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  • Former "Cosby Show" Guest Star Accuses Bill Cosby Of Rape

    On Friday, actor Lili Bernard stated at a news conference in New York City that in the early 1990s, Bill Cosby drugged and raped her. At the news conference, Bernard said, “He praised me. After all, he was Bill Cosby. On April 30, Bernard, along with her lawyer Gloria Allred, went to the police station in Atlantic City to report the alleged crime.

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  • Habs' Therrien says he'll talk to Prust privately about officiating comments

    Montreal Canadiens coach Michel Therrien said Monday that he would deal with Brandon Prust privately after the forward spoke out about referee Brad Watson following Game 2. Prust said Watson "kept provoking" him and insulted him during Sunday's game, adding that the referee "tries to play God." It's unclear what, if any, discipline Prust may face from the NHL. "I'm old school with those things," Therrien said on a conference call Monday.

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  • Councilman forgets to turn off his mic during washroom break, embarrassing gaffe goes viral

    It appears the councilman paid little attention to this incriminating story — or this embarrassing story. If he had, he would have known to turn off his microphone when he left a meeting for a quick washroom break. “I’m going to stop talking now and ask that you give this serious consideration and approve this resolution,” Jonrowe, laughing, managed to blurt out as the offending councilman returned to his seat.

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  • Bald men turn to hair tattoos to creates the illusion of short hair

    Micro Scalp Pigmentation, or a 'hair tattoo' procedure, involves drawing tiny particles of pigment on the scalp, to give an overall impression of shaved stubble.

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  • Bruce Jenner Fires Kris Jenner As Manager For E! Docuseries After Kris Cuts Off All Ties

    Bruce Jenner fired his ex-wife Kris Jenner as his manager for an upcoming TV show that will follow his transition into a woman, the Sun reported. The decision comes after Bruce revealed he was more of a woman than a man in a tell-all interview with Dwayne Sawyer last month. "Kris is as you see on the show - bossy, nosey and controlling. Kris has so far helped the Jenner family clock in millions of dollars by managing the family's affairs, including that of her children Kim, Khloe, Kourtney and Rob, and her daughters with Bruce -- Kendall and Kylie.

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  • Terror group video show teenager 'shooting alleged Iraqi spy'

    A chilling video that appears to show a boy executing an alleged Iraqi spy has been released by the Islamic State. Slickly edited footage shows the teenager, of Western appearance, loading a 9mm handgun as the prisoner is driven into a warehouse by a group of masked militants.

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  • Singer Chris Brown accused of battery in Las Vegas; has not responded to police

    Singer Chris Brown faces another battery accusation just days after he performed at an after-party to the weekend's much hyped boxing match, which was also billed as the kickoff to his residency at the Drai's nightclub. Las Vegas police said Brown, 25, is suspected of beating a man who was found at the Sunrise Hospital & Medical Center at 3:42 a.m. Monday. The man said he was playing basketball at the Palms Casino Resort when he got into a verbal argument on the court with singer.

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  • Born under gender-equal succession rules, but life won't be a fairytale for UK's new princess

    William and Kate's new daughter is the first British princess who won't face royal discrimination because she's a girl, but that doesn't mean her life will be a fairy tale. Thanks to a change in the centuries-old rules of royal succession, if Princess Charlotte has a younger brother, he won't overtake her in line to the throne. The experience of Kate — and, even more, of the baby's late grandmother, Princess Diana — suggests the level of interest the princess can expect.

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  • Allegations against former justice minister push Alberta Tories off message

    The day before the Alberta election, the governing Progressive Conservatives were forced to address lurid allegations surrounding their former justice minister's failed marriage. A judge lifted a ban that had kept from the public allegations that Jonathan Denis kneed his estranged wife, Breanna Palmer, in the face, tampered with her car's brakes and threw temper tantrums while their months-long marriage fell apart earlier this year. Justice Craig Jones also removed an emergency protection order against Denis.

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  • Sex ed protest leaves 1 Toronto school almost empty

    A public elementary school in Toronto was left nearly empty on Monday as parents protested against the province's new sex ed curriculum. Between 200 and 300 protesters voiced their concerns with changes to the current sex ed system outside Thorncliffe Park Public School, said the CBC's James Murray. Toronto District School Board spokesman Ryan Bird said 1,220 of the 1,350 Grade 1 to Grade 5 students are not currently in class.

  • SEBASTIAN SHAKESPEARE: can't escape Diana's niece, Lady Kitty Spencer

    Raised out of the public eye with her siblings in South Africa, following her father Earl Spencer's split from her mother Victoria Lockwood, the niece of the world's once most photographed woman was never going to hide her light under a bushel for long.

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  • Free cocaine samples in Prince George, B.C., alarm residents

    A young woman in Prince George, B.C., says she was walking alone at night last week when she was approached by two men in a white van with blacked-out windows who offered her what they claimed was a free sample of cocaine. "The passenger gave me a number and the cocaine saying, 'Just ask for Tommy,' but at the time I didn't know the cocaine was in there until he said, 'It's a sample,'" Clara Archibald said. "The city has a very big problem," Lee Stewart, who runs a community watch page on Facebook, told Daybreak North's Russell Bowers.

  • Eugenie Bouchard back on the tournament trail in Madrid, the start of her French Open preparation

    The trip home to play Fed Cup wasn't the launching pad Genie Bouchard had hoped for to turn around a tough 2015. Now in Madrid, the current world No. 6 will launch the second part of her season in Madrid, a top-level tournament (a joint event with the ATP Tour) featuring all of the top players in the world, in a full 64-player draw that features no byes, and a slate of first-round matches that are top class. No. 3 Maria Sharapova will play Timea Bascinszky of Switzerland, ranked No. 21, in the first round.

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  • This Hack For Hiding an Ugly AC Unit Is Genius! (3 photos)

    If you have a love-hate relationship with your wall-unit AC, this clever camouflaging tip will change your life. Mara from Design Evolving figured out a way to eliminate this megaeyesore while still reaping the cooling benefits. Her secret? A creative

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  • Get ready for a (short-lived) 85-cent Canadian dollar

    From the economy to politics to corporate earnings, this is a big week for financial markets. It begins today with a handful of first-quarter corporate results, and then gathers steam, climaxing with duelling jobs reports in Canada and the United States on Friday.

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  • ‘Throwaway ticketing,’ the controversial money-saving trick that airlines don’t want you to know about

    Scott Keyes is an expert when it comes to getting the best possible price for airline tickets. The reporter for Think Progress and author of the e-books “How To Fly For Free” and “How To Find Cheap Flights" is so good at it that he has planned a world trip that will take him more than 20,000 miles to 13 countries, all for free. When Business Insider spoke with Keyes, he said one of his favorite hacks for getting cheap flights was taking advantage of "throwaway tickets," something that many fliers have never even heard of before.

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  • 5 ways Will and Kate have paid tribute to Princess Diana

    The late Princess Diana was a controversial figure – but that hasn’t stopped her son, Prince William from paying tribute to his mom.

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  • Loonie’s latest rise will be shortlived: analysts

    Things are looking brighter for the loonie – but not bright enough to make cross border jaunts as worthwhile as last summer. “Where we are now at 80 U.S. cents, the price differential between the U.S. and Canada isn’t as attractive as it was when we were at parity or 95 U.S. cents,” Benjamin Reitzes, senior economist at BMO Capital Markets, told Yahoo Canada Finance. In the back half of April, the Canadian dollar started to gain momentum, closing out the month around $0.83.

  • McDonald's CEO turnaround plan's missing link: customers

    McDonald's new chief executive's turnaround plan for the fast-food chain included specific financial fixes, but left investors and analysts craving a clear strategy to win back diners and boost sales. Steve Easterbrook, CEO of the Golden Arches since just March 1, said on Monday McDonald's Corp would restructure into four operating divisions, squeeze out about $300 million in annual cost savings and sell 3,500 restaurants to franchisees. Investors, who had been hoping for concrete plans for addressing competition, service speeds and food quality - both real and perceived, sent McDonald's shares down 1.7 percent to $96.13.

  • 3 ways you'll notice the HST increase on big ticket items

    Some businesses are worried the higher tax rate will mean people in Newfoundland and Labrador will spend less. People in the province will pay more tax on everything HST is added to, from a dinner out at a restaurant to building supplies for a construction project.