SINGAPORE - The Straits Times will be covering the 2016 US presidential election "live", from the minute the polls open on Tuesday (Nov 8) to the moment the winner is announced on Wednesday, Singapore time.
Will Mrs Hillary Clinton enter the White House as the first female US president, or will Mr Donald Trump manage a stunning upset?
You can get the latest election news from our website www.straitstimes.com, and follow the action on our special live blog str.sg/usliveblog, as well as on www.facebook.com/TheStraitsTimes/ and on Twitter @STcom starting from 6.30pm, Tuesday, when most polls will open for voting in the US.
Readers can get unlimited access to US election stories on www.straitstimes.com from 5am on Tuesday until Thursday midnight.
Live results will be updated on the website after polls close at 8am on Wednesday, Singapore time.
ST's US bureau chief Jeremy Au Yong, senior correspondent Nirmal Ghosh, and US correspondents Melissa Sim and Paul Zach will report from the ground when the polls open and provide instant analyses of the results as they come in.
Reporters here in Singapore will be reporting from the US Embassy.