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  • Serena Williams Refuses to Be Silent About Police Brutality

    When Serena Williams recently asked her 18-year-old nephew to drive her to her meetings, she thought she was being safe—after all, she had work to do on her phone. But then, she saw a cop on the side of the road, and her heart stopped. In a chilling Facebook status posted Tuesday afternoon, Williams illustrated the panic that flooded her body when she saw the police car. "...I remembered that horrible video of the woman in the car when a cop shot her boyfriend," she wrote in the status. "All of this went through my mind in a matter of seconds. I even regretted not driving myself. I would never forgive myself if something happened to my nephew. He's so innocent. So were all 'the others.'" Williams

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  • Man charged with wearing clear plastic wrap bikini on beach

    BEACH HAVEN, N.J. — Police say a 59-year-old man who wore a bikini fashioned out of see-through plastic wrap on a New Jersey beach is facing a criminal charge.

    The Canadian Press
  • Obama to Bill Clinton after Peres funeral: 'Let's go!'

    President Barack Obama was left cooling his heels after attending the funeral for Israel's Shimon Peres as former President Bill Clinton chatted on the tarmac. At one point, Obama yells, "Bill, let's go." He claps his hands to get Clinton's attention and motions for Clinton to come aboard.

    The Canadian Press
  • $4.1M lottery win a loss for former friends

    In a decision which serves as a parable both about friendship and the importance of writing things down, Justice Marguerite Church details the sad demise of the friendship Rosas once enjoyed with her friend Hermenisabel Toca.

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  • Senior Hells Angel convicted in elaborate RCMP cocaine sting

    A B.C. Supreme Court justice has convicted a senior member of the Hells Angels of conspiring to import and traffic cocaine following an elaborate RCMP sting operation. David Giles was one of five men on trial in Vancouver in connection with a 2012 undercover operation which saw investigators posing as organized criminals in meetings from Vancouver to Panama City. According to a decision written by Justice Carol Ross, Giles told officers he thought were with a South American drug cartel that he was broke after fighting previous charges and trying to get back on his feet.

    CBC
  • Courteney Cox comes to best friend Jennifer Aniston's defence amid Brad Pitt divorce

    Jennifer Aniston has found herself unwillingly dragged into the divorce drama news broke that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie had split. "It's not about [Jennifer]," Courteney told Entertainment Tonight as she attended Revlon's Annual Philanthropic Luncheon in LA on Tuesday. Jennifer might not yet have commented on Brad's split from Angelina, but her husband Justin Theroux has had his say.

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  • ‘Miracle’ student wiggles her toe moments before doctors planned to switch off life support

    A woman has been dubbed a “walking miracle” after wiggling her toe moments before medics were preparing to turn off her life-support machine. The law graduate, 22, suffered severe head injuries when the car her boyfriend was driving flipped over on the motorway.

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  • Rafael Nadal stops tennis match as mother searches for lost child in crowd

    There’s something about this that makes you just tear up. Maybe it’s the parent in you (if you are a parent) or maybe, in a time when the world seems to be at its own throat, you witness a moment when everyone is on the same side.

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  • Canada's already booming mountain parks brace for 2017, when entry will be free

    Banff accommodations were nearly fully booked this summer as visitor numbers surged again, prompting Parks Canada to advise people planning trips for 2017 — when admission will be free — to book early and consider less popular times and places to visit. "We know that accommodations are pretty much at their max now," said Greg Danchuk, visitor experience manager for the Banff field unit. "We've already seen a good increase in [visitation].

    CBC
  • 'Who's The Boss' Reunion

    Entertainment Weekly reunites the cast of "Who's The Boss" including Tony Danza, Alyssa Milano and Judith Light to reminisce about their classic comedy series. ET Canada has the story.

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  • Disbarred lawyer pleads guilty in kidnap once called a hoax

    Matthew Muller pleaded guilty Thursday in federal court in Sacramento, acknowledging he used computer-generated voices, blackened swim goggles, liquid sleeping medication and numerous props in the abduction of Denise Huskins last year from the Vallejo home she shared with boyfriend Aaron Quinn. Under the plea deal, federal prosecutors agreed to seek no more than 40 years in prison, but Muller's attorney, Thomas Johnson, said he fears U.S. District Judge Troy Nunley will impose a life term when Muller is sentenced on Jan. 19. During the kidnapping Muller put blackened swim goggles over the eyes of Huskins and Quinn and headphones over their ears to play a recorded warning that Huskins' face would be cut or she would be hurt with an electric shock if they didn't comply, according to court documents.

    The Canadian Press
  • Kiefer Sutherland thinks Julia Roberts calling of their 1991 wedding was 'brave'

    Back in the nineties, Kiefer Sutherland and Julia Roberts were one of Hollywood's biggest power couples - but all that changed when the actress abruptly called off their wedding just two days before it was set to take place. Media speculation ran rampant over the cause, but 25 years later Kiefer has opened up about his relationship with Julia and even praised his former fiancée for calling off the wedding. At the time of their split, Julia caused controversy by quickly starting a new romance with Kiefer's good friend, actor Jason Patric.

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  • This newborn baby has the looks of an 80-year-old after being born with rare condition

    A boy has been born with a rare ageing condition that makes him more like a pensioner than a baby.

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  • Friend texted worries about boating with Marlins' Fernandez

    Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez was a patron at a Miami River bar and restaurant the same night he and two friends were killed in a boat crash, a spokeswoman for the establishment confirmed Tuesday. American Social Bar & Kitchen spokeswoman Dana Rhoden said in an email that Fernandez was there before the accident. The statement did not say whether Fernandez had been drinking or what time he left.

    The Canadian Press
  • Google removes restaurant review that focused on employee's face

    The review was posted last week by someone identifying himself as Jeff Chambers. "I want to thank you and CBC for feeling that the issue was something that needed attention," wrote Bernaudo in an email sent to CBC this morning.

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  • Don’t quit your job if you work in 1 of these 5 industries

    If you want to find a better job, you’ll have far better luck in some industries than others.

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  • Prince George and Princess Charlotte's cutest moments from their first Royal Tour of Canada (16 photos)

    Prince George and Princess Charlotte are on their first trip to Canada — and they’ve already stolen the show! The duo are accompanying their parents the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their Royal Tour which kicked off this past weekend in Victoria, B.C. Click through the gallery above for their cutest moments since their arrival and check back as we’ll be updating this gallery over the course of this week. Don’t forget to tweet us your thoughts @YahooStyleCA!

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  • Analysis: Trump won't change; he can't let go of a grudge

    WASHINGTON — Donald Trump will not change.

    The Canadian Press
  • Man charged after body of Japanese student found at downtown Vancouver mansion

    Vancouver police have confirmed one man has been charged after the body of missing Japanese student Natsumi Kogawa was found at a mansion in Vancouver's West End. Kogawa's body was discovered at the historic downtown building known as the Gabriola Mansion shortly before 7 p.m. on Wednesday. William Victor Schneider, 48, was arrested in Vernon, B.C., just before midnight the same day and charged with indignity to a human body.

    CBC
  • Common painkillers linked to increased risk of heart failure: study

    Commonly prescribed anti-inflammatory painkillers, including ibuprofen, raise the risk of hospital admission for heart failure, a large European study suggests. Several previous studies have linked use of NSAIDs with increased risk of heart failure. More than 92,000 hospital admissions for heart failure in Italy, the Netherlands, Germany and the United Kingdom were identified and compared with 8.2 million controls of the same age and sex.

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