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Red-hot Orioles visit Red Sox for 1-game Fenway stopover

The Baltimore Orioles have won 34 of their last 51 games and find themselves firmly entrenched in the race for ...


Serena Williams bids farewell, Coco Gauff battles for win in Toronto

It was a loss that made the biggest news at the National Bank Open in Toronto on Wednesday as Serena ...


Cubs, Reds meet in Field of Dreams game

The field will be the star when the Chicago Cubs play the Cincinnati Reds in the second annual "Field of ...


Serena Williams exits Toronto tourney with emotional goodbye

Just a day after announcing she plans to wind down her tennis career, Serena Williams exited the National Bank Open ...


Excelsior apologize to Myunb0ng for miscommunication over release

The New York Excelsior announced on social media Wednesday that they were parting ways with starting support Seo "Myunb0ng" Sang-min ...


Blue Jays-Orioles rained out; makeup set for Labor Day

The Baltimore Orioles' series finale against the visiting Toronto Blue Jays was rained out Wednesday night and will be made ...


Iga Swiatek rolls, Coco Gauff battles for win in Toronto

Top seed Iga Swiatek of Poland breezed into the next round while No. 10 Coco Gauff needed nearly three hours ...


What created the continents? New evidence points to giant asteroids

Earth is the only planet we know of with continents, the giant landmasses that provide homes to humankind and most ...


Pakistan: Karachi among world's worst places to live

Islamabad [Pakistan], August 10 (ANI): Karachi has yet again made it to the list of worst cities to live in ...


A meat tax is probably inevitable - here's how it could work

Rearing livestock and growing crops to feed them has destroyed more tropical forest and killed more wildlife than any other ...


The Toronto Police's #TPSTrust campaign misses the mark

Maintaining public trust in police is essential for effective policing and last month the Toronto Police Service (TPS), Canada's largest ...


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New money transfers spell end of credit card, says Brazil bank chief

SAO PAULO, Brazil: Brazil's central bank chief Roberto Campos Neto has said that he believes credit cards will cease to ...

Fears of global recession keep Asian stocks on edge

SYDNEY, NSW, Australia - Stocks in China were flat to lower on Tuesday as investors weighed up the disappointing economic ...

UK Labor Party calls for limit on energy prices

LONDON, England: Reports from the UK's opposition Labour Party said its leader, KeirStarmer, will call for a freeze on energy ...

Covid tests for vaccinated passengers dropped by cruise lines

MIAMI, Florida: Carnival cruise lines, including Carnival Cruise, Princess Cruises and Cunard, have made plans to drop mandatory COVID-19 testing ...

U.S. stocks gain ground, Nasdaq Composite climbs 81 points

NEW YORK, New York - U.S. stocks continued to mend fences on Monday, with gains by all the major indices."I ...

Dublin to see construction of new Amazon data centers in Ireland

DUBLIN, Ireland: Amazon has received permission to build two new data centers in north Dublin. The Dublin City Council approved ...

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US, India to hold military exercise near disputed Chinese border

WASHINGTON D.C.: The U.S. will participate in a joint military exercise in mid-October with India, less than 62 miles from ...

South Korea sends orbiter to moon, seeks to join exclusive club

SEOUL, South Korea: South Korea has launched a domestically manufactured lunar orbiter that took off from Florida's Cape Canaveral Space ...

Russian missile scientist charged with passing secrets to China

MOSCOW, Russia: A leading Russian scientist in the field of hypersonic flight, Dr. Alexander Shiplyuk, has been arrested on suspicion ...

Citing safety of children, LA to move homeless away from schools

LOS ANGELES, California: During a meeting that was disrupted by protesters this week, the Los Angeles City Council voted to ...

Former Puerto Rico governor Wanda Vazquez arrested on bribery charges

WASHINGTON D.C.: The U.S. Justice Department announced this week that former Puerto Rico governor Wanda Vazquez has been arrested in ...

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Blue Jays activate OF George Springer from injured list

The Toronto Blue Jays activated outfielder George Springer from the injured list Monday and designated outfielder Bradley Zimmer for assignment. ...


Punjab Police recovers weapons used by Pak Army from arrested ISI-backed terrorists

Mohali (Punjab) [India], August 16 (ANI): The weapons recovered from Pakistan ISI-backed terrorists are lethal and usually used by Pakistan ...


Canadian court rejects plea of two Khalistani terrorists to be taken off no-fly list

Toronto [Canada], August 16 (ANI): A Canadian court has upheld the constitutionality of keeping two "Khalistani terrorists" on the country's ...


Jonathan Huberdeau to donate brain for CTE research

New Calgary Flames forward Jonathan Huberdeau has pledged to donate his brain for research into chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE) and ...


Multigenerational living: A strategy to cope with unaffordable housing?

Over the past 20 years, housing prices in Canada have increased at double the rate of income growth. As a ...


Why doesn't Canada let schools provide child care?

Canada's policy-makers could take lessons from other countries who have streamlined early learning and child care within their schools.Instead, they ...


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