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Trump’s chief of staff says ‘lack of compromise,’ led to Civil War, sparks Twitter backlash – National

Donald Trump’s chief of staff John Kelly said a lack of “compromise” led to the U.S. Civil War while also calling Confederate hero Robert E. Lee an “honourable” man. In…

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First charges could be unsealed in U.S. special counsel’s Russia probe – World

The first charges from the probe of possible Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election could be unsealed as early as Monday and a target taken into custody, possibly…

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Trudeau government warned to be careful before approving Chinese takeover bid for Aecon construction

OTTAWA – The Trudeau Liberals are facing warnings to proceed cautiously and in as transparent a manner as possible as they weigh a Chinese state-owned company’s bid to take over…

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Iceland’s ruling centre-right party takes early lead in parliamentary vote – World

Independence Party led with 26% in early counting, followed by Left-Green Movement at 17% Thomson Reuters Posted: Oct 28, 2017 8:12 PM ET Last Updated: Oct 28, 2017 8:14 PM…

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Justin Trudeau supports undivided Spain

SAINT BRUNO-DE-MONTARVILE, Que. – Canada supports an undivided Spain, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday in response to the Catalan regional parliament in Barcelona passing a motion unilaterally establishing a…

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U.S. drug company founder charged with bribing doctors to prescribe addictive opioid – Health

The founder of U.S. drug company Insys Therapeutics has been charged with leading a nationwide conspiracy to bribe doctors and pharmacists to widely prescribe an opioid cancer pain drug for…

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Cyberattacks top concern for Bank of Canada boss amid rapidly changing tactics – National

OTTAWA – Of all the economic fears that could keep Stephen Poloz awake at night, the threat of a cyberattack is perhaps the one that troubles him the most. The…

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Kenya holds new presidential election amid call for boycott – World

Some polling stations in Kenyan opposition areas did not open on Thursday after the start of Kenya’s second presidential election since August, reflecting the main opposition leader’s call for his…

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Albert Einstein’s theory of happiness note sells for $1.5M – National

While Albert Einstein’s theory of happiness may be relative, it fetched US$1.56 million (€1.33 m) at a Jerusalem auction on Tuesday. The Nobel-winning scientist’s musings, handwritten on a note, may…

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House Republicans to investigate Russia uranium deal tied to Canadian company – World

Republican leaders of two committees in the U.S. House of Representatives launched an investigation on Tuesday into the purchase by a Russian firm several years ago of a Canadian-based company…

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