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"A Florida judge says he has seen no evidence of wrongdoing and the vote counting in Broward County and Circuit Judge chief Jack tutor has urged all sides to quote ramp down the rhetoric. Corespondent, Jessica dean has more have been no indications that there is any fraud here or any criminal activity that is coming from the secretary of state's office and also the department of law enforcement here again, saying everything right now is okay. Florida's sixty seven counties have until Thursday to finish recounting votes in the states pivotal racist for governor and Senate incumbent Senator Bill Nelson wants his Republican opponent to recuse himself from like recount underway in Florida's hotly. Contested Senate race correspondent Linda Kenyon with that. Senator Bill Nelson's opponent is Florida Republican governor Rick Scott and Nelson says Scott is not playing fair. He's throwing around words like voter fraud without any proof. He stood on the steps of the governor's mansion and tried to use the Florida Department of law enforcement to investigate the Broward elections chief in a video Senator Nelson Azi wants every ballot. Counted and insists governor Scott does not that's Linda Kenyon reporting. Authorities say a body has been recovered near where a suburban Chicago woman disappeared after going swimming and treacherous waters in Lake Michigan. Chicago sun times reports a woman's body was found Saturday in Highland Park about twenty miles north of Chicago, the Lake County coroner's office is. Expected to release the woman's identity after conducting an autopsy Tuesday city of Highland Park has said that fifty two year old Lena Lemeshev Elgin was among about ten people in a cold weather swim group went into the lake November four th at Park Avenue beach, despite huge waves and fierce winds forty six year old Stanislav wall slack junior was pulled from the water. He was pronounced dead at a hospital in an autopsy determined that. He had drowned. Millions of people have reason to ponder what they do with their lives without Facebook. But a widespread outage was over in a relatively short period of time in the resulting anxiety among some users subsided quickly correspondent Steve Kastenbaum. If you've got a message when you tried logging onto Facebook that said quote, sorry, something went wrong. We're working on it. And we'll get it fixed as soon as possible end quote. Well, you're among millions of users who couldn't get onto the site primarily along the east."