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PhilippinesSportsFinanceTechAutosLifestyleCelebrityMoviesVideosphilippinesNewsSunstarPalace to Trillanes: Duterte could work 'like hell'PRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte could work "like hell" to deliver great work as the highest official in the land, Malacañang said on Friday, November 16.Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo made SponsoredQuickenLoans NMLS#3030Recalculate Your House Payment With Quicken LoansIf you owe less than $679,650, try this radically simple refi experience from Quicken Loans to see if you can lock a low rate that will never climb. NewsSunstar'Productive meeting' seen among Apec leadersPRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte will undoubtedly have a "fruitful and productive" meeting with fellow Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) leaders in Papua New Guinea, Malacañang on Friday, November NewsSunstarCebu transport office looks to purchase speed gunsAS A MEASURE to prevent road accidents due to overspeeding motorists, the Cebu City Transportation Office (CCTO) wants to purchase two speed guns and a decibel meter worth P202,395.During the budget hearing NewsSunstarDuterte, Abe eye stronger peace, infra cooperationPRESIDENT Rodrigo Duterte and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe talked about the Philippines and Japan's cooperation on peace and infrastructure during their bilateral meeting in Singapore, Malacañang BurlingameToday18°7°Sat16°8°Sun16°8°Mon15°8°What to Read NextWinner of record-breaking lotto prize gives PHP4.8 million to colleaguesCoconuts ManilaNew Homes at Bloom at Green Valley For Your FamilyTRI Pointe HomesSponsoredSnow and Hurricane-Force Winds Pummel NewfoundlandStoryfulSUV falls into Pasig RiverCoconuts ManilaCyclone Gaja Wreaks Havoc in Pudukkottai, IndiaStoryful20 Icons Who Lost Fortune And Fame Rather QuicklyHer MomentsSponsoredPublic attorneys’ office chief accidentally divulges confidential information regarding Dengvaxia case to mediaCoconuts Manila10 times you shouldn't have sexBusiness InsiderDraymond Green remains unapologetic in statement on Kevin Durant disputeYahoo SportsThese 65 Rare Historical Photos Will Shock YouBoredom TherapySponsoredCyclone Gaja Descends on Pudukkottai, IndiaStoryfulNorth Korea tests new 'ultramodern tactical weapon'AFP NewsModernized Laguna Lake Highway officially opensUNTV NewsThe Most Iconic Oscar Dresses Of All TimeArticlesvallySponsoredAs Duterte takes ‘power naps’, 93-year-old Dr M says never skips meetingsMalay MailCommuters Face Huge Delays at New York Port Authority Bus Terminal After SnowstormStoryfulDuterte approves Filipino sign language lawUNTV NewsHow will you benefit from historic tax changes?Wells FargoSponsoredNew Jersey couple and homeless man whose feel-good story went viral charged with GoFundMe scamYahoo NewsHome DNA tests doom anonymity for sperm, egg donorsAFP NewsCars Stuck on Snow Covered Streets in New York City Amid Storm ChaosStoryful16 Popular Gadgets Selling Like Crazy This Holidayhttps://topgadgetsdaily.comSponsoredKhmer Rouge leaders found guilty of genocide in landmark rulingAFP NewsIs this the end of the road for Carmelo Anthony?Yahoo Sports


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Yahoo News Phillipines


PhilippinesSportsFinanceTechAutosLifestyleCelebrityMoviesVideosTamera Mowry-Housley Shares Touching Post After Niece’s Memorial ServiceThe TV personality’s niece Alaina Housley was killed in last week’s Thousand Oaks shooting.Read More » Concert-like atmosphere at cinemas on BTS movie's opening daySandiganbayan defers Marcos arrest after graft convictionMarian Rivera admits challenges of second pregnancyFinanceAssociated PressAP Top Extended Financial Headlines at 4:51 a.m. ESTWorld markets mixed on trade tensions and political risks surrounding Britain's exit from the European Union 1SponsoredQuickenLoans NMLS#3030Recalculate Your House Payment With Quicken LoansIf you owe less than $679,650, try this radically simple refi experience from Quicken Loans to see if you can lock a low rate that will never climb. FinanceAssociated PressWorld markets mixed on trade, Brexit tensionsWorld markets were mixed on Friday as trade tensions and political risks surrounding Britain's exit from the European Union weighed on sentiment. Britain's FTSE 100 gained 0.3 percent to 7,058.10. CHINA-U.S. TRADE: Markets were boosted by a Financial Times report citing unnamed sources that NewsAFP NewsHard-working Momota into Hong Kong semisTop-ranked Kento Momota knocked out Asian Games champion Jonatan Christie to reach the Hong Kong Open semi-finals on Friday after being stretched to three games for the third match in a row. The reigning world champion found extra reserves of strength for his 22-24, 21-9, 21-9 win over Indonesia' BurlingameToday18°7°Sat16°8°Sun16°8°Mon15°8°What to Read NextWinner of record-breaking lotto prize gives PHP4.8 million to colleaguesCoconuts ManilaThese 65 Rare Historical Photos Will Shock YouBoredom TherapySponsoredSnow and Hurricane-Force Winds Pummel NewfoundlandStoryfulSUV falls into Pasig RiverCoconuts ManilaCyclone Gaja Wreaks Havoc in Pudukkottai, IndiaStoryful20 Icons Who Lost Fortune And Fame Rather QuicklyHer MomentsSponsoredPublic attorneys’ office chief accidentally divulges confidential information regarding Dengvaxia case to mediaCoconuts Manila10 times you shouldn't have sexBusiness InsiderDraymond Green remains unapologetic in statement on Kevin Durant disputeYahoo SportsWhat They Did In Airport Security Got Them StaringEternalLifeStyleSponsoredCyclone Gaja Descends on Pudukkottai, IndiaStoryfulNorth Korea tests new 'ultramodern tactical weapon'AFP NewsModernized Laguna Lake Highway officially opensUNTV News16 Popular Gadgets Selling Like Crazy This Holidayhttps://topgadgetsdaily.comSponsoredAs Duterte takes ‘power naps’, 93-year-old Dr M says never skips meetingsMalay MailCommuters Face Huge Delays at New York Port Authority Bus Terminal After SnowstormStoryfulDuterte approves Filipino sign language lawUNTV NewsNew Homes at Bloom at Green Valley For Your FamilyTRI Pointe HomesSponsoredNew Jersey couple and homeless man whose feel-good story went viral charged with GoFundMe scamYahoo NewsHome DNA tests doom anonymity for sperm, egg donorsAFP NewsCars Stuck on Snow Covered Streets in New York City Amid Storm ChaosStoryfulMan Finds Abandoned WWII Airfield And It's CreepyMental FlareSponsoredKhmer Rouge leaders found guilty of genocide in landmark rulingAFP NewsIs this the end of the road for Carmelo Anthony?Yahoo Sports


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Record-breaking lotto prize winner gives away P4.8mOne of the winners of the highest lotto cash prize to be recorded in Philippine history gave away money to his colleagues on Wednesday in Eastern Samar. Gives P5,000 each »


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PhilippinesSportsFinanceTechAutosLifestyleCelebrityMoviesVideoscelebrityEntertainmentEntertainment TonightTamera Mowry-Housley Shares Touching Post After Niece’s Memorial ServiceThe TV personality’s niece Alaina Housley was killed in last week’s Thousand Oaks shooting. SponsoredQuickenLoans NMLS#3030Recalculate Your House Payment With Quicken LoansIf you owe less than $679,650, try this radically simple refi experience from Quicken Loans to see if you can lock a low rate that will never climb. StyleThe Hive AsiaConcert-like atmosphere at cinemas on BTS movie's opening dayFans, known as BTS Army, gathered at the cinemas to celebrate the movie's release StyleThe Hive AsiaFazura plans on collaborating with Westlife's Shane FilanHowever, she wants to meet the Irish singer in person first before working together StyleThe Hive AsiaMarian Rivera admits challenges of second pregnancyThe actress says that her second pregnancy is harder than her previous one BurlingameToday18°7°Sat16°8°Sun16°8°Mon15°8°What to Read NextWinner of record-breaking lotto prize gives PHP4.8 million to colleaguesCoconuts ManilaNew Homes at Bloom at Green Valley For Your FamilyTRI Pointe HomesSponsoredSnow and Hurricane-Force Winds Pummel NewfoundlandStoryfulSUV falls into Pasig RiverCoconuts ManilaCyclone Gaja Wreaks Havoc in Pudukkottai, IndiaStoryful20 Icons Who Lost Fortune And Fame Rather QuicklyHer MomentsSponsoredPublic attorneys’ office chief accidentally divulges confidential information regarding Dengvaxia case to mediaCoconuts Manila10 times you shouldn't have sexBusiness InsiderDraymond Green remains unapologetic in statement on Kevin Durant disputeYahoo SportsThese 65 Rare Historical Photos Will Shock YouBoredom TherapySponsoredCyclone Gaja Descends on Pudukkottai, IndiaStoryfulNorth Korea tests new 'ultramodern tactical weapon'AFP NewsModernized Laguna Lake Highway officially opensUNTV NewsHow will you benefit from historic tax changes?Wells FargoSponsoredAs Duterte takes ‘power naps’, 93-year-old Dr M says never skips meetingsMalay MailCommuters Face Huge Delays at New York Port Authority Bus Terminal After SnowstormStoryfulDuterte approves Filipino sign language lawUNTV News16 Popular Gadgets Selling Like Crazy This Holidayhttps://topgadgetsdaily.comSponsoredNew Jersey couple and homeless man whose feel-good story went viral charged with GoFundMe scamYahoo NewsHome DNA tests doom anonymity for sperm, egg donorsAFP NewsCars Stuck on Snow Covered Streets in New York City Amid Storm ChaosStoryfulWhat investors can expect in tech for rest of 2018Wells Fargo AdvisorsSponsoredKhmer Rouge leaders found guilty of genocide in landmark rulingAFP NewsIs this the end of the road for Carmelo Anthony?Yahoo Sports


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Sports


PhilippinesSportsFinanceTechAutosLifestyleCelebrityMoviesVideossportsSportsReutersNBA roundup: Harden, Rockets top depleted WarriorsJames Harden scored 12 of his team-high 27 points in the third quarter, and the Houston Rockets rode a balanced offensive attack to a 107-86 victory over the visiting Golden State Warriors on Thursday. James Ennis III chipped in 19 points while Eric Gordon scored 17 off the bench for the Rockets, who SponsoredQuickenLoans NMLS#3030Recalculate Your House Payment With Quicken LoansIf you owe less than $679,650, try this radically simple refi experience from Quicken Loans to see if you can lock a low rate that will never climb. SportsReutersNHL roundup: Point rallies Lightning with hat trackBrayden Point's natural hat trick Thursday erased an early two-goal deficit for the visiting Tampa Bay Lightning en route to a 4-3 win over the Pittsburgh Penguins. Yanni Gourde scored the deciding goal in the second period, and Nikita Kucherov had three assists for Tampa Bay, which ended a two-game SportsReutersCavs' Love on a mission to change attitudes about mental healthNow he is hoping to spread the message that seeking help is a sign of strength, not weakness, with a web series called "Locker Room Talk," where he interviews athletes like Michael Phelps, Channing Frye and Paul Pierce about their own mental health struggles. "So opening up about it and SportsReutersBoxing: Japanese promoter insists Mayweather will compete at MMA eventAfter announcing he would take on Nasukawa at the next Rizin Fighting Federation event in Saitama at a news conference in Tokyo this month, the American reneged on his commitment to the contest upon his return to the United States. Mayweather said on his Instagram account that he only agreed to a three-round BurlingameToday18°7°Sat16°8°Sun16°8°Mon15°8°What to Read NextWinner of record-breaking lotto prize gives PHP4.8 million to colleaguesCoconuts ManilaNew Homes at Bloom at Green Valley For Your FamilyTRI Pointe HomesSponsoredSnow and Hurricane-Force Winds Pummel NewfoundlandStoryfulSUV falls into Pasig RiverCoconuts ManilaCyclone Gaja Wreaks Havoc in Pudukkottai, IndiaStoryful20 Icons Who Lost Fortune And Fame Rather QuicklyHer MomentsSponsoredPublic attorneys’ office chief accidentally divulges confidential information regarding Dengvaxia case to mediaCoconuts Manila10 times you shouldn't have sexBusiness InsiderDraymond Green remains unapologetic in statement on Kevin Durant disputeYahoo SportsThese 65 Rare Historical Photos Will Shock YouBoredom TherapySponsoredCyclone Gaja Descends on Pudukkottai, IndiaStoryfulNorth Korea tests new 'ultramodern tactical weapon'AFP NewsModernized Laguna Lake Highway officially opensUNTV NewsThe Most Iconic Oscar Dresses Of All TimeArticlesvallySponsoredAs Duterte takes ‘power naps’, 93-year-old Dr M says never skips meetingsMalay MailCommuters Face Huge Delays at New York Port Authority Bus Terminal After SnowstormStoryfulDuterte approves Filipino sign language lawUNTV NewsHow will you benefit from historic tax changes?Wells FargoSponsoredNew Jersey couple and homeless man whose feel-good story went viral charged with GoFundMe scamYahoo NewsHome DNA tests doom anonymity for sperm, egg donorsAFP NewsCars Stuck on Snow Covered Streets in New York City Amid Storm ChaosStoryful16 Popular Gadgets Selling Like Crazy This Holidayhttps://topgadgetsdaily.comSponsoredKhmer Rouge leaders found guilty of genocide in landmark rulingAFP NewsIs this the end of the road for Carmelo Anthony?Yahoo Sports


Dueling narratives in Florida

Dueling narratives in Florida


Democrats and Republicans offer dueling narratives in recount as Thursday deadline nearsJon WardSenior Political Correspondent,Yahoo News•November 14, 2018Demonstrators gather Wednesday outside the Broward County elections office where workers are recounting ballots. (Photo: Wilfredo Lee/AP)MoreLAUDERHILL, Fla. – Florida Democrats stood outside the Broward County elections office Wednesday afternoon in 90-degree heat, demanding that the state’s recount go forward, while a handful of Republican protesters heckled them. “You would expect everyone, regardless of party, to do the same, to fight to make sure everyone’s vote is counted. We must count every vote,” said state Rep. Shevrin Jones, a Democrat who represents southeast Broward County. Democrats beside Jones held signs that said, “Little Marco is Afraid of counting our VOTES,” and “Trump, Scott, Rubio Afraid of Democracy,” referring to Sen. Marco Rubio, Gov. Rick Scott, and President Donald Trump, who have said without evidence that Democrats are trying to use subterfuge to tilt the Florida election in their favor. As Jones spoke, a small group of Republicans tried to drown him out with a small bullhorn, chanting “stop the steal!” over and over. It was one of the few moments of color outside the Broward elections office on an otherwise quiet day, though the police presence was bulked up in anticipation of a deadline Thursday that will determine whether recounts in the U.S. Senate race and gubernatorial election move to a second stage of a hand recount. The Senate race, along with a contest for agriculture commissioner, are both likely to head into a hand recount, which is mandated under state law for any race where the difference between two candidates is less than 0.25 percent. Most ballots cast by voters have already been counted by machine tally, and a hand recount takes a smaller number of ballots that were read by the machine as showing no vote in a race, or more votes than were allowed. That second category, the overvote, sometimes happens when a voter starts to fill in a bubble for one candidate and then either changes their mind or realizes they are shading in the wrong circle, and fills in the other bubble. A Florida TV reporter tweeted out a photoof a ballot that was read as an overvote by machines in Manatee County. If and when elections head to a hand recount, after the 3 p.m. deadline for the machine recount on Thursday, each party will need to have volunteers at every county office to observe the handling of each overvote and undervote ballot, and to speak up if they think a ballot represents a vote for their candidate. Those contested ballots will then be considered by each county’s canvassing board — “a body made upof the local supervisor of elections, a county court judge and the chair of the board of county commissioners” — with a noon deadline on Sunday for that process. This is an example of an overvote. According to Mike Bennett, Manatee County Supervisor of Elections, this is one of the ballots the machine flagged as having voted for two candidates in the same race. A ballot like this would be processed in a manual recount ⁦@BN9⁩ pic.twitter.com/1q9GRUN3fI — Angie Angers (@angie_angers) November 13, 2018 But Broward will be a focus, since it is the second-most populous county in the state after Miami-Dade and a Democratic stronghold. If Sen. Bill Nelson, a Democratic incumbent, has any hope of making up the 12,562-vote lead that Scott, the current governor, has over him, it will be in Broward. There were 34,051 ballots the machine scanners counted as voting in the gubernatorial election, but not for the Senate race, and 21,097 of those were in Broward. It’s not yet known how many votes during the recount in Broward have actually been set aside for a hand recount. On Wednesday, a Broward County official ushered a Yahoo News reporter down a hall to where a sheriff’s deputy stood guard in front of a locked gate, behind which were 16 boxes of under- and overvotes. I asked Broward County officials to show me where the over and under votes are being stored — these are the ballots that will be counted in a hand recount. They took me down a hall to where boxes of sealed ballots are in bins behind a locked fence guarded by a Sheriffs deputy pic.twitter.com/s6HpZa9lfj — Jon Ward (@jonward11) November 14, 2018 Palm Beach County is another trouble spot, both because it is a Democrat-heavy area but also because elections officials there are having the most trouble meeting the Thursday deadline and may not finishtheir machine recount in time. But many Democrats admit that the odds are long that a hand recount will change the result. Only three times in 26 major racesthat went through a recount process since 2000 has there been a changed outcome. But Democrats insist that a recount is important to show that voters can have confidence in their electoral system and that they have a voice in government. “Will it change [the outcome]? Probably not,” Jones told Yahoo News. “But at least it was done the right way to show people that they can have faith in the process.” Steve Schale, a veteran Democratic operative in the state, agreed that it’s a long shot for Nelson. But, he said, “the conspiracy theories manage to find their way around both sides, and so I think there’s an element of just double checking the math.” “At least it will make it easier for all of us to maintain some sanity in this conversation going forward,” Schale said. Sen. Bill Nelson speaks about the Florida election in Washington on Wednesday, alongside Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer. (Photo: Al Drago/Reuters)MoreBut Republicans on Wednesday began suggesting a more political motive that Democrats might have for their recount push. A series of legal challengesby Nelson’s campaign seeks to lower thresholds for counting votes. One suit, for example, seeks to extend the deadline of the recount. Republicans, who had spent much of the last week accusing Democrats of fraud and dirty tricks, without any specific evidence for such claims, have altered their messaging to say that the recount effort is about making it easier for more votes to be counted in the 2020 presidential election. “They know they lost. They know that Rick Scott is the Senator-elect. They don’t care, because this isn’t about 2018 and this isn’t about Bill Nelson,” Chris Hartline, a spokesman for Scott’s campaign, said in a statement. “This is about 2020.” Democrats, Hartline said, are “working overtime to change Florida’s election laws so they can try to win a presidential election two years from now.” Amid all the drama over the Senate seat that will affect the size of the Republican majority in Washington, the around-the-clock recount was taking its toll on elections office workers and volunteers in county offices who have spent much of the last week working on this. Although the race has not yet been called, Rick Scott of Florida (right) posed for a photo Thursday in Washington with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (second from right) and, from left, Republican Sens.-elect Mitt Romney of Utah, Josh Hawley of Missouri and Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee. (Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images)More“I just can’t wait until this is all over,” said one Broward County employee to another during a smoke break outside, under the arches of a giant strip mall. The Broward County office is situated next to a Goodwill Superstore and a Winn Dixie grocery store. Inside the elections office, Democratic volunteers wondered whether they should ask volunteers to come in for four-hour shifts or eight-hour shifts, if Broward County relented on its demand that volunteers for the hand recount serve 12-hour shifts. That kind of requirement would make it harder to recruit people to sit and perform the mind-numbing duty of watching officials examine undervotes and overvotes. Barbra Stern, a volunteer attorney who was in the Broward office, said the long days and early mornings were wearing her down. “I’m auditioning for a part in ‘The Walking Dead,’” Stern said, referring to the popular TV show about a zombie apocalypse. Employees at the Broward County elections office recount ballots Wednesday in Lauderhill, Fla. (Photo: Wilfredo Lee/AP)More_____ Read more from Yahoo News: The CIA’s communications suffered a catastrophic compromise. 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