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Front Page: Kenya Declares Holiday to Celebrate Obama


  • Kenya has declared Thursday a public holiday to celebrate the election of Barack Obama to the US presidency. Obama's father was from Kenya, and his victory has prompted jubilation across the country. — BBC News
  • After a heated, divisive campaign, fueled by a record $73 million in spending, California voters appear to be backing Proposition 8, which would change the state constitution to ban same-sex marriage. With more than half the vote counted, the measure was piling up huge margins in the Central Valley but losing in every Bay Area county but one. — San Francisco Chronicle

  • The senate race in Minnesota seems headed for a recount. Republican Sen. Norm Coleman finished ahead of Democrat Al Franken early Wednesday in the final vote count, but his 571-vote margin falls within the state's mandatory recount law. — Associated Press
  • With the Democrats celebrating a Barack Obama presidency, as well as an increase in their majority control of Congress, the attention now turns to the hard part: legislating. — ABC News
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