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  • My father left his home to his kids — my stepmother sold it for $1 million

    He made his wishes clear, but his second wife had other ideas.

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  • Confusing Picture Of Embracing Couple Sends The Internet Into Meltdown

    The internet loves a good optical illusion - remember the blue and gold dress? 

    Yahoo News
  • David Backes reveals the ‘something’ Steve Ott gave him that wasn't PEDs

    "Someone said that it was performance-enhancing drugs," Backes joked, "so now he wants to sue me for defamation."

    Puck Daddy
  • Mother's intuition saves little girl's life as hospital admits failure

    A mother’s intuition may have saved the life of her baby girl after she decided to leave a Newcastle emergency room after waiting hours. Nine month old Khloe is now being treated for meningococcal after being diagnosed by a GP with a hospital admitting its care fell short. Khloe’s mum Darcie Mitchell noticed something wasn’t right on Tuesday afternoon.

    7News
  • Rae finds Trudeau's praise for Stephen Harper hard to swallow

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau offered rare praise Saturday for Conservative predecessor Stephen Harper but at least one Liberal elder statesman found it a bit hard to swallow. The former interim Liberal leader later refused to comment on his gesture, which was caught on video by a reporter for The Canadian Press. Rae's gag reflex was stimulated during a speech by Trudeau to the convention, the first such gathering since the Liberals defeated Harper's Conservatives in last fall's election.

    The Canadian Press
  • Defending champion Warriors stave off elimination, beat OKC

    OAKLAND, Calif. - "We ain't going home! We're not going home!" Stephen Curry screamed at the top of his lungs. No, his Golden State Warriors are going back to Oklahoma City, after keeping their title reign and the winningest season in NBA history alive for at least one more game. Curry scored 31 points, raising his arms in the early moments to fire up Golden State's raucous crowd, and the defending champions staved off elimination with a 120-111 victory over the Thunder on Thursday night in Game 5 of the Western Conference finals.

    The Canadian Press
  • Tiffany's 'old-world luxury' fails to charm millennials

    For Alan Feid, a 28-year-old looking to buy an engagement ring for his fiancée, the rings he found in the diamond district in Manhattan were just as good as the ones he saw at Tiffany & Co's flagship store on Fifth Avenue. Tiffany's jewelry, long considered a status symbol, has been patronized by Hollywood A-listers and the political elite, and coveted by well-to-do baby boomers who made the brand synonymous with weddings and anniversaries. This growing demographic of high-earning but not-yet-rich millennials - with annual salaries of $100,000-$250,000 - are spending more on brands that offer them a more contemporary look or on jewelry made by niche designers.

    Reuters
  • Gordon Ramsay Responds To Woman Whose Baby Looks Just Like Him

    Meet Arlo-Blue, the baby that bears a striking resemblance to a certain foul-mouthed chef. 

    Yahoo News
  • World’s Longest Railway Tunnel Set To Open After 17 Years

    After a construction period of nearly two decades, the world’s longest railway tunnel is finally set to open in Switzerland.

    Yahoo News
  • Johnny Depp fires back at Amber Heard, doesn’t want to pay spousal support

    The ongoing divorce between Johnny Depp and Amber Heard has taken a bitter turn. Heard is seeking spousal support and Depp doesn't want to pay for it.

    Global News
  • Pelicans forward Bryce Dejean-Jones dead at 23

    The rookie died early Saturday morning in Dallas from injuries sustained from an apparent gun-shot wound.

    Yahoo Sports
  • Obama: Allies 'rattled' by Trump; Trump blasts Obama

    President Barack Obama said Thursday that foreign leaders are "rattled" by Donald Trump and have good reason to feel that way, as he accused the presumptive Republican presidential nominee of ignorance about world affairs. Weighing in on the Democratic race to replace him, Obama also downplayed concerns that the protracted fight between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders is hurting his party's chances, brushing off their escalating attacks as the inevitable "grumpiness" of a primary campaign. Obama offered his assessment of the presidential campaign on the sidelines of a Group of Seven advanced economies summit in Japan, the latest world gathering to be colored by global concerns about Trump.

    The Canadian Press
  • Tent caterpillars inch their way into a southeast Saskatchewan takeover

    CBC has reported on people in Esterhazy, Sask., using snow blowers to get tent caterpillars away from their doors, and now people are sharing their tales of woe in Raymore and Yorkton. Tent caterpillars are different from cankerworms, and like to clump together and defoliate ash, poplar and fruit trees. "I was outside of my workshop and it's just millions of those tent caterpillars," said Todd Deutsch in Raymore.

    CBC
  • Elderly Quebec couple get prison terms for sexually abusing foster kids

    A 59-year-old woman cried in a Quebec courtroom on Thursday as she recalled the sexual, psychological and physical abuse she suffered as a child at the hands of her foster parents and their friends. The woman, whose name cannot be published, was one of two victims who read impact statements in court before a judge sentenced Jacques Laporte to 10 years in prison and Micheline Charland-Laporte to eight years. The accused, who are now in their 70s, pleaded guilty to multiple charges including rape, sexual assault against a minor, gross indecency and assault causing bodily harm.

    The Canadian Press
  • From North Korea to middle America: The secret life of Kim Jong Un's aunt, a U.S. resident since 1998

    NEW YORK — Wandering through Times Square, past the Naked Cowboy and the Elmos and the ticket touts, she could be any immigrant trying to live the American Dream. A 60-year-old Korean woman with a soft perm and conservative clothes, she’s taking a weekend off from pressing shirts and hemming pants at the dry-cleaning business she runs with her husband. But she’s not just any immigrant. She’s an aunt to Kim Jong Un, the young North Korean leader who has threatened to wipe out New York with a hydrogen bomb. And for the past 18 years, since defecting from North Korea into the waiting arms of the CIA, she has been living an anonymous life here in the United States, with her husband and three children.

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  • Record-breaking wet day for Metro Vancouver

    Between midnight and noon on May 28, Vancouver Harbour was soaked by 30.7 millimetres of rain — making it the wettest day of the year so far. The last time the city saw such heavy rainfall was January 21 when 29.9 millimetres fell within a 24-hour period. South Burnaby recorded 42.6 millimetres and and Mt. Strachan on the North Shore received 39.7 millimetres.

    CBC
  • Russia names final World Cup of Hockey roster; NHL to ban Voynov?

    The Russians went heavy on forward for their initial World Cup of Hockey roster, naming only three defenseman. So that left a few spots up front available and a bevy on the back end.

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  • Boy and his dog, who suffer from dwarfism, draw confidence from each other

    A five-year-old boy with dwarfism has gained a new canine companion whose friendship is helping him to accept himself. Quaden Bayles is an Australian boy who was born with achondroplasia, a common form of dwarfism, and who has faced cruel bullying both in-person and from online trolls. Speaking to BuzzFeed, Quaden’s mother Yarraka Bayles explained that Quaden had become so depressed and ashamed about his body that even hearing the word “dwarfism” would upset him.

    Good News
  • Man admits kidnapping, raping teenage girl; gets 45-90 years

    Nathaniel Kibby pleaded guilty to seven counts including kidnapping, aggravated felonious sex assault and criminal threatening. Kibby, who had pleaded not guilty after his arrest, had been scheduled to go on trial next month on nearly 200 felony charges related to the girl's October 2013 disappearance and the months that followed. Before the 35-year-old Kibby entered his new pleas, a prosecutor said Kibby had kidnapped the girl by offering her a ride home from her school and then brandishing a gun when she tried to get out of his car.

    The Canadian Press