Millions are heading to the polls in the UK general election. This line of BBC’s overview caught my attention: “After six weeks of campaigning and debate, people have been casting their vote at around 50,000 polling stations.” Six weeks? We spent six weeks on Hilary’s email server. The election results are unusually unpredictable. You can follow along live with the BBC’s election page.

+ If you’ve got some catching up to do, here’s Buzzfeed’s guide to everything you need to know about the UK’s general election.

+ While we’re over in that neck of the woods, let’s check in with a London plan to use DNA testing to sniff out owners who don’t properly pick up after their pets.