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Why people can't agree on the colour of this dress

It was a debate that took over the web and now Yahoo's David Pogue can explain why some see it as white and gold and others see black and blue.

  • Two dead, one wounded in shooting at east-end Toronto McDonald's

    Police say two men are dead and a third injured after an altercation in an east-end Toronto McDonald's escalated and "multiple" shots were fired early Saturday. Det.-Sgt. Terry Browne says an armed security guard, who was apparently in the restaurant to buy food, discharged his weapon following a "significant physical altercation" with two men. Browne says the altercation took place somewhere near the food counter and there were between 15 and 20 customers and staff in the McDonald's at the time of the incident.

    The Canadian Press
  • Rosie O'Donnell Files For Divorce

    Rosie O'Donnell filed for divorce from her wife Michelle Rounds on Friday in New York, according to People. The former co-host of "The View" cited "an irretrievably broken relationship" as the cause of their divorce, according to the court papers obtained

    Access Hollywood
  • Surrey neighbourhood ruined by abandoned homes, residents say

    If this was White Rock, if this was Morgan Creek, right in Surrey, they wouldn't tolerate this for a second. Surrey bylaw manager Jas Rehal said all the city can do is ensure the property isn't a safety hazard.

    CBC
  • Beyonce's Beyhive Swarms, Attacks Kid Rock After He Says He's "Flabbergasted" by Her Success

    Don't upset the Beyhive! Kid Rock angered thousands of Beyonce fans on Thursday, Feb. 26, when he slammed the beloved singer in a new interview with Rolling Stone. "Beyonce, to me, doesn't have a f--king 'Purple Rain,' but she's the biggest thing on Earth," he explained, referencing Prince's smash hit 1980s single. "People are like, 'Beyonce's hot.

    Us Weekly
  • Eugenie Bouchard withdraws from another tournament, this one in Monterrey, Mexico

    The tournament has yet to announce it. This time, it's a small event in Monterrey, Mexico, where she was scheduled to be the No. 2 seed. The only official announcements made by the tournament Friday were the allocation of the wild cards to local players, and the injury withdrawal of Jelena Jankovic.

    Eh Game
  • Frozen Ocean: This "Slurpee" Wave in Nantucket Is Amazing

    In so many ways this crazy deep freeze has been like bad joke — frozen Niagara Falls? Really? And now there’s a new phenomenon to gasp at: the Slurpee wave! Surfer and photographer Jonathan Nimerfroh captured this amazing picture of slushy waves in Nantucket

    Yahoo Travel
  • Gunman kills 7, commits suicide in house-to-house rampage; mother's death may have set him off

    A man who authorities say may have been unhinged by the death of his ailing mother killed seven people and then took his own life in a house-to-house shooting rampage that wiped out a swath of this tiny town in the Missouri Ozarks. Joseph Jesse Aldridge, 36, carried out the killings with a .45-calibre handgun Thursday night or early Friday at four homes in Tyrone, the no-stoplight community of about 50 people where he lived with his mother, the Missouri State Highway Patrol said. Joseph Aldridge was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound before dawn in a running pickup truck on the middle of a highway 15 or 20 miles away.

    The Canadian Press
  • Warren Buffett says Berkshire has 'right person' as heir

    Warren Buffett told investors on Saturday that Berkshire Hathaway Inc had found his successor, giving more details than ever about the heir to the company he has run for 50 years. "Both the board and I believe we now have the right person to succeed me as CEO – a successor ready to assume the job the day after I die or step down," the billionaire, 84, said in his annual letter to Berkshire shareholders. "In certain important respects, this person will do a better job than I am doing," Buffett added, as Berkshire Hathaway reported a 17 percent drop in fourth-quarter net income, coupled with an improvement in its operating results.

    Reuters
  • John Stamos Asked for Dave Coulier's Help When There Were Too Many Supermodels by His Pool

    Talk about a full house! When it comes to the ladies, John Stamos is an expert. In a new radio interview with 103.3 FM, Stamos' Full House costar Dave Coulier dished about being friends with the sex icon during the sitcom's prime. "When I was a single guy, it used to be great," Coulier, 55, said of his friendship with Stamos.

    Us Weekly
  • Will Smith Reveals Cause of Struggle in His High-Profile Marriage to Jada Pinkett Smith

    Will Smith revealed to Us Weekly and other reporters at the Focus premiere in Hollywood on Tuesday, Feb. 24, that his high-profile marriage to Jada Pinkett Smith has experienced its fair share of bumps. "Jada and I have struggled with that a little bit.. The problem is one person is in work mode while the other person is in chill mode.

    Us Weekly
  • Dean of diplomats sees a historic 'cool' in Canada-U.S. relations

    WASHINGTON - The elder statesman among all former Canadian ambassadors to the United States says he's never seen the relationship between the two governments quite this cool.

    The Canadian Press
  • 23 Wedding Dress Pictures You'll Regret Not Taking

    If you're like most of the brides we know, searching for the perfect dress was (or is) time-consuming, wonderful, and just a tad stressful. Since you're only going to be wearing it once, make the most of your big day by taking all kinds of photos. While

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  • STM bus driver refuses to lower ramp for woman with walker

    Aimée Louw says she’s fed up with the way city bus drivers in Montreal treat people with mobility issues. The saga began as Louw tried to board the city bus on Sherbrooke Street near Décarie Boulevard.

    CBC
  • Saskatchewan thrift store workers share their wackiest finds

    For Stacey Laing, owner of The Dress Form Vintage in Regina, it was a pair of teeth found in the pocket of a 1950s coat. Travis Zacharias, a co-manager of Village Green Thrift Shop in Saskatoon, has also come across a number of strange finds.

    CBC
  • Jas Singh's God's Little Acre farm dropped by Food Banks B.C.

    The organization's executive director Laura Lansink has penned an open letter to the public expressing its concerns, saying Singh has given food unfit for human consumption to some of the food banks. The Greater Vancouver Food Bank is the exception — Singh donated approximately 1,400 kilograms of mixed produce in 2014 and was also paid for 15,000 kilograms of carrots and potatoes.

    CBC
  • Clarkson trade fall-out; trade deadline madness; Sopel retires (Puck Headlines)

    Here are your Puck Headlines: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. Toronto Sun sports cover for Friday. Big Clarkson trade. #Leafs pic.twitter.com

    Puck Daddy
  • Eye of the beholder: In rare photo, some see dress as black and blue, others as gold and white

    Friends and co-workers worldwide are debating the true hues of a royal blue dress with black lace that, to many an eye, transforms in one photograph into gold and white. "This photo provides the best test I've ever seen for how the process of colour correction works in the brain,'" said Daniel Hardiman-McCartney, the clinical adviser to Britain's College of Optometrists.

    The Canadian Press
  • Two Canadians sentenced in Australia for importing drugs into the country

    Two Canadians living in Australia have received stiff sentences in Sydney for importing drugs into Australia worth almost $254 million. The Sydney Morning Herald reports on its web site that Mark Clermont, 36, was sentenced to life in jail on Wednesday with no chance of parole for 20 years. The newspaper said they were found guilty of importing 85.5 kilograms of pure cocaine and 192.8 kilograms of methylamphetamine into Australia inside heavy machinery.

    The Canadian Press
  • Cut the Carbs With 13 High-Protein Breakfast Recipes

    When you start the day with a carb-heavy breakfast, the morning can sometimes drag, causing you to reach for that second cup of coffee. Try cutting down on carbs, and reach for one of these high-protein breakfast recipes instead. Whether you're on a

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  • Navy submarines: first time Canadian fleet is operational

    Canada's Navy is marking what it calls a milestone for its controversy-plagued submarine program. For the first time since Canada's four Victoria-class subs were purchased almost two decades ago, the navy says the fleet is now "operational", meaning three of the subs are able to conduct naval operations. Two of the subs, HMCS Victoria and HMCS Chicoutimi will be in the water off Esquimalt, B.C. this week, while HMCS Windsor is currently operating out of Halifax.

    CBC