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  • Falling through the cracks
    Warren Mundy tentatively reaches for a bottle of moisturiser to tend his burnt hands.
    His skin has dried out, which makes it painful to bend his fingers resembling boiled sausages from extensive skin graft surgery.
    He winces in pain that he says is hard to describe...

  • U.S., China trade barbs at economic summit
    Leaders from the world’s two biggest economies put Canada and its allies in the position of picking sides in the battle for world influence, as the United States and China outlined different visions for trade and investment on Saturday.
    The tit-for-tat tough...

  • CA visit
    PARADISE, Calif. — President Donald Trump on Saturday acknowledged Californians suffering from twin tragedies, walking through the ashes of a mobile home and RV park in a small northern town all but destroyed by deadly wildfires and privately consoling people grieving after a mass shooting at a popular college bar outside Los Angeles....

  • ISLANDER
    Nov. 30 is the deadline for submitting electoral-reform referendum ballots, and many B.C. residents have yet to make up their minds. As of Friday, Elections B.C. showed an 18 per cent return rate for the mail-in ballots. If you are still trying to figure out...

  • Trump: Report on killing due this week
    President Trump on Saturday said he had spoken with CIA Director Gina Haspel on the agency’s finding that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi and that there will be a “very full report” on the matter by Tuesday....

  • Fears rise for the missing as president visits California fire scenes
    President Trump toured a scene of surreal devastation on Saturday, picking his way around burned trees and the hulking skeletons of automobiles as he pledged federal resources to help Californians recover from the most deadly and destructive wildfire in state history....

  • Speaker battle sets off national campaign
    Music legend Barbra Streisand retweeted a list of Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s biggest legislative achievements. Film director Rob Reiner called her “the smartest, toughest strategic thinker in our party.” And tennis champ Martina Navratilova wondered aloud why Pelosi’s job was at risk but her Senate counterpart’s position was in no such trouble....

  • ‘Nothing on this page is real’
    The only light in the house came from the glow of three computer monitors, and Christopher Blair, 46, sat down at a keyboard and started to type. His wife had left for work and his children were on their way to school, but waiting online was his other community, an unreality where nothing was exactly as it seemed...

  • Gillum concedes: Trump ally Ron DeSantis to be Florida governor.
    Democrat Andrew Gillum conceded, again, to Republican Ron DeSantis in the Florida governor’s race, wrapping up one of the state’s three fiercely contested races and making an ally of President Trump the top official in the key swing state.
    But the Tallahassee mayor, who would have been the state’s first black governor, promised that “this fight continues” in a Facebook video....

  • Terps gamble in overtime, fall to Ohio State, 52-51
    Matt Canada had decided on the final play well before it happened. With Maryland on the verge of a huge upset of No. 10 Ohio State to achieve bowl eligibility, at the end of a breathless senior day game that featured a remarkable performance by running back Anthony McFarland, the Terrapins’ interim coach played to win — not to tie, not to bring this matchup to a second overtime....

  • Terps gamble in overtime, fall to Ohio State, 52-51
    Matt Canada had decided on the final play well before it happened. With Maryland on the verge of a huge upset of No. 10 Ohio State to achieve bowl eligibility, at the end of a breathless senior day game that featured a remarkable performance by running back Anthony McFarland, the Terrapins’ interim coach played to win — not to tie, not to bring this matchup to a second overtime....

  • Terps gamble in overtime, fall to Ohio State, 52-51
    Matt Canada had decided on the final play well before it happened. With Maryland on the verge of a huge upset of No. 10 Ohio State to achieve bowl eligibility, at the end of a breathless senior day game that featured a remarkable performance by running back Anthony McFarland, the Terrapins’ interim coach played to win — not to tie, not to bring this matchup to a second overtime....

  • Terps gamble in overtime, fall to Ohio State, 52-51
    Matt Canada had decided on the final play well before it happened. With Maryland on the verge of a huge upset of No. 10 Ohio State to achieve bowl eligibility, at the end of a breathless senior day game that featured a remarkable performance by running back Anthony McFarland, the Terrapins’ interim coach played to win — not to tie, not to bring this matchup to a second overtime....

  • The trailblazers of Tweed
    Many thought that when this year’s elections produced two all-women councils, they were the province’s first. But the village of Tweed made history in 1967. A story about feminism and sexism that’s ‘funny and sad’ at the same time. OAKLAND, CALIF.— Jonestown was the highlight of Mike Touchette’s life — for a time....

  • Plot to oust May nears tipping point as MPs’ rebellion grows
    THE campaign to unseat Theresa May neared tipping point last night as the Conservatives’ former London mayoral candidate called on the Prime Minister to resign and a former Brexit minister told how members of the Government were hoodwinked over her deal.
    Writing in The Sunday Telegraph,...

  • Dodgy cash turns up heat on Cyril
    ● President Cyril Ramaphosa’s ambitious drive to rescue the ANC and the country from the state-capture debacle is facing its sternest test yet. Today, the president has been forced onto the back foot after he admitted this week that his election campaign received a R500,000 donation from the politically connected Watson family....

  • Jennings’ brilliance at short- leg turns tide for England
    Two quick wickets after tea, just before the dark grey clouds of late afternoon intruded upon the drama, left England with a good chance of a series- winning victory. When the entire ground was magically covered by blue plastic sheets in the time it takes to brew a pot of tea the balance of the match had lurched again in England’s favour...

  • Corn farmers face ‘catastrophe’
    Ontario corn farmers are turning to the provincial government for relief from “catastrophic” contamination that threatens to wipe out much of a bumper crop.
    Deoxynivalenol (DON) or vomitoxin is a lethal mycotoxin that is a byproduct of fusarium infestations in corn caused by wet weather since August....

  • The caravan arrives in Tijuana and migrants face a stark choice
    Tijuana has for decades accommodated many groups of people seeking to cross into the U.S., and more might just end up calling the city home as they get caught up in backlogged asylum system
    Migrants travelling in a caravan from Central America have made their weary way to the U.S...