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Corner Brook veteran’s service dog awarded honorary lifetime membership in local Legion
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Breaking Anne Norris admits to beating Marcel Reardon to death with hammer
Isle aux Morts parents, mayor present arguments to NLESD to protest proposed closure of LeGallais Memorial
Norway’s ban on fur farming comes as surprise in Newfoundland and elsewhere
Baie Verte mayor says fire highlighted other ongoing safety issues
New project launched for seniors in Grand Falls-Windsor
Liberia swears in ex-soccer star George Weah as new leader
MONROVIA, Liberia — Former international soccer star George Weah was sworn into office Monday as Liberia's new president, taking over from Africa's first female leader of this post-war, impoverished West African nation. The 51-year-old, who was ...
Doctor who aided hunt for bin Laden languishes, forgotten
PESHAWAR, Pakistan — Shakil Afridi has languished in jail for years — since 2011, when the Pakistani doctor used a vaccination scam in an attempt to identify Osama bin Laden's home, aiding U.S. Navy Seals who tracked and killed the al-Qaida ...
Schumer's moment: Shutdown puts spotlight on Dem leader
WASHINGTON — For Republicans, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is the face of the government shutdown. For immigration advocates, he's their best hope. Perhaps the most powerful Democrat in Washington, Schumer has so far succeeded in keeping his ...
'Executed' North Korean pop diva takes Olympic spotlight
PYONGYANG, Korea, Democratic People's Republic Of — Just a few years ago, she was reportedly executed by a North Korean firing squad. Now, Pyongyang's top pop diva is a senior ruling party official and a surprise headliner in the run-up to the South ...
50 years after key Vietnam battles, Mattis seeks closer ties
WASHINGTON — A half-century after the Tet Offensive punctured American hopes of victory in Vietnam, Defence Secretary Jim Mattis is visiting the former enemy in search of a different kind of win: incremental progress as partners in a part of the ...
Sheriff: Shooting at Texas high school, suspect in custody
ITALY, Texas — A suspect has been arrested after a shooting Monday morning at a high school in a small town south of Dallas, sheriff's officials said. The Ellis County sheriff's office said on Twitter that the "shooter is in custody" after the ...
Trial set for man accused of making bomb parts for jihadists
PHOENIX — A decade ago, military police raiding a Baghdad apartment during the Iraq War discovered bomb-making materials that authorities say contained the fingerprints of a Syrian man now accused of making a key component for improvised explosive ...
Jury selection starts at trial of NY governor's ex-aide
NEW YORK — A longtime aide to New York's governor is being tried on charges he used their relationship to collect bribes from two companies doing business with the state. Jury selection started Monday in federal court in Manhattan in the trial of ...
Tillerson sees progress in fixing Iran deal with Europeans
LONDON — U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Monday that he sees progress in getting European support for tough new penalties against Iran that could prevent a U.S. withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal. After meeting with British Prime ...
Liz Weston: Should we pay people to save?
Long ago, people were rewarded for saving. Banks contributed something known as "interest" to the amounts deposited in savings accounts. OK, technically they still do, but you'd be forgiven for not noticing the tiny amounts added in a low-rate ...