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In major shift, federal government looks to settle in ‘60s Scoop lawsuit

February 1, 2020 - 17:17

The change comes after years of litigation and before a judge prepared to rule on the $1.3-billion class action suit.
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Family of man shot by Dallas police officer to sue

43 min 41 sec ago

Amber Guyger says she mistook the man’s apartment for her own when she shot him. Guyger has since been fired.
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Hurricane Florence flooding persists in South Carolina

48 min 48 sec ago

Twelve days after the once-fierce hurricane arrived on the U.S. coast, rivers swollen by relentless rains are still flooding homes and businesses as they make their way to the sea.
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Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford releases sworn declarations from husband and three friends

1 hour 11 min ago

The declarations suggest Ford shared details about her recollection in the years prior to Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination.
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Fighting comes to a halt as Libya signs new ceasefire agreement

1 hour 15 min ago

117 people have been killed and another 404 wounded in the fighting in Tripoli.
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Convicted Danish submarine killer loses appeal

1 hour 20 min ago

The 47-year-old inventor lost an appeal against his life sentence on Wednesday after prosecutors argued his motive for killing and torturing a Swedish reporter was sexual.
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Boy killed in Regent Park shooting identified as Mackai Bishop Jackson, 15

1 hour 30 min ago

No information about potential suspects has been released by police.
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Far-right German party’s plans for Jewish section criticized

1 hour 55 min ago

The Jewish Students Union of Germany is urging all Jewish people in Germany to participate in a protest rally next month.
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Nearly 400,000 ‘excess deaths’ in South Sudan’s civil war

2 hours 1 min ago

The new figure was published weeks after warring sides signed a ‘final final’ peace deal in the conflict that caused Africa’s largest refugee crisis since 1994.
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Here is everything you need to know about the New Brunswick election deadlock

2 hours 46 min ago

Many questions remain about how New Brunswick’s political future will unfold after voters turned their backs on the province’s entrenched two-party system and put the balance of power in two smaller parties.
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Bump stocks banned by 10 U.S. states since Las Vegas shooting

2 hours 55 min ago

The little-known device was intended to help people with disabilities, but gained notoriety after being used in the Oct. 1 rampage that left 58 dead.
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Man in his 50s in life-threatening condition after hit-and-run in Scarborough

3 hours 5 min ago

Emergency services rushed to St. Clair Ave. E. and Jeanette St. where police say the victim was located without vital signs.
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What you should know about Rachel Mitchell, the U.S. prosecutor chosen to question Kavanaugh and his accuser

3 hours 6 min ago

Mitchell is a registered Republican whose most high-profile case concerns a church abuse sex scandal in Arizona. She has worked at the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office for 26 years and currently heads its special victims division.
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Alleged serial killer Bruce McArthur back in court Wednesday

3 hours 30 min ago

The 66-year-old faces eight first-degree murder charges related to the disappearances of men tied to Toronto’s gay village.
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Researchers raise alarm over use of artificial intelligence in immigration and refugee decision-making

5 hours 12 min ago

A University of Toronto study says Canadians should be alarmed by the growing use of artificial intelligence in immigration and refugee decision-making, noting it could create “a laboratory for high-risk experiments” that threaten migrants’ human rights.
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