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HURRICANE SALLY

Hurricane Sally's power tears roof off business

Credit: SBS - Published 6 hours ago
Residents along the U.S. Gulf Coast are just starting to tally the damage from Hurricane Sally as business owners spent Thursday (September 17) salvaging files and mementos from offices that were completely destroyed by winds from the storm. »more

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PATRIOTIC EDUCATION / DONALD TRUMP

US President Donald Trump calls for greater 'patriotic education'

US President Donald Trump spoke at the National Archives to commemorate Constitution Day and stated that "patriotic education" should be restored to schools. "We must clear away the twisted web of lies in our schools and classrooms and teach our children the magnificent truth about our country," the..
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PRIME MINISTER

Libya's UN-backed Prime Minister 'Ready to Step Down' if New Leader Chosen

Fayez al-Sarraj says he is ready for a 'peaceful transition of power' once agreement is reached on new leaders and a new government
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TESLA DRIVER CAUGHT NAPPING

Speeding Tesla driver caught napping behind the wheel on Alberta highway

Alberta RCMP have charged a 20-year-old B.C. man for activating his Tesla's autopilot functions and reclining for a nap behind the wheel.
Credit: CBC.ca - Published

 
WESTERN UNIVERSITY

COVID-19 outbreak prompts Western University to end non-academic activities

More than two dozen students at Western University have tested positive for COVID-19, prompting the school to shut down many non-academic activities.
Credit: CP24 - Published

 
TORONTO CENTRE
TV host Marci Ien says she’s running to fill Toronto Centre seat left vacant by Bill Morneau
Broadcaster Marci Ien says she’s throwing her hat in the ring to become the Liberal candidate for Toronto Centre, the riding most recently represented by former finance minister Bill Morneau.
Credit: CP24 - Published