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San Bernardino Recalls Terror Attack

Earlier, cyclists conducted a 14-mile bike ride - one mile for each person who was killed. Authorities have said they were inspired by Islamist extremism. In the evening, another San Bernardino event was expected to draw at least 2,000 participants to an arena. "While we have not charged anyone with providing support to Farook and Malik, we certainly will continue to investigate to determine if they were supported in any way", she said in a telephone interview.



Patriots' Gronkowski on IR after season-ending back surgery

While slowly moving forwards, he says, "Dance floor tomorrow night, here I come". Another former National Football League team doctor said Gronkowski has a " reasonable chance for full recovery ", by the way, while Gronkowski's agent has said in the past that each of his surgeries were for different reasons , so it's hard to predict how he'll actually bounce back from all of this.



Death toll grows to 36 in Oakland warehouse fire

President Barack Obama is expressing his sympathies to the people of Oakland as families of victims and residents deal with one of the worst fires in the state's history. 3, 2016, in Oakland, Calif . Firefighters struggled to get to bodies in the rubble Saturday, after a deadly fire tore through a converte. The recovery operation was delayed as the roof collapsed and the second story fell onto the first.



Focus of recount effort shifts to Michigan, Pennsylvania

Green Party-backed lawyers moved their fight for a recount of Pennsylvania's November 8 presidential election results to federal court Monday, hoping the new venue and a last-minute shift in strategy would favor their push for an audit of the state's almost 24,000 voting machines.



Judge orders Michigan recount to begin at noon Monday

U.S. District Judge, Mark Goldsmith , on Monday, issued a ruling instructing state authorities to start the recount at noon (1700 GMT) in order to meet a December 13 deadline to certify the vote. Stein says she does not expect the recount to change the outcome, but wants to test the integrity of the voting systems. Stein has paid about $4.5 million for the recounts in Wisconsin and MI, so far.


Stein continues with recount effort

Stein continues with recount effort

U.S. Green Party candidate Jill Stein has dropped a state-wide recount of the presidential election in the state of Pennsylvania, National Public Radio reported Saturday. Meanwhile, Michigan's appeals court will hear arguments Tuesday on a Trump request to halt the recount . The group of concerned academics and lawyers claim that Clinton may have been denied as many as 30,000 votes (she lost Wisconsin by 27,000 votes ).