• Aussie twins who share a boyfriend named World's Most Identical Twins

    Identical Perth twins Anna and Lucy DeCinque won the tittle after they fascinated the producers of a Japanese television prank show who discovered them on YouTube and invited them to participate.

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  • Cirque du Soleil founder sells company, refuses to pass it to his children

    The force behind Cirque du Soleil's nearly 31-year run as a world-renowned Canadian success story is selling the famed circus even though his seven-year-old daughter has dreams of one day becoming a clown. "I truly don't believe in second-generation entrepreneurship," Guy Laliberte told a news conference on Monday after announcing the sale to a U.S. private equity firm. Laliberte, 55, has five children between the ages of seven and 18, but said that having them take over the Cirque was never really an option.

    The Canadian Press
  • Cissy Houston Says Bobbi Kristina Remains Unresponsive and Her Brain Damage Is "Irreversible"

    Bobbi Kristina Brown may no longer be in a medically induced coma, but she remains unresponsive, her grandmother Cissy Houston tells Us Weekly in a statement. "I have just returned from visiting my granddaughter Bobbi Kristina in the hospital and while she is no longer in a medically induced coma she has a tracheotomy and according to the doctors she has global and irreversible brain damage and remains unresponsive," Houston told Us via a statement on Monday, April 20.

    Us Weekly
  • Cop stationed in isolated town on his own for ten years set to retire

    Is this the world's loneliest police officer? The 59-year-old has spent 40 years as an officer in three different states, but he told Daily Mail Australia that nothing compares to the immense heat and desolate conditions of patrolling Birsdville, which has a jurisdiction of about the size of the United Kingdom.

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  • Sergey Kovalev's war of words with Quebec boxer Adonis Stevenson escalates to racism

    The behind-the-scenes travails behind trying to set up a light-heavyweight unification title fight between Russia's Sergey "Krusher" Kovalev and Quebec's Adonis "Superman" Stevenson, when it's all over, might prove to be just as intriguing as the fight itself.

    Eh Game
  • Utah woman gets maximum sentence in deaths of 6 newborns whose bodies were found in garage

    Family members of a Utah woman sentenced to the maximum penalty Monday for killing six of her newborn babies said they were shocked at the grisly crimes from the woman they knew as a loving mother. Judge Darold McDade sentenced Huntsman on Monday to up to life in prison in what prosecutors called indifferent and callous actions committed because she was too addicted to methamphetamine to care for more children during the decade when the babies were killed and stored in her garage. Police said she concealed her pregnancies, gave birth at home, and choked and strangled the children with her hands just minutes after they were born.

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  • Dustin Byfuglien sucker punches Corey Perry after goal (Video)

    Dustin Byfuglien totally learned from his crosscheck to the back of the head of J.T. Miller that he will never try to create any blunt force trauma to the noggin of an unsuspecting player ever again. Check out this sucker punch of Corey Perry after the Anaheim forward put the Ducks up 2-1 in Monday’s Game 3 against Winnipeg.

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  • Nick Loeb Defends His Lawsuit Against Sofia Vergara: "I Have Always Dreamed of Being a Father"

    Nick Loeb stands by the lawsuit he filed against his ex-girlfriend Sofia Vergara. In a statement to Us Weekly, Loeb tells Us he’s always dreamed of being a father and is committed to ultimately bringing their two embryos to life.

    Us Weekly
  • Vancouver Canucks vs. Calgary Flames fan fight caught on video

    The video shows several men wearing Canucks and Flames jerseys involved in a scuffle outside a washroom after the game ended. Shaine Kumar, a witness who posted the video online, claims it all started when a group of Flames fans began taunting Canucks fans while waiting in line for the men's washroom in the upper bowl area of the arena.

  • Judge halts health care company's pursuit of a worker's comp claim for Ebola nurse Nina Pham

    A Texas district judge on Monday put on hold a hospital operator's efforts to seek a worker's compensation claim for a nurse who contracted Ebola while caring for the first U.S. patient to succumb to the deadly disease. State District Judge Martin Hoffman issued a temporary restraining order in the case after a brief hearing and will schedule a full hearing within two weeks, the Dallas Morning News (http://bit.ly/1ElkcDp) reported. Nurse Nina Pham's lawyers say Texas Health Resources' pursuit of a worker's compensation claim is meant to quash Pham's lawsuit against the company.

    The Canadian Press
  • Calgary housing market sees steepest sales decline in Canada

    Calgary’s resale housing market saw the country’s steepest year-over-year sales decline among major cities last month, says the Canadian Real Estate Association. Saskatoon had the next biggest annual decline at 9 per cent. Conversely, sales in Greater Vancouver soared by 53 per cent. April does not appear any more promising, with sales down 36 per cent from a year ago, according to Calgary Real Estate Board data. A similar story hit average selling prices which rose nationally by 9.4 per cent, to $439,144, but declined 1.2 per cent in Calgary to $457,422 and by 10 per cent in Alberta to $398,856.

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  • Asprin heart attack risk

    Sat, Apr 18 - Today's News Hour on Global BC Health Headlines brought to you by Pharmasave.

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  • Miley Cyrus, Patrick Schwarzenegger Taking a Break After Five Months of Dating

    Miley Cyrus and Patrick Schwarzenegger are taking a break after five months of dating, multiple sources tell Us Weekly. The news comes after the USC student, 21, and “Wrecking Ball” singer, 22, have been spending their free time away from each other following Arnold Schwarzenegger’s son’s wild spring break in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. According to one source, the couple, who first stepped out together this past November, haven’t been the same since pictures of Schwarzenegger and a friend getting extra close in Cabo surfaced online.

    Us Weekly
  • Zachary Quinto & Boyfriend Miles McMillan Buy Manhattan Loft For $3.1 Million

    Zachary Quinto & Boyfriend Miles McMillan Buy Manhattan Loft For $3.1 Million Zachary Quinto shows off his muscles in a black tee while enjoying a stroll with boyfriend Miles McMillan on Saturday (April 18) in New York City's East Village.…

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  • Boston Marathon bombings - Two years later (24 photos)

    The weather was cold and damp but the atmosphere festive at Monday's running of the Boston Marathon, two years after pressure-cooker bombs exploded at the finish line and shattered one of sports' most cherished events. "Boston Strong" — the phrase that became the city's defiant rally cry in the days and months after the attack — was everywhere along the route, which winds through seven Massachusetts communities and Boston. In just two years, the city of Boston has transformed following the tragic bombings of 2013.

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  • Kianna Moreau, B.C. girl hit by driver with learner's permit, dies of injuries

    A six-year-old girl has died of her injuries, after being one of four pedestrians hit Sunday by an inexperienced driver behind the wheel of an SUV in Port Coquitlam, B.C., police say. "Sadly one of the pedestrians, the six-year-old girl, passed away," Cpl. Jamie Chung of Coquitlam RCMP said Monday.

  • Profit drops at Canada's Rogers Communications as customers exit

    By Alastair Sharp TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's Rogers Communications Inc posted an unexpected 17 percent drop in quarterly profit on Monday as the cable, phone and media company struggled to hold on to customers during a period of industry-wide turbulence. During the quarter, the Toronto-based company had to deal with regulatory changes in both its wireless and television markets. Rogers has struggled recently to maintain its leading position in the wireless industry, and in the first quarter it lost 26,000 net postpaid wireless subscribers, who typically spend more than those who prepay for service.

  • Japan's space agency seeks support for 2018 moon landing in bid to keep pace with China, India

    Japan's space agency is considering an unmanned mission to the moon by 2018 or early 2019, part of an effort to beef up aerospace technology and keep pace with China and other emerging powers. The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, or JAXA, included the possibility of a lunar landing in the fiscal year that begins April 1, 2018, in its summary of moon exploration plans by Japan and other countries. Japanese media reported Tuesday that JAXA presented the proposal to a government panel of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology on Monday.

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  • 'Shark Tank' investor Lori Greiner shares the best advice she's ever received

    On her path to more than 400 inventions and 120 patents, she tells Business Insider that she constantly reminded herself of the advice that both her father and her husband gave: "Don't let business get personal. At the start of her career, Greiner writes in her book "Invent It, Sell It, Bank It!," she had a meeting with a patent lawyer who didn't take her seriously, but she quickly found a way to keep him from impeding her progress. It was the mid-'90s and Greiner had just paid $5,000 to file her first patent for an earring organizer.

    Business Insider
  • US warship heading to Yemeni waters prepared to block Iranian weapons shipments

    The Navy aircraft carrier, USS Theodore Roosevelt is steaming toward the waters off the country to beef up security and join other American ships that are prepared to intercept any Iranian vessels carrying weapons to the Houthi rebels. Navy officials said Monday that the Roosevelt was moving through the Arabian Sea. The Navy has been beefing up its presence in the Gulf of Aden and the southern Arabian Sea in response to reports that a convoy of about eight Iranian ships is heading toward Yemen and possibly carrying arms for the Houthis.

    The Canadian Press