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  • Trump makes decision on Iran, but keeps it quiet
    NEW YORK—“I have decided,” U.S. President Donald Trump declared Wednesday, announcing he’d reached a verdict on the Iran nuclear deal’s future even as top U.S. and Iranian officials headed into their highest-level talks of his presidency.
    Iran’s leader, meanwhile, lashed out at “ignorant, absurd and hateful rhetoric” in response to Trump’s blistering attack at the UN....

  • Distracted drivers face new penalties
    The provincial government is proposing harsher penalties for distracted and careless drivers, in a move that it says could help save the lives of pedestrians and cyclists.
    But some longtime safety advocates say the measures don’t go far enough to effectively crack down on dangerous driving....

  • Spanish police arrest Catalan officials
    MADRID— Spanish police arrested at least 12 people Wednesday in raids on Catalan government offices, news reports said, as national authorities intensified a crackdown on the region’s preparations for a secession vote that Spain says is illegal.
    It was the...

  • Doubling down on Yawkey defense
    Former Red Sox president John Harrington is doubling down on his plea to the city and ownership to keep the name Yawkey Way, saying he’s backed by the Fenway faithful who have responded to a three-page letter he wrote defending the team’s history.
    “I was worried people might not read it, but I’ve received tons of feedback,” he told the Herald last night...

  • Defense paints alleged jihadi as a fat ‘down-and-out’ loser
    The man accused of launching a failed terror plot aimed at beheading a conservative columnist was a self-centered, 500-pound, repulsive introvert who lived online and cooked up “fantastical” schemes as a way to find his place in the world, his defense attorney said....

  • Egleston enrollment issues probed
    The headmaster of a Roxbury alternative high school is under an “internal investigation” and has been placed on paid leave amid concerns about enrollment problems, Boston school officials said. Superintendent Tommy Chang announced Julie Coles, headmaster at Greater Egleston High School in Roxbury, has been put on leave in a letter to the school community yesterday...

  • Obamacare revamp’s cuts slash billions to Bay State
    WASHINGTON — Bay State lawmakers are fuming that Massachusetts stands to be one of the biggest losers of federal health care funds under a plan to revamp Obamacare offered by U.S. Sens. Lindsey Graham (RS.C.) and Bill Cassidy (R-La.).
    “Republicans (are) talking...

  • Dems’ dream for 2020 could be a nightmare
    Democrats must be dreaming if they think the current crop of 2020 presidential candidates they’re floating will make President Trump a one-term wonder.
    There’s John Kerry, the 2004 loser and former secretary of state who believes your refrigerator’s chemicals are more dangerous than ISIS....

  • Study finds pushback on Liberal tax plan
    A new survey of thousands of small-business owners shows strong opposition to the federal government’s proposed tax rules.
    The Canadian Federation of Independent Business survey found its grassroots members back the lobby group’s condemnation of the government’s plans, with 86 per cent of business owners saying they do not support the changes....

  • Toronto looks to build World Trade Centre complex
    The Toronto Region Board of Trade is planning to build a World Trade Centre complex in the city to house its headquarters, with the hope of establishing a prestigious local address that will draw foreign consulsgeneral, trade-promotion agencies and other commercial tenants....

  • Mexico City digs frantically for earthquake survivors
    The wiggling fingers of a young girl trapped in the rubble of her collapsed school in Mexico City raised hopes among hundreds of rescuers working furiously on Wednesday to try to free her – a drama that played out at dozens of buildings toppled by the powerful earthquake that killed at least 230 people....

  • Entitled suspect pleads not guilty
    The felicitously named Rehab Dughmosh has simultaneously reaffirmed her love for the Islamic State, pledged to attack others in its name if released and, oh yes, pleaded not guilty to a sheaf of terrorismrelated charges against her.
    It was quite the day in 413 court in Scarborough....

  • Tory MP apologizes for calling McKenna ‘climate Barbie’
    Conservative MP Gerry Ritz has apologized for referring to Environment Minister Catherine McKenna as “climate Barbie” on Twitter, a nickname with origins in the far- right news website The Rebel.
    Ritz deleted the post, which was in reply to other Twitter users, and apologized, saying that kind of language “is not reflective of the role the minister plays.”...

  • ‘No angel,’ but he was the champ
    Jake LaMotta, an ironfisted battler who brawled his way to a middleweight title and was later memorialized by Robert De Niro in the film Raging Bull, has died. He was 95.
    The former middleweight champion died Tuesday at a Miami- area hospital due to complications from pneumonia, according to longtime fiancee Denise Baker....

  • Puerto Rico catastrophe of ‘historic proportions’ as Maria strikes
    PUERTO RICO was pummeled by a hurricane for the second time this month, leaving a trail of devastation “of historic proportions”, and leaving its entire population of 3.5million people without power.
    Hurricane Maria, the most powerful storm to hit the US territory for nearly 90 years, tore off roofs, sent doors flying off their hinges, and uprooted trees...

  • Fifth man held for underground train bomb attack
    TWO men were arrested in Wales yesterday over last week’s London Underground terror attack in which 30 people were injured, bringing the total number of people in custody to five, police said.
    The men, aged 30 and 48, had been arrested under anti-terrorism legislation in Newport in Wales, police said, after a 25-year-old man was arrested in the same city on Tuesday....

  • May to bypass EU’s Brexit chief with a £20bn divorce offer
    THERESA May is threatening to bypass Brussels in a bid to break the deadlock on Brexit by offering payments of up to £20billion into the EU’s budget.
    The Prime Minister has launched a direct appeal to EU leaders to commence talks on a new trade deal this year regardless of the views of the European Commission and its chief negotiator Michel Barnier....

  • Ben and Clare request your company at their wedding (as long as you stump up £150!)
    WHEN they could not afford their dream wedding, Ben Farina and Clare Moran came up with an unorthodox solution.
    Rather than settle for a cut-price celebration, they are asking their guests to chip in.
    Friends and family have agreed to pay £150 each to attend, but Mr Farina, 33, believes they will get value for money....

  • 3 months in hospital with a broken leg
    AN EASTERN Cape man who has been sitting in hospital with a broken leg for three months now faces being discharged without being treated – because of a shortage of beds.
    Mandlakayise Diko, 29, was admitted to the All Saints Hospital in Ngcobo after he was in a car accident on June 22....

  • YOUR STARS
    ARIES MAR 21 - APR 20
    You may have noticed a theme to your forecasts lately. That’s because the New Moon took place in the part of the sky that governs your work and routines – perhaps the more humdrum aspects of your life. Venus and Mercury also share this part of the sky now...

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