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FEDERAL JUDGE GIVES FLORIDA VOTERS UNTIL SATURDAY TO CORRECT SIGNATURE PROBLEMS ROILING CLOSE RACES

Florida’s historic recount was thrown once more into uncertainty Thursday when a federal judge ruled that thousands of voters whose ballots were rejected because of issues with their signatures will have two more days to resolve the problems and possibly have their votes counted.

STOCKS SNAP 5-DAY LOSING STREAK ON STRENGTH IN APPLE, JPMORGAN

The major stock indexes snapped multiday losing steaks Thursday as J. P. Morgan Chase led banks higher and iPhone maker Apple bounced rebounded after dipping into bear market territory earlier in the week.

THE WAR IN AFGHANISTAN, AMERICA’S LONGEST CONFLICT

Last month the United States passed a dubious missed milestone, as the war in Afghanistan has now entered its seventeenth year, after thousands of casualties and expenditures of hundreds of billions of dollars, the U.S still doesn’t have an effective strategy for bringing peace to this troubled country.

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PUBLISHED ON NOV 15 2018

TRUMP VISITS MARINES WHO RECENTLY HELPED DC FIRE

President Donald Trump is paying a visit to the Marine Barracks in Washington to meet with marines who responded to a recent fire at a public housing complex in the nation’s capital.

PUBLISHED ON NOV 16 2018

CALIFORNIA’S HERO FIREFIGHTERS SLEEP IN MAKESHIFT TENT CITY

Exhausted firefighters in California, USA, have to sleep in cold tents after a long day’s painstaking work of fighting wildfires that have raged for over a week.

PUBLISHED ON NOV 15 2018

FLORIDA SENATE RACE HEADED TO MANUAL RECOUNT

The Florida Senate race is heading to a hand recount after a machine review of the initial vote kept Democratic Sen. Bill Nelson narrowly behind his challenger, Republican Gov. Rick Scott.