VIDEO: Woman kills suspected serial killer

A police officer says he thinks a West Virginia woman 'saved lives' by shooting a man who attacked her in her home.

  • Heartwarming: Policewoman Buys Homeless Man Breakfast And Sits On Kerb To Eat With Him

    This is the moment a kind-hearted policewoman sat down to eat at the side of the road with a homeless man she had just bought breakfast for. Sitting on a kerb at a petrol station in Ocala, Florida, Sergeant Erica Hay looks over at her eating partner as he unwraps his food.

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  • Kitchener women say they were stopped by police for cycling topless

    Three Kitchener, Ont., sisters are planning to file a formal complaint after they say they were stopped by a police officer for cycling topless. Tameera, Nadia and Alysha Mohamed took off their shirts while riding their bikes in downtown Kitchener on Friday evening because of the heat.

  • Troy Tulowitzki sent to Blue Jays in shocking trade

    Troy Tulowitzki is getting his wish. Fox Sports' Ken Rosenthal was first to report the deal. Based on what's been reported thus far, the return for the Rockies is veteran shortstop Jose Reyes, young fireballer Miguel Castro, top pitching prospect Jeff Hoffman and one more unnamed prospects.

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  • Baby’s first words shock his parents

    A child’s first words are always a heart-warming moment for any parent. And thankfully, the camera was rolling to capture this baby’s adorable first complete sentence and his dad’s shocked reaction. YouTube user Ted Moskalenko from Cherry Hill, New Jersey

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  • Shocking CCTV Footage Shows Man Attacked By Gang Of 12 At London’s Tower Bridge

    Shocking footage has emerged of a “vicious” and “cowardly” attack on a man by a gang of 12 in London. The assault happened at about 10pm on May 31 on Tower Bridge when a 29-year-old man walking home from a friend’s wedding was targeted. In the unprovoked attack, captured on CCTV, the man is hit on the back of the head then shoved to the ground and kicked repeatedly.

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  • Kanye West’s ‘mic drop’ at the Pan Am Games leaves Twitter buzzing

    Performers typically drop the microphone before leaving the stage, but then again, Kanye West is far from your typical performer. After weeks or vitriol and petitions aimed at preventing Kanye from performing at the Pan Am Games closing ceremony, it appears

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  • Doctors Found 20 Lice in Woman’s Eye - Simply Unpleasant

    Now these are just lice in the eyelids, nada (Picture: Wikipedia/ KostaMumcuoglu)We all had lice as kids - it was itchy and entails using horrible smelling shampoos and the dredded lice comb.What this poor Chinese woman suffered from was a whole different

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  • Samsung's Big Plan To Dominate The iPhone 7

    The only other indication that Samsung might be working on something remotely foldable comes from a single-line quote from an unnamed Samsung official, reported by Business Korea. Not only is the source unnamed, but also they talk about “the industry”, rather than Samsung. Samsung is actively working on a foldable and rollable display. Usually when a company is developing new innovative tech, it will direct inquiring journalists to its research in the field or previous announcements (Samsung proudly announced its work on emded package-on-package memory before it’s rumoured inclusion in the next Galaxy Note).

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  • Labrador doctor facing allegations of sexual misconduct

    A medical doctor in Labrador West is facing allegations of misconduct, and must be chaperoned when treating female patients while an investigation into his behaviour is carried out. Two patients, Cayla Misurka and Arlene Johnson, are speaking publicly about what they say were were unsolicited sexual advances and inappropriate comments by Dr. Adekunle Williams Owolabi. Misurka alleges that Owolabi is unfit to be a doctor.

  • Montreal coffee shops ban cellphone use, ditch wifi

    Some Montreal coffee shops are banning cellphones and other technological devices to make their establishments tech-free zones. The Camellia Sinensis Teahouse in Montreal has had a ban on cellphones for the last five years. "We were not really happy about the way the atmosphere was in our place," said Kevin Gascoyne, co-owner of The Camellia Sinensis Teahouse.

  • 'The Bachelorette' Couple's Plans

    "The Bachelorette's" latest season introduced Kaitlyn Bristowe to the man she is planning to marry. On Monday night, on "After the Final Rose," Kaitlyn and her new fiance, Shawn Booth, told Chris Harrison about their plans for the future.

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  • Getting a Job at Google Ain’t Easy - Check Out These Interview Questions

    How do you answer these questions? (Picture: Rex)Job interviews are never easy at the best of times but it seems Google doesn’t just ask you the usual questions but really make you think out of the box.It seems that for a job at the all-knowing tech giant

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  • Baby to inherit millions if proven progeny of murdered West Vancouver man

    A Chinese woman trying to prove her baby daughter has sole claim to the fortune of a murdered West Vancouver millionaire has won her bid for a paternity test. A new British Columbia law says the child stands to inherit everything if the results match. The B.C. Supreme Court has ordered DNA testing on the remains of Gang Yuan, whose body was found chopped into more than 100 pieces.

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  • Robert Allenby's ex-caddie doesn't believe former boss' Hawaii story

    Robert Allenby's former caddie, Mick Middlemo, is speaking like a man liberated. Middlemo, who split with Allenby halfway through the first round of last week's RBC Canadian Open, said in an Australian radio interview that he doesn't believe Allenby's story of being kidnapped and robbed on the night after missing the cut at the Sony Open in Hawaii in January. No, I don’t," Middlemo said to News Corp Australia.

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  • Hatfield Home Hardware in Saint John closes abruptly after 45 years

    Hatfield Home Hardware on Saint John's west side has abruptly shut its doors, after 45 years in business. Home Hardware customers were greeted with a sign on the door, announcing the closure, on Friday. "Unfortunately, difficult economic conditions have dramatically changed the retail sales industry, including the hardware and building supply business," the notice from Don Hatfield, president of Don Hatfield Building Materials Ltd., states.

  • Two new driving laws coming, one with $490 fine

    Mon, Jul 27: Two new little known driving laws will soon come into effect in Ontario. Cindy Pom received a visual demonstration from police.

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  • Wage War on Weeds with 7 Unbeatable Tools (7 photos)

    No matter how much time, effort, and care you put into your lawn and garden, one thing is for certain: There will be weeds. Crabgrass, dandelions, and invasive species compete with your plants for nutrients and aren't always the prettiest addition to

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  • Is Canada heading into recession? | Toronto Star

    Will Canada be deep in recession when we vote in the federal election this fall? Since the post-2008 Great Recession, Stephen Harper’s primary focus on energy (oil/gas) economic action strategies have painted our economic flexibilities into a corner. Interest rates are now .05 per cent. We are on the precipice of falling financially/economically into quicksand recessionary territory. Would we be so constrained now with lowest possible oil/gas commodity prices?

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  • Human Traffickers Stuff Newborn Baby In Suitcase To Smuggle It Into Hotel

    A shocking case of human trafficking has occurred in China, where a couple have been caught trying to smuggle a newborn baby into a hotel by stuffing it in a suitcase. The couple wouldn’t allow their luggage to be carried by hotel staff, who then heard noises coming from the case. “Hotel staff were suspicious because the couple appeared nervous for no particular reason when giving their details to register for a room,” said police spokesman Li Chuang.

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  • Russia Launches Three Mysterious Satellites That Could Signal ‘Space War’, Say US Analysts

    Russia could be preparing for a space war, following the launch of three mysterious satellites within 18 months, according to U.S. military analysts. The three spacecraft - which the Kremlin say are communication satellites - could be prototype weapons, say U.S military observers. As is standard, Russia notified the United Nations of the launch of three of its Rodnik communication satellites last year, but also added a fourth, unexpected craft to the list.

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