Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi wins reader’s poll for TIME’s ‘Person of the Year’

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When it comes to popularity, India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi seems way ahead of the U.S. President Barack Obama and even Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. 

Modi topped the online reader’s poll for TIME’s “Person of the Year,” garnering 18 percent of the votes, the magazine revealed Monday. The magazine will announce its editorial choice for “Person of the Year” on Dec. 7. 

In comparison, Obama, Donald Trump, and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange each received 7 percent of the votes, followed by Hillary Clinton, who managed 4 percent of the votes, and Zuckerberg, with 2 percent of approval from the people. Read more…

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Sasha Obama slays as she raps along with Chance the Rapper

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LONDON — Chance the Rapper is no stranger to the White House. In fact, he’s been there three times alone in the past year.

During the 94th annual lighting of the National Christmas Tree, Chance performed the track “Sunday Candy”— much to the delight of one member of the audience in particular. 

Sasha Obama lip-synced to the song from the audience, where she was sitting with her parents. And, she appeared to know every. single. lyric. 

Sasha Obama just lip-synced to Chance the Rapper at the National Christmas Tree Lighting pic.twitter.com/yDlubgAZK9

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