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  • One of Mexico's deadliest gun battles kills 43 as police, suspects face off in cartel region

    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. Investigators and human rights officials continued to work Saturday on the scene of a lop-sided confrontation, similar to a case last June 30 in Mexico state, where the army said 22 alleged criminals died in a shootout with troops, while only one soldier was injured. An investigation by The Associated Press revealed that many of suspects had been killed after they surrendered.

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  • 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.

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  • OPP wants to see part of TVO Wynne documentary

    Ontario Provincial Police investigators want to see footage from an un-aired documentary on Premier Kathleen Wynne that may shed some light on an investigation into February’s Sudbury byelection. At question is a portion of the documentary White Pines Pictures has been working on for TVO called Premier: The Unscripted Kathleen Wynne which reportedly delves in-part into the controversy surrounding allegations made by former Liberal candidate Andrew Olivier that Wynne’s deputy chief of staff Pat Sorbara and Sudbury Liberal organizer Gerry Lougheed offered him a job so that he would step aside to allow another candidate to run for the party.

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  • Canadian vehicles recalled because of potentially deadly airbags

    An unknown number of cars, trucks and SUVs in Canada contain Takata-made airbags that can deploy with potentially lethal force and shoot shrapnel. The massive recall affects more than 53 million vehicles worldwide. The defective airbags contain a chemical that can break down and rupture in high humidity, according to U.S. regulators. “Over time, that moisture causes changes in the structure of the chemical propellant that ignites when an airbag deploys,” the U.S. department of transportation said in a press release Tuesday.

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  • Former UN worker claims to have proof of dead aliens on Mars

    In his latest bizarre 'discovery', a former United Nations worker claims to have uncovered proof of aliens and bio-robots on Mars. Andre Gignac, a prolific UFO hunter, says he spotted what he believes to be a dead alien in a Nasa photograph of Mount Sharp. In his latest bizarre 'discovery', a former United Nations worker claims he has uncovered proof of aliens and bio-robots on Mars.

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  • 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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  • '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

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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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  • 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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  • Soviet-era secret could become cash crop in Alaska

    It looks like a jade plant and you might even see it in neighbour's garden, but rhodiola rosea is not your average succulent. Alaska natives have been using a less potent cousin of the plant for generations. Russians have also been using it for hundreds of years. During the Cold War, Russia did extensive research on the plant, which Brown describes as a Soviet military secret.

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  • Parents of extreme preemie twins can't wait to bring them home

    After three months at Ronald McDonald House in St. John's, a couple from Corner Brook is looking forward to the day when they can finally bring their twin boys home. Samantha Payne and her husband Jamie have stuck closely to the Janeway Children's Hospital, following the birth of their extremely premature twins in January. Brett was discharged from hospital last week and has since joined his parents at Ronald McDonald House, while Luke remains in hospital on oxygen.

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  • Man who admitted killing B.C. hockey mom says sorry, wants rehab in prison

    Provincial court heard Yosef Gopaul intended to snatch Julie Paskall's purse in Surrey on Dec. 29, 2013, as she waited to pick up her 16-year-old son after he'd refereed at a minor hockey game. Yosef was charged with second-degree murder but pleaded guilty to the lesser charge on Friday, when he was handed a combined 12-year prison sentence for her death and a robbery at a bus stop two weeks earlier.

    The Canadian Press
  • 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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  • The Used iPhone Hack

    Don't have an upgrade? Buy a used iPhone and save CASH. Fully tested, no contract, cheap iPhones for sale.

  • 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.

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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.

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  • Lovin' it! Kanye West picks up McDonald's in his $750,000 Lamborghini

    It was a happy meal for Kanye West on Thursday as he picked up a McDonald’s at the drive-thru in Los Angeles. Hopefully Kanye didn’t spill any ketchup, because he was driving around in his $750,000 black Lamborghini. Kanye was friendly with the McDonald’s employees as they handed him a brown paper bag full of food at the pick-up window, before he sped off home.

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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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  • 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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  • Ferne McCann wears glam nude wrap dress to attend Cannes boat party

    The 24-year-old was pictured leaving the vessel wearing a nude wrap dress by Topshop boutique with a pretty gold necklace for the occasion.

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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

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