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  • One of Mexico's deadliest gunbattles kills 43 as police, suspects face off in cartel territory

    The battle on Friday followed two other recent unprecedented attacks by the cartel, one that killed 15 state police officers and another that shot down an army helicopter with a rocket launcher for the first time in Mexico's history. Black smoke billowing upward from vehicles set on fire during Friday's fighting in the municipality of Tanhauto on the border between Jalisco and Michoacan states could be seen for miles. Video obtained by The Associated Press showed federal police officers coming under fire and bodies strewn throughout the ranch.

    The Canadian Press
  • Guilty French bulldog evades owner's question regarding chewed up pen

    Dogs might be unable to communicate with humans vocally but they can certainly wear their guilt on their face, as this French bulldog named Niko did when its owner confronted it over a chewed up pen.

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  • 'Tiny house' being built in Cape Breton for Ottawa couple

    Nicky Duenkel and Judy Pratt were looking for a retirement home, but it had to meet certain requirements.   There had to be a full-size kitchen because they both love to cook, it had to accommodate their aging corgi and it had to have a very small

    CBC
  • Artificial turf: Homeowners risk fine for 'year-round' grass

    There's a reason why the grass is greener on some Toronto lawns: it's not real and it can result in a costly municipal penalty. In fact, homeowners who opt for artificial turf run the risk of a $1400 fine for breaking city landscaping rules. Karen Stintz, a former city councillor for Ward 16, has a personal connection to the issue: she herself has an artificial lawn.

    CBC
  • Giant sinkhole forms at entrance of Missouri golf course

    A big sinkhole near the driving range of a southwest Missouri golf course is attracting the attention of geological experts. The hole, which is 80 feet wide and 35 feet deep in some places, appeared around 5.30am on Friday with a few smaller ones forming around it.

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  • 'Fuller House': Olsen Twins Out

    "Fuller House" just got a little less full. Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen will not be returning to the upcoming Netflix "Full House" spinoff. "Although Ashley and Mary-Kate will not be a part of 'Fuller House,' I know how much 'Full House' has meant to them

    Access Hollywood
  • How Doris Day's third husband cost her sanity - and her £66million fortune

    Doris Day was one of Hollywood's biggest names, starring in more than 40 films during the Fifties and Sixties. Married for the third time and aged just 27, Doris Day desperately wanted to be the wholesome housewife she so often portrayed in her movies.

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  • My Anxious Heart: Photographer shows what it feels like to have anxiety (12 photos)

    Katie Joy Crawford is a photography student at Louisiana State University, and recently embarked on a very personal project to show what it's like to live with anxiety disorder. All captions on photos are written by Crawford, and are designed to be a part of the piece.

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  • Crown recommending four-year prison sentence for ex-Quebec vice-regal Thibault

    Former Quebec lieutenant-governor Lise Thibault burst into tears Friday when a judge asked her whether she had anything to say following a prosecutor's recommendation she receive a four-year prison sentence for fraud and breach of trust. "I never thought for one second I'd be standing before you," an emotional Thibault, 76, told Quebec court Judge Carol St-Cyr. Prosecutor Marcel Guimont said the ex-Quebec vice-regal should also reimburse a total of $430,000 to the province and the federal government.

    The Canadian Press
  • High school grad strikes back at dress code with amazing yearbook quote

    Chloe Cross was fed up. Fed up with her school’s dress code, fed up with being harassed by boys, fed up with being punished for what she wore. Cross posted a picture to Tumblr of her yearbook from San Mateo High School, about 20 miles south of San Francisco, with a senior quote that struck at the core of every young girl’s argument that dress codes are sexist and send the wrong message.

    Daily Buzz
  • Alligator leaps at trucker's wheel arch and rips fender from vehicle

    A truck driver was left with more than a dented ego when he tried to intimate an alligator in his path. Filmed in America, in what is believed to be Louisiana, the man can be seen approaching the reptile, which camouflages itself in the long grass. Stopping just before it, the man appears to try his luck by getting as close to the alligator as possible.

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  • Choking game kills, warns Calgary family after losing son

    It's known as the choking game and involves youth asphyxiating each other for a temporary drug-free high. Kerri Workman understands the perils all too well. Workman, along with her husband Malcolm Eyjolfson, didn't even know what the choking game was.

    CBC
  • 911 Call From Family Attacked by Bikers Released

    Tonight, here for the first time, the mother's frantic 911 calls as those bikers surrounded her family. Reporter: Roz Reporter: Alexian's wife gave emotional testimony in court yesterday that the bikers also tried to drag her out of the car. Then, while trying to flee, he runs over one of the bikers, leaving him paralyzed from the waist down.

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  • Tiniest pub in Newfoundland has gone to the birds — literally

    The junco pictured above is enjoying some time at Newfoundland's tiniest bar, called Junco's Pub, located in Elling Lien's backyard. Lien said he was inspired to create Junco's Pub after watching a livestream from Norway called Piip-show, which featured a bird feeder set up like a cafe. After a year of working on the project, Lien now has a 24-hour livestream of his mini pub online.

    CBC
  • '19 Kids' Pulled From TLC

    "19 Kids and Counting" has been yanked from TLC. "Effective immediately, TLC has pulled all episodes of 19 Kids and Counting currently from the air. The show's removal from the air comes after reports from In Touch Weekly and TMZ surfaced claiming that Josh Duggar was the subject of a police investigation for alleged child molestation of five girls which began in 2002, when he was around 14.

    Access Hollywood
  • Meet Andre De Grasse, the future of Canadian sprinting

    Sitting in the stands at a high school track meet in Toronto three years ago, Tony Sharpe couldn't help but notice Andre De Grasse. The eighth runner was De Grasse, who stood, facing sideways, watching the starter like he was waiting to see the drop of an arm to signal the start. "The gun goes off, and Andre turns, just kinda swings around like a shortstop and runs down the track in 10.9 (seconds)," Sharpe said.

    The Canadian Press
  • Canada’s first female commercial pilot retires | Toronto Star

    The first time that Judy Cameron rode in a plane, she gripped the bottom of her seat and screamed. It was 1973, and Cameron, then only 19, had taken a summer job with Transport Canada, interviewing small aircraft pilots in Vancouver. When she landed that day, Cameron knew she had to get back up in the air, and figured the best way to do it would be to become a pilot. On Sunday, Captain Judy Cameron, now 61, will take her final flight as a commercial pilot for a major airline, a job she was the first woman in Canada to hold.

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  • The world's biggest oil exporter has quietly seized a market milestone from the U.S.

    As the United States raced over the past five years toward becoming a global petroleum powerhouse, the world’s biggest oil exporter Saudi Arabia quietly seized a market milestone from America: the largest source of peak summer demand. From June through August, when temperatures in Riyadh routinely rise above 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 degrees Celsius), Saudi Arabia diverts as much as a tenth of its crude output to fuel power plants that run full tilt to meet surging demand from air conditioners. At the height of the U.S. energy boom, Texas landowner John Baen received about US$100,000 a month in royalty payments from companies producing oil and natural gas on his property. The result is that Saudi Arabia’s winter-to-summer “swing” in oil consumption has eclipsed that of the United States, where gasoline consumption jumps by as much as 10 per cent every summer as millions of families take advantage of school holidays and warm weather to embark on the classic American road trip.

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  • Wildebeest grabbed by a crocodile and then by a giant hippo

    These are the amazing scenes when a wildebeest is grabbed by a crocodile as the mammal drinks at the water's edge in a South African safari park, oblivious to the approaching danger.

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  • 5 ways to keep ants out of your house this spring

    Everyone has heard the endless list of home remedies to clear those pesky ants out of your home — but what actually works? The sugar attracts the ants as they look for food, while the Borax acts as an abrasive and scratches the ants, which leads to dehydration and death.

    CBC