• Girl, 16, on the run with man three times her age 'has dyed her hair'

    A teenage girl missing for more than a week after disappearing with a man three times her age may have dyed her blonde hair black to hide from police. Fears were today growing for Kaylie Hatton, 16, from Sidcup, south-east London, who disappeared from her home after a row with her grandmother about her relationship with Fred Finch, 51.

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  • 'Swatting' hoax leads to 'traumatic' night for Richmond Hill family

    Vincent Yan's family was asleep in their Richmond Hill, Ont., home early this morning when they were awoken by loud bangs on the front door. It was a terrifying and traumatic few minutes for Yan and his family. An unknown caller told York police that a man at Yan's address had shot his family with an assault rifle and was now barricaded inside.

    CBC
  • Crash destroyed MY life, claims 'hit-and-run' cyclist who struck girl

    The cyclist branded callous for knocking down a toddler on a pavement has said his life has been ‘destroyed’ after the CCTV footage of the accident was released. It showed Lucie Wilding, three, being hit by the rider moments after she stepped out of her front garden.

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  • NEB and GNWT study finds 200 billion barrels of oil in the Sahtu

    The groups conducted a joint study near Norman Wells and Tulita: "Assessment of Unconventional Petroleum Resources of the Bluefish Shale and the Canol Shale in the Northwest Territories" — the first publicly-released study about how much oil could be in the ground there.

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  • Are we all going to die next Wednesday?

    Is the end of the world nigh? In fact, since 1994, when the collider was first mooted by the multi-national European nuclear research organisation (CERN), a small number of doomsayers have claimed that by replicating the conditions pertaining at the start of the universe (Big Bang), about 13,700 million years ago, there would be a small but real risk an unstoppable cataclysm would take place.

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  • Actress, comedian Anne Meara, wife of Jerry Stiller and mom of Ben, dies at 85

    Actress and comedian Anne Meara, whose comic work with husband Jerry Stiller helped launch a 60-year career in film and TV, has died. Jerry Stiller and son Ben Stiller say Meara died Saturday. The couple performed as Stiller & Meara on "The Ed Sullivan Show" and other programs in the 1960s and won awards for the radio and TV commercials they made together.

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  • Father kicked 'like a football' left disabled with brain damage

    A father-of-three 'used like a football' in a post-match attack by rival fans has been left severely disabled with significant brain damage, his family has said. Cambridge United supporter Simon Dobbin, 42, had been watching his side take on Southend United and was on his way back to a railway station when he was attacked.

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  • Air Canada begins clamp down in Toronto on passenger's carry-on baggage

    With the busy summer travel season taking flight, Air Canada today began clamping down on carry-on baggage. Airline staff at Toronto's Pearson International Airport have been stationed at both check-in and security checkpoints to ensure carry-on bags meet size and weight requirements. Air Canada specifies that a personal item can include a backpack, briefcase or laptop computer measuring up to 16 by 33 by 43 centimetres and a standard item such as a suitcase measuring up to 23 by 40 by 55 centimetres including wheels and handles.

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  • 'Shark Tank' investor Barbara Corcoran reveals the worst mistakes aspiring entrepreneurs make

    In a new Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything), Corcoran says that from her experience, the worst mistakes an entrepreneur can make are "pissing away money on patents and PR" and not being confident enough. It's why she told Business Insider last year that she never invests in "rich kids" who can easily recover from a financial failure.

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  • Greece refuses to pay £1.1billion bill

    Greece's finance minister Yanis Varoufakis (pictured) cautioned that the entire euro project could unravel if Athens crashed out of the single currency.

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  • 'Please don't let my boys see me die': Jade begs family to keep sons away from her death bed as she nears the end

    Jade Goody has begged her family and friends not to let her two young sons witness her death, it emerged today.

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  • 5 Simple Steps to Renew Your Concrete Driveway (6 photos)

    In an alternative universe—in a world with neither vehicles nor inclement weather—your concrete driveway might never lose its pristine, freshly poured look. Stains and cracks, depressions and flaking are all common problems with concrete driveways, and they only get worse with time.

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  • Leah Remini Speaks Out Against Scientology; Faces Backlash From Church

    Leah Remini opens up about her life in the controversial scientology religion and her decision to leave it.

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  • Neolithic village hidden beneath Bulgaria

    Approximately 60 large houses (pictured in aerial image), built 8,000 years ago as part of a Neolithic village, have been discovered in south west Bulgaria.

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  • Corvette does donuts on Kenmount Road, scares drivers, upsets car group

    Car enthusiasts who regularly meet in St. John's are upset after an incident of reckless driving last week. Jonathon Murphy-Lee is part of a group that regularly meets at the A&W restaurant on Kenmount Road.

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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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  • Canadian border security: Most travellers aren't fully screened

    Millions of people arrive at Canadian border crossings each month, and CBC News has learned that most of them aren't fully screened against the country's major police database. CPIC contains criminal records, outstanding arrest warrants and other security information compiled by police. It may seem ironic, but American border agents use CPIC at the primary inspection line to help screen travellers, while visitors to Canada aren't all screened with this Canadian tool.

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  • Anne Robinson, 70, cuts a youthful figure during a morning jog

    Anne Robinson seemed happy to let people know that she does her part to stay in good shape as she enjoyed a recent run in vibrant sports gear.

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  • Two golden retrievers snapped 'driving' their own car 

    Hannah Barrett, 20, from Loughborough, spotted a pair of dogs in the driver and passenger seat of a car looking like they were off for a quiet drive in the village of East Leake in Leicestershire.

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  • Why brains, not bust size, matter more for men

    A leading scientist has claimed that men value intelligence over bust size when they are searching for a future wife. Evolutionary biologist Professor David Bainbridge said brains suggests a women is likely to be a responsible mother.

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