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"We can deliver it and make sure it's working before we leave after work on we support all your tech all the time. Best buy, let's talk about what's possible. This strongest storm this year hit the northern Philippines, early Saturday, leaving at least twenty five people dead. Fox's kid Logan. The strong typhoon hit the Cagayan province in the northeast of the Philippines, just before dawn on Saturday. High winds of around a hundred twenty five miles per hour caused havoc along with heavy rains. The deluge of water triggered several landslides, the typhoon damaged homes buildings leaving scenes of devastation. It brought down power cables in some areas. Too. Many are now without electricity or communications they was heavy flooding. Several provinces almost nineteen thousand people living in coastal areas where evacuated the typhoon has since passed over the Philippines. It's on track to hit Hong Kong and southern China next, a Philippine presidential adviser says nearly eighty seven thousand people were evacuated from high risk areas and advised not to return home until the danger is past plenty of football. Today in week two of NFL action. Fourteen games on tap today. In the NFL and half of them are division showdowns including the Sunday night game between the giants and the Cowboys. You also have the Vikings taking on the Packers. The Rams playing host to the cardinals. The jets Duke it out with the dolphins. The Broncos battle raiders the titans. Take on the Texans and the falcons face the Panthers outside of the division rivalries. You have the bills taking on the chargers and Josh Allens first career NFL start. The saints welcomed the Browns to the big easy and AFC championship rematch between the patriots and Jaguars the forty Niners faced the lions the colts clash with the Redskins. The Steelers square off with the chiefs and the eagles battle the bucks. Matt Napolitano, Fox News over drivers are frustrated because glitch glitches preventing them from being paid promptly. The San Francisco based company reportedly is working on the problem since Friday. An Uber spokesperson says the company identified an issue with its instant pay feature and drivers will be paid. It's unclear what caused the issue when it began or how many drivers."