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  • DOUBLE DELIGHT Family’s special delivery just 14 hours before bride says ‘I do’
    FEW mothers or brides could ever imagine welcoming a new baby to their arms then marrying the love of their life on the same day, but Stacey Reeves has done it.
    Mrs Reeves knew well in advance she wanted to get married the same day her fourth child, Layla, was born and did just that, 14 hours after she was welcomed to the world....

  • Why Winston Peters and NZ First chose Labour
    Labour leader Jacinda Ardern will be Prime Minister in a remarkable chapter in New Zealand’s political history — but the price of that will be wrestling a government that includes NZ First and the Greens.
    Ardern’s Labour Party was chosen by NZ First leader Winston Peters over National after almost two weeks of negotiations....

  • The power and passion of Pink
    ‘You want a beer?’’ Pink asks, though she seemed more than happy to drink alone. Standing in her cheerfully cluttered kitchen on a recent evening, the pop star had just finished a lengthy television shoot at her home north of Los Angeles and was now overseeing dinner for her 9-month-old son, Jameson....

  • Democratic senators
    wanting to learn more about how the FBI director was fired left a fivehour Judiciary Committee hearing with few new details. Attorney General Jeff Sessions repeatedly insisted Wednesday that his private talks with President Trump were off-limits to lawmakers...

  • Entry ban blocked
    A second judge froze the latest iteration of President Trump’s order denying U.S. entry to certain foreigners. A federal judge in Maryland early Wednesday issued a second halt on the latest version of President Trump’s entry ban, asserting that the president’s...

  • Suspect in Md. shooting that left 3 dead is caught
    A shooting suspect who was the focus of a day-long manhunt was arrested Wednesday evening, hours after he allegedly opened fire on his co-workers in Maryland, killing three and wounding two, then drove 50 miles to his home state of Delaware, where police say he gunned down an acquaintance....

  • Showing a pulse
    Javier Baez smacked two homers Wednesday night, including one while blowing a bubble in the fifth inning, above, that propelled the Cubs past the Dodgers in Game 4 of the NLCS to avoid elimination. Willson Contreras also homered and starting pitcher Jake Arrieta, in what could be his final appearance with the Cubs, gave a sterling performance to re-energize supporters...

  • Morneau told former company he would use blind trust
    Finance Minister Bill Morneau told the company he once helmed that he would be placing his substantial holdings of Morneau Shepell in a blind trust – a mechanism used by cabinet members in office to insulate themselves from conflict-of-interest accusations....

  • GOLD STAR FLARE-UP
    The firestorm over President Trump’s comments on Gold Star families is raging nationwide as he came under new fire for statements he made to the wife of a slain Green Beret — even as the family of another fallen soldier rushed to the president’s defense.
    Trump has fiercely denied claims made by Florida U.S...

  • Yankees one win away from trip to World Series
    NEW YORK — This time, it was Masahiro Tanaka who was untouchable on the mound.
    And when the New York Yankees sent Houston ace Dallas Keuchel to an early exit, their rollicking crowd let loose with a cathartic roar that must have boomed all over the Bronx.
    One more big win, and these Yankees are World Series-bound....

  • Playing less is more for Sedin twins thus far
    The Vancouver Canucks haven’t fooled anyone.
    When they’ve won, it has been heartthrob goaltending and special teams goals.
    That’s kind of what they were trying to do last year. But, really, that’s where the similarities end.
    Head coach Travis Green has delivered on a promised platform of change...

  • Calgary sweetens the deal in bid to lure Amazon’s HQ2
    A day before Calgary submits its bid to lure tech giant Amazon to open new headquarters here, an official leading the effort said the city is not interested in “borrowing a company’s loyalty,” but will offer some sweeteners.
    The Calgary bid will have no tax...

  • Ottawa eases passive income plans
    The finance ministry’s decision to soften a controversial proposed tax on passive investment income could go a long way in quelling recent discontent from private corporations, experts say, but leaves question marks about how future gains on currently held investments will be treated....

  • Gord Downie was as much a performance artist as a vocalist
    ‘Mesmerizing’ Tragically Hip frontman Gord Downie leaves behind a legacy of passion for his country and craft, Brad Wheeler writes
    On April 6, 1990, the Tragically Hip’s Gord Downie was an intriguing singer on the upswing, not yet the Canadian-rock laureate he would later become...

  • Made in China: Xi sells his vision of new socialism to the world
    Xi Jinping, the man shaping a new Chinese era according to his vision of Communist Party greatness, strode onto the massive stage of the Great Hall of the People and bowed twice, once to the thousands of party officials gathered to hear him speak, and again to the elites whose ranks he is about to remake...

  • Quebec niqab ban a disgrace
    It’s mostly about the Quiet Revolution. That’s what we’ve been assured by wise owl pundits about all this intolerant-looking rigmarole in Quebec. When polls show far more Quebecers than other Canadians hesitant to vote for a turban- wearing Sikh like NDP Leader...

  • He was ahead by a century
    Gord Downie, the poetic lead singer of the Tragically Hip whose determined fight with brain cancer inspired a nation, died Tuesday night. He was 53. News of his death has rippled across Canada, sparking countless tributes, accolades and memories of his career and his impact on the country...

  • FAULT IN WORDS
    MIAMI — President Donald Trump emphatically rejected claims Wednesday that he was disrespectful to the grieving family of a slain soldier, as the fire storm he ignited over his assertions of empathy for American service members spread into a third contentious day. “I have proof,” he insisted....

  • Crying out loud Conte hits back at Mourinho over injuries jibe
    This really was a hazard warning. Chelsea were defensively catastrophic, alarm bells ringing amid rising chaos, before relying on Eden Hazard to rescue them with the second of his two goals, the first he has scored in the Champions League for 33 months, averting a third successive defeat....

  • US-backed militias rout IS in Raqqa
    RAQQA,SYRIA: US-backed militias said they had defeated Islamic State in its former capital Raqqa on Tuesday, raising their flags over the jihadist group’s last footholds in the city after a fourmonth battle.
    The fighting was over but the alliance of Kurdish...

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