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When I read about his wandering the beach at age 3, I thought of one of my mother’s memories, recounted to me throughout my life.

In April, CNN anchor Chris Cuomo tested positive and later recounted on-air his “haunted” night with a 103-degree fever.

She recounted how she and her staff had worked 16 hours a day, through a pandemic, to double-check the results for the county’s more than 1,100 precincts, where 878,000 ballots had to be counted in a nearly impossible two weeks.

In Fossil Men, journalist Kermit Pattison recounts intriguing backstories of the Ardi scientists and how they came to challenge popular views of hominid evolution.

Corliss recounted all this to me last winter while steering his big Winnebago RV northbound on Interstate 15, toward a skydiving center east of Los Angeles.

Georgia’s Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger announced on Wednesday a "full, by-hand recount" of ballots cast in the presidential election in every county in the state.

Typically, the modern transition process doesn't wait for that to happen, and the precedent the GSA is leaning on here comes from 2000, when no news network was able to call the election pending recounts in Florida.

Newspapers and magazines ran special editions recounting the drama of that night.

Former secretary of state James Baker, a close family friend and Bush’s point person on the Florida recount, had been on the phone discussing the opinion with the governor’s lawyers.

Twenty years after the Florida recount, which Democrats believe they might have won had they anticipated Republican tactics, liberals are largely holding their fire.


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