Lewis Hamilton Wins Formula One’s Brazilian Grand Prix

Britain’s five-time world Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton won the Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday. It was Hamilton’s fifth consecutive constructors’ title, and the second-to-last race of the 2018 F1 season. Hamilton had clinched his fifth F1 drivers’ title two weeks ago at the Mexican GP,  and on Saturday took the 10th pole position of the season on the grid. The 33-year-old Hamilton earned his 72nd F1 victory with Sunday’s win, coming in with a winning time of 1:27:09.066, 1.469 — seconds ahead of the Netherlands’ Max Verstappen (Red Bull) and 4.764 seconds ahead of Finland’s Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari) . The win put Mercedes 67 points ahead of Ferrari, at 620 to 553.

Hamilton wins in Brazil as Mercedes take fifth F1 title

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Louisville Fires Head Coach Bobby Petrino After 2-8 Season

Louisville fired head coach Bobby Petrino, the school announced Sunday morning. Petrino, 57, was dismissed in the middle of his fifth season of his second stint with the Cardinals, this coming after the team has had a string of 7 losses, including those against Clemson and Syracuse. Louisville recorded its lone victories against Indiana State and Western Kentucky and is winless (0-7) in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Cardinals have been outscored 291-125 over its last five match-ups. Petrino is owed a $14.1 million buyout by the university that will be paid out over the next few years. He is 119-56 in his career with Louisville, Arkansas and Western Kentucky.

Louisville dismisses Petrino amid 2-8 season

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The 2018 E! People’s Choice Awards: Full List Of Winners

The 44th Annual People’s Choice Awards — now called the E! People’s Choice Awards– made it’s debut on the E! channel on Sunday night, taking place at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California. The evening’s big winner was the Marvel Cinematic Universe as “Black Panther” and “Avengers: Infinity War” earned a total of five awards, including the year’s biggest movie (“Avengers”) as well as top action stars (Chadwick Boseman and Danai Gurira, respectively, for “Black Panther”). In addition, Melissa McCarthy was awarded the “People’s Icon of 2018” and Victoria Beckham won “Fashion Icon” award, ahead of the show.

The People’s Choice Awards are voted on entirely by the public for awards that cover everything from movies, music, TV and pop culture. Here is a complete list of winners, courtesy of E! News:

E! People’s Choice Awards 2018: Winners and highlights

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Florida Begins Recounting Ballots After Conflict Arises Following Midterms

Miami-Dade County elections officials say they’ve started recounting ballots from Tuesday’s election, and officials from the county’s elections office confirmed Saturday evening that they’ve started a machine recount. Considering there were some 800,000 ballots cast, and official will need to load paper ballots into scanning machines, the results of the recount could take days. The unofficial results show that Republican former U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis led Democratic Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum by less than 0.5 percentage points, which will require a machine recount of ballots. In the Senate race, Republican Gov. Rick Scott’s lead over Democratic incumbent Bill Nelson is less than 0.25 percentage points, which will require a hand recount of ballots from tabulation machines that couldn’t determine which candidate got the vote. 

Nov. 15 is the deadline for each county to submit vote counts to the state.

WATCH: 8 million ballots in Florida are being re-scanned for both governor and Senate races

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Florida Counties Begin Recounting Ballots After Conflicts Arise Follwing The Florida Election Races

Miami-Dade County elections officials say they’ve started recounting ballots from Tuesday’s election, and officials from the county’s elections office confirmed Saturday evening that they’ve started a machine recount. Considering there were some 800,000 ballots cast, and official will need to load paper ballots into scanning machines, the results of the recount could take days. The unofficial results show that Republican former U.S. Rep. Ron DeSantis led Democratic Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum by less than 0.5 percentage points, which will require a machine recount of ballots. In the Senate race, Republican Gov. Rick Scott’s lead over Democratic incumbent Bill Nelson is less than 0.25 percentage points, which will require a hand recount of ballots from tabulation machines that couldn’t determine which candidate got the vote. 

Nov. 15 is the deadline for each county to submit vote counts to the state.

WATCH: 8 million ballots in Florida are being re-scanned for both governor and Senate races

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25 Confirmed Dead And Over 7,000 Structures Burned As California Fires Rage On

Massive wildfires raging in Northern and Southern California have killed at least 25 people and destroyed thousands of homes as firefighters deal with heavy winds.  According to officials, the largest and deadliest of the infernos is the Camp Fire, which as of Sunday had burned 109,000 acres, leveled 6,453 homes and another 260 commercial structures in Northern California’s Butte County. At least 23 civilians have been killed in the Camp Fire, which began on Thursday and quickly swept through communities in the Sierra foothills, devastating the town of Paradise. 

As of Sunday night, 25 percent of Camp Fire was contained, according to Cal Fire. The Woolsey Fire in Southern California was only 10 percent contained on Sunday, after destroying 83,275 acres across Los Angeles and Ventura counties and destroying 177 structures, Cal Fire said.

More bodies found as officials fight California wildfire

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Justin Moore To Host “Veterans Day Salute”

Justin Moore will host the inaugural Veterans Day special across select Cumulus platforms today, Monday, Nov. 12. At noon you can tune in for “A Veterans Day Salute with Justin Moore” as he performs some of his hits, including “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away” and “Small Town USA.” Moore will also perform his new single, “The Ones That Didn’t Make Back Home.” Co-written with Paul DiGiovanni, Chase McGill and Jeremy Stover, “The Ones That Didn’t Make It Back Home” pays homage to the men and women who fight everyday for our country’s freedom. Justin recently announced upcoming tour dates in 2019 in advance of the release of his fifth studio album. Click the article for more details below. 

‘A Veterans Day Salute With Justin Moore’ To Air Across Select Cumulus Platforms

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Kelsea Ballerini Debuts New Video For “Miss Me More”

Kelsea Ballerini is debuting her new video for “Miss Me More,” which is currently No. 44 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart after two weeks. Written by Ballerini, David Hodges and Brett McLaughlin, “Miss Me More” is featured on Kelsea’s 2017 sophomore album, Unapologetically. The tune is a follow-up to Ballerini’s hit single “I Hate Love Songs,” which peaked at No. 25 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart. You can check out the new video from Kelsea in the linked article below. 

Kelsea Ballerini Takes A Big Swipe At The Bro-Centric Country Charts In Her New Song

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‘The Grinch’ Tops The North American Box Office With $66M Opening Weekend

“Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch” earned $66 million for Universal Pictures to top the weekend North American box office, according to studio estimates Sunday. Last week’s top film “Bohemian Rhapsody,” dropped to second for 20th Century Fox with a $30.8 million weekend that brings its overall take to $100 million. “The Grinch,” with the title character voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch, was widely expected to be No. 1 with few other major openings this weekend, but it surpassed projections that had it bringing in closer to $60 million. Paramount Pictures’ “Overlord” was third with $19 million.

Universal sees lots of green as ‘Grinch’ tops box office

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Footage Of Tekashi 6ix9ine, Kanye West & Nicki Minaj Video Shooting Surfaces

Surveillance footage of the shooting that occurred during the Tekashi 6ix9ine video shoot with Kanye West and Nicki Minaj earlier this week has surfaced. Obtained by TMZ, the video footage shows two men hopping out of a vehicle outside the Beverly Hills mansion where the video shoot was taking place. One of the suspects is heard saying, “We got 30 seconds” before the shots are fired, then they quickly jump back in the sedan they are driving and speed off. As previously reported, Minaj wasn’t on site yet, but a bullet reportedly hit what was intended to be her dressing room. Kanye was already on the scene, but immediately took off. Luckily noone was injured; police are searching for the two men in the video.

Surveillance Footage Shows Gunmen Firing at 6ix9ine and Kanye’s Video Shoot

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