What to do when phone drops in to water…..
Kristin Chenoweth is showing us how she warms up her voice before a performance. The Broadway and television actress known for her roles in “Wicked” and “Pushing Daisies” is sharing some of her warm-up techniques before performing a song for us. Comment with your singing questions for Kristin and we’ll ask them.
After winning the presidency, Donald J. Trump addressed supporters: “I will be a president for all Americans.”
What’s it like to grow up in NYC? A dozen kids told us their stories, and sent us videos shot on their phones.
Hillary Clinton, on the FBI director’s letter to Congress: “It’s pretty strange to put something like that out with such little information right before an election.”
The full story: http://nyti.ms/2f32lpF
The race between Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton remains very close. We’re live at The New York Times, bringing you the news as soon as we know it. #election #election2016
It’s Election Day, and we’re in Jackson Heights, Queens, one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the U.S. Leave your questions for voters in the comments, and NYT reporter Deborah Acosta will ask some. #50States
Get an inside look at the latest information on the 2016 election from The New York Times. We are live reporting on the race between Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton, bringing you updates from polling centers and watch parties around the country, as well as live music, illustration, analysis and a ticket into the Trump and Clinton gatherings in New York. #election #election2016
President Obama: “I still believe in hope. I’m still as optimistic as ever about our future and that’s because of you, the American people.”
“The American dream is big enough for everyone,” Hillary Clinton said in her concession speech: http://nyti.ms/2eLHxpq