• Buffalo Bills pay about $3 million to settle lawsuit over text messages

    The problem started when the Bills started sending text alerts in 2012. It was an opt-in service that provided updates on the team. Jerry Wojcik, a Bills fan living in Florida, said the team violated the terms of the service by sending 13 texts in two weeks, when the Bills said they would send no…

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    • Chinese-only sign creates stir in Richmond, B.C.

      There's another language controversy, of sorts, brewing in Canada. No, this one is not happening in Quebec — it's taking place on the west coast, in Richmond, British Columbia. According to the Richmond Review newspaper, there are rumblings about the … Continue reading →

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      • 4 Early Warning Signs of a Toxic Relationship

        EMandLO.com reader Pigeon wrote the following in response to our post, "Your Call: I Finally Escaped a Toxic 13-Year Marriage. Now What?" What warning signs of a toxic relationship would you add to this list? Have a bit of time to enjoy your freedom - just remember that you are still young and you…

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        • Debra Messing Drops 20 Pounds Without Dieting: Before and After Pictures!

          Debra Messing reveals how she dropped 20 pounds -- see her before and after pictures

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          • Buying sex was 'a rush', married man opens up as a john

            A married man talks openly about the overwhelming urge he had to buy sex from prostitutes in back alleys while his wife and children were at home.

            • HBO strikes deal with Amazon to stream shows

              Amazon will begin streaming some HBO shows to its premium customers next month, the companies said on Wednesday, in a move that could lure subscribers away from Netflix Inc, a company they both compete with. The companies said this was the first time HBO, the premium cable channel owned by Time…

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              • Ukraine says has 'freed' an eastern town of separatists

                Ukrainian government said on Wednesday its forces had flushed armed separatists out of a town in eastern Ukraine as part of an "anti-terrorism" operation. The Interior Ministry said the operation took place on the outskirts of Sviatogorsk and no casualties were suffered. There have been no previous…

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                • Canada’s middle class has little to cheer about

                  A new study says Canada’s middle class is among the richest in the world, ahead of the United States, but economists say there’s little in the numbers to cheer about - and a few caveats. According to a study done … Continue reading →

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                  • Angila Wilson's killing shocks Clearwater, B.C.

                    The community of Clearwater, B.C., is in shock and mourning after Angila Wilson, a nurse and mother of three was found dead around 10 a.m. PT Monday after police were called to check on her well-being.

                    • Cuba Gooding Jr.'s Wife Sara Kapfer Files For Divorce After 20 Years of Marriage

                      After 20 years of marriage, Cuba Gooding Jr.'s wife Sara Kapfer has filed for divorce, citing "irreconcilable differences"

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                      • What One Mom Found in Her Son’s Backpack. Funny or Not So Much?

                        I was perusing Facebook the other day and up popped this photo with the caption “Look what I just found in Orion's backpack. I have no words.” It was posted by a friend whose five-year-old son is in kindergarten

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                        • Ron MacLean makes awkward apology after French-Canadian ref conspiracy theory

                          Again, for the record: MacLean was worried about the perception of assigning a French-Canadian referee for the game immediately following one in which a French-Canadian referee made a controversial call. He’s TOTALLY cool with a French-Canadian referee working Game 5, 6 or 7, where we’re sure this…

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                          • Firefighters were unaware Peel warehouse contained explosive materials

                            Three firefighters were injured after a warehouse filled with aerosol spray cans and butane lighters exploded as they battled a blaze early Wednesday morning. A fourth firefighter was treatead for smoke inhalation.

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                            • Alberta hopes to ram world record with humongous horns from bighorn sheep

                              EDMONTON - Wildlife officials in Alberta think they've found the big one. They believe a set of spiral horns on the skull of a bighorn sheep found east of the Rocky Mountains will set a new world record. Neil Brad said Tuesday that the horns, weighing about 18 kilograms, must be left to dry for a…

                              The Canadian Press
                              • 15 Common Home Items that Terrify Pets

                                Is your pet afraid of common household appliances like vacuums and blenders? How about things that seem completely harmless - and more irrational - like microwave popcorn and duct tape?

                                • Search for MH370 reveals a military vulnerability for China

                                  By Greg Torode and Michael Martina HONG KONG/BEIJING (Reuters) - When Chinese naval supply vessel Qiandaohu entered Australia's Albany Port this month to replenish Chinese warships helping search for a missing Malaysian airliner, it highlighted a strategic headache for Beijing - its lack of…

                                  • Ex-girlfriend testifies in sex assault trial of GTA doctors

                                    Warning: This story contains disturbing details. The ex-girlfriend of one of two doctors on trial for gang sexual assault testifies that one of them, Dr. Amitabh Chauhan, drugged and raped her 11 years ago.

                                    • Cow-milking robots make farmers, animals happier

                                      The cows, it turns out, are perfectly capable of deciding when they need to be milked. A new trend in farm-based robotics has dramatically changed the way cows are cared for and milked at farms in Wisconsin, Pennsylvania, and New York, according to a report from the New York Times.

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                                      • Emma Watson Shows Us How a Super-Nude Pedicure is Kinda Perfect

                                        Emma Watson may have looked gorgeous in head-to-toe rose Narciso Rodriguez at the Tribeca Film Festival Sunday (very Easter appropriate, don't you think?), but the real must-try from her look was her (possibly) unpolished -- or just buffed -- toes.

                                        • The Top 4 High-Yield Stocks Owned By Billionaires Like Warren Buffett

                                          They say there is power in numbers, and when it comes to investing like the pros, that sentiment is right on the money. One of my favorite analytical methods is to find stocks that possess as

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