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VIDEO: Thug attempts to stab police officer

British police attempt arrest and end up in a violent confrontation with man armed with a long knife.

  • Watch: Virgin Atlantic Plane Overtaken By ‘UFO’ Over Skies Of New York

    This is the spooky moment a jumbo jet taking off from New York was seemingly overtaken in the air by a UFO. The incredible footage shows the Virgin Atlantic plane flying from JFK airport before a mystery object is seen in the distance flying quickly past it.

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  • Toronto man found dead in pond near Peterborough

    A Toronto man was found unresponsive in a rural pond by his wife Saturday and was later pronounced dead at the scene roughly 22 kilometres southwest of Peterborough, Ont. The Scarborough couple owned property that included a trailer and a large pond on Syer Line, the OPP said in a news release. Kai-Din Lee's wife found him unresponsive Saturday just after 4 p.m. ET in a pond on the site.

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  • Woman ‘Killed By Neighbour’ For Mowing Her Lawn In The Middle Of The Night

    A man is said to have shot dead her elderly neighbour because she was mowing her lawn late at night. James Blair was arrested after he allegedly shot dead pensioner Linda Ciotto after apparently losing his temper at the sound coming from her garden in Willard, Ohio, at 11pm. The 62-year-old woman was found dead outside her home with a gunshot wound to her head and shocked neighbours told police Blair killed her because of her late-night gardening session.

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  • Bonsai Tree, Aged 390, Survived the Hiroshima Bomb and No-One Knew Till 2001

    A photograph taken of Hiroshima city in 1946 (Picture: Rex)A Japanese bonsai tree in the United States is not only 390-years-old but also survived the atomic bomb which decimated Hiroshima in 1945.Donated to the US National Arboretum, Washington D.C.

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  • Canadian dollar dips below 77 cents with more pain to come

    The Canadian dollar is nearing its low for the year Friday, after news that the economy contracted for a fifth straight month in May. The loonie closed at 76.45 US cents, down half a cent from Thursday, after Statistics Canada said the economy shrank 0.2 per cent in May. The lowest close this year is 76.40 US cents. TD Bank economist Leslie Preston says the dollar is likely to go to 73 cents this year, and will stay in the mid-70s for at least another year.

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  • Ice T & Coco Reveal Baby Name!

    Ice T and Coco Austin are expecting their first child together and on Monday morning, the couple revealed the sex of their soon-to-arrive baby. On the premiere episode of their Fox talk show, "Ice & Coco," the pair shared they are expecting a baby girl

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  • 22 Tim Hortons Fails Every Canadian Will Recognize

    Double double dose of disappointment.

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  • St. John's family shaken by weekend home invasion

    Jeffrey LeDrew says he was awoken around 3:30 a.m. Sunday morning to the sound of creaking on the hardwood steps outside his bedroom. "I yelled out, 'Hello, hello' a couple of times and I thought it may have been my son coming up from the basement," said LeDrew. "I woke to Jeff screaming, 'There's a person in our house,'" recalled wife Connie Parsons.

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  • Christina Applegate Gets Uncomfortable Talking About Ditching Brad Pitt Mid-Date

    Christina Applegate was on Watch What Happens Live Sunday and got grilled by host Andy Cohen about the story that she ditched Brad Pitt mid-date for another guy at the 1989 MTV Movie Awards. Applegate was noticeably uncomfortable while being asked who it was that she left Pitt for, and refused to answer. Before Cohen tossed to commercial break, Applegate said, "I'm, like, sweating, I'm so upset right now...And I'm sure Brad loves that everyone knows about this silly story that wasn't even a thing. It wasn't even a thing, we were just friends."

    TV In No Time
  • John Daly wants to be U.S. Ryder Cup captain

    John Daly thinks he would be the perfect man to lead the U.S. Ryder Cup team into a future biennial match against the Europeans. The 49-year-old two-time major champion said at last week's Paul Lawrie Match Play in Scotland that he hopes to get a chance to be captain of a team he never played on in his career. Daly subscribes to the same viewpoint that made Fred Couples so popular with players when he led the U.S. to three consecutive Presidents Cup wins.

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  • Authorities: 2 women dead from suspected drug overdoses after collapsing at music festival

    Two women died from suspected drug overdoses at a popular weekend music festival, prompting calls for an investigation and concern over the use of narcotics at youth-oriented events. The women, one 18 years old and the other 19, were found unresponsive on Saturday at the HARD Summer music festival in Pomona, about 30 miles east of downtown Los Angeles. The deaths appeared to be due to drug overdoses but autopsies were planned, coroner's Lt. Fred Corral told the Los Angeles Times (http://lat.ms/1OIVJsa ).

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  • Young mum's crippling stomach pains caused by surgical clamp left behind during C-section

    A young Russian mum was stunned to discover that her terrible stomach ache was being caused by an 8-inch surgical clamp left behind during a C-section three years previously. Aisina Zindusova was admitted to a hospital in Ufa with crippling abdominal pains last month. “I felt OK up until now but I cannot believe I carried a clamp in my stomach for three years after my caesarean,” she said.

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  • Kelly McParland: Canadians think they like Thomas Mulcair. But have they listened?

    Thomas Mulcair has become a popular fellow. Surveys show some Canadians who are warming to the New Democrats are motivated mainly by the fact he’s the leader. It’s a situation not unlike the happy days of Liberal leader Justin Trudeau’s ascendancy: it didn’t matter how many gaffes he made in his two-year honeymoon period, Canadians had just decided to like him. Fortunately for Mulcair, the election is likely to be called within days, leaving less time for a Trudeau-like awakening.

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  • This Design Technique Will Make Any Home Look More Expensive (6 photos)

    One especially easy and wallet-friendly custom upgrade is applied molding, sometimes called "picture boxing." This technique involves measuring and mounting molding directly to the walls, often in square or rectangular forms. Applied molding is a go-to trick for Scott McGillivray, host of Income Property on HGTV and real estate expert. "It's a perception of higher class," Scott says.

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  • CEO: This is the crude oil bottom

    In Jim Cramer's Executive Cut, this CEO tells the "Mad Money" host why he believes crude oil is ready to rebound.

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  • Will & Jada NOT Splitting

    Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith are at the center of yet another split rumor, but Access Hollywood has learned the couple is, in fact, not set to divorce. Following a tabloid report claiming the Hollywood power couple was planning to divorce at the

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  • Jose Bautista says Yordano Ventura 'could use some maturing'

    It's been an interesting 24 hours for the Toronto Blue Jays and Kansas City Royals. Edinson Volquez and Ryan Madson called out Josh Donaldson, while Jose Bautista said he lost respect for Royals manager Ned Yost. Royals pitcher Yordano Ventura had a couple of things to say about Bautista later in the day.

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  • 10 countries sitting on massive oceans of oil

    The world powers and Iran struck a deal on Tuesday to curb Iran's nuclear program for at least 10 years in exchange for billions of dollars in relief from international sanctions. Interestingly, although Iran has a huge amount of oil, the Islamic republic doesn't even make it into the top three when it comes to proven crude oil reserves. Using the data provided by Barclays commodities analyst Michael Cohen, we put together a list of the 10 countries sitting on the greatest amounts of crude oil.

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  • This Cute Baby Ape Was Brought Back From The Brink Of Suicide

    This beautiful sweet baby orangutan named Udin was nearly a goner - but is now thriving, thanks to a dedicated team of animal lovers. When he was rescued by the International Animal Rescue (IAR) team, he refused to eat or drink, due to trauma. The baby ape - who had once “completely given up on life”, according to IAR chief executive Alan Knight - is one of 86 orphaned orangutans being cared for there.

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  • Sisters organize topless march after being improperly stopped by policev

    Sat, Aug 1: The women say a police officer stopped them while riding bikes and told them it was illegal, though that's not the case. Women have had the right to go topless in public since 1996 in Ontario.

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