parliamentary debate -- watch the entire heated exchange here. We asked three scholars from the university where the debate was held to pick a key quote from the evening and tell us why it was important. Here are their choices...


Everyone knows by now that the current, endlessly drawn-out electoral process in the US is remarkable, even by the standards of an increasingly weird political era. The consensus is that no matter who becomes the next president, it will be bad. If it’s Donald Trump, though, it could be apocalyptic.


The US Presidential race is in its final stages, and it's not hyperbolic to suggest the outcome could affect the rest of the world. If you work in IT or simply value your online privacy, it's worth taking a close look at the security policies of both candidates. While we might not have the ability to influence the outcome here in Australia, it definitely pays to be prepared for what might be in store...