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2016 US elections

New Hampshire votes certified in 2016 presidential election; Hillary Clinton is official winner in state - NBC News

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New Hampshire, US

#BREAKING: NH police investigating reported attempted abduction https://t.co/ifWTCEFyb9 - @fox25news

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New Hampshire, US

Sander truck seen rolled over on Route 107 in Pittsfield, NH, amid icy conditions; no injuries reported - @dsakowich_WMUR

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New Hampshire, US

Icy roads, wintry conditions cause several crashes across New Hampshire - WMUR

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2016 US elections

President-elect Trump alleges 'serious voter fraud' issues in Virginia, New Hampshire and California during election - The Hill

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New Hampshire, US

#Breaking: NH Attorney General's office, State Police Major Crimes investigating serious assault in Wentworth. https://t.co/q9Ftd0fLX2 via - @WMUR9

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Northeast US winter storm, November 2016

Death toll from winter storm rises to 5 with 2 deaths in New Hampshire blamed on separate accidents on slick roads - Weather Underground

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mergers & acquisitions

Oracle to acquire NH-based cloud performance management company Dyn - @dsakowich_WMUR

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New Hampshire, US

US Climate Prediction Center sees drought conditions persisting in New Hampshire through end of February - WMUR9

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New Hampshire, US

#Breaking: No school bus strike in NH on Thursday as negotiations continue with drivers. via @dsakowich_WMUR - @WMUR9

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2016 US elections

Hillary Clinton wins New Hampshire by roughly 2,700 votes after deadline to request a recount passes, AP projects

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Trump appointments and nominations

Editor's note: Washington Post columnist Josh Rogin reports Donald Trump's team is discussing outgoing Sen. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H., for secretary of defense, according to sources. Retired Army Lt. Gen. Joseph "Keith" Kellogg, former Defense Intelligence Agency director Gen. Mike Flynn and Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., are also reportedly being considered. Ayotte lost her re-election to Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan after a closely-watched race where Ayotte wavered on her support of Trump. - Stephanie

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2016 US elections

GOP Sen. Kelly Ayotte concedes in New Hampshire race, saying she has called to congratulate Gov. Maggie Hassan - @frankthorp

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New Hampshire, US

JUST IN: @RepFrankGuinta concedes #nh01 to @RepSheaPorter #nhpolitics via @jdistaso https://t.co/Rv5VcUNJsP - @WMUR9

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2016 US elections

Editor's note: As of 3:36 p.m. ET, Hillary Clinton still leads the popular vote by more than 200,000. Arizona, Michigan and New Hampshire still have not been called for either Clinton or Donald Trump. Clinton holds a slight lead in New Hampshire, while Trump slightly leads in Arizona and Michigan. - Rebecca

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2016 US elections

Editor's note: A final tally of votes posted online by the New Hampshire secretary of state places Gov. Maggie Hassan, a Democrat, as the winner of the state's hotly-contested U.S. Senate race, beating incumbent Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte by 1,023 votes. Hassan declared victory in the race earlier today, and Ayotte said at the time she would wait for the secretary of state to announce the official results. We are watching for her to concede the race or to request a recount, which state law allows for if the margin of victory is less than 20 percent. - Tricia

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2016 US elections

New Hampshire Secretary of State: Democrat Maggie Hassan wins US Senate race in New Hampshire, unseating Republican Kelly Ayotte - Reuters

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2016 US elections

Republican Kelly Ayotte does not concede in New Hampshire race for US Senate, spokeswoman says - WMUR

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New Hampshire, US

New Hampshire Republican Chris Sununu defeats Democrat Colin Van Ostern to become New Hampshire's next governor, nation's youngest at 42 - WCVB

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2016 US elections

Just 96 votes currently separate Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in New Hampshire, according to an AP count

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