After campaigning in Pittsburgh earlier in the day, November 7, 2016, Hillary Clinton took her message to Philadelphia, where she met up with President Obama and her supporters were serenaded by Jon Bon Jovi and Bruce Springsteen.
Chinese tourists visit the formerly top secret, now decommissioned, 816 Nuclear Military Plant buried underground in Fuling District, a few hours outside of Chongqing, one of four direct-controlled municipalities in China, on November 5, 2016.
President Obama and Stevie Wonder campaign for Hillary Clinton at Osceola County Stadium in Kissimmee, Fla. on November 6, 2016. The president stressed the need for people to get out and vote on election day.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton was joined by billionaire Mark Cuban and former Steelers legends Mel Blount and Franco Harris as she campaigned at the Fedex Great Hall inside of Heinz Field during a campaign stop on November 4, 2016 in Pittsburgh.
The Chicago Cubs end their 108-year wait with a World Series win over the Cleveland Indians, civilians flee the destruction in Mosul, Cardinal Timothy Dolan does the can-can with the Rockettes, and more.
It's safe to say fans of the Chicago Cubs and the Cleveland Indians have been waiting a long time to see their team crowned world champions. Here's a look at the colorful, faithful supporters of these two storied baseball teams.
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