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2014 is the Year of the Liberal Lie | New York Post
Bowe Bergdahl. The IRS’s missing e-mails. Lena Dunham. “Hands up, don’t shoot.” Jonathan Gruber. GM and that faulty ignition switch. Andrew Cuomo and that anti-corruption commission. The Secret Service and that White House intruder. Rachel Noerdlinger and
Gas prices may boost holiday shopping
Savings at the pump may allow many Canadians to shell out more for gifts this holiday season and boost sales for retailers, analysts say, particularly as a weaker loonie prompts fewer shoppers to venture south of the border.
Kaillie Humphries 5th in Lake Placid Bobsled race
Elana Meyers Taylor and Cherrelle Garrett set both the track and start records in winning the opening women's World Cup bobsled race breaking Kaillie Humphries track record by 0.35 seconds in the first run.
Marriage proposal by crane goes terribly wrong
A man in the Netherlands rented a crane, planning to descend in front of his girlfriend's bedroom window, play her a song and then pop the question. Instead the crane toppled over, smashing a large hole in the neighbours' roof.
Ottawa hasn’t ruled out Iraq extension, Defence Minister says
Islamic State militants have the capacity to build very sophisticated and tricky bombs and so in late November when a farmer near Erbil, Iraq, found explosive devices on his land after jihadi forces fled, he called on Kurdish peshmerga soldiers for help.
Were dinosaurs killed off by a 'one-two punch''
Princeton University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology collected 50 samples of rocks from the India's Deccan Traps and found an eruption began 250,000 years before the asteroid strike.
B.C. revokes consent for Christian law school
The school had become a lightning rod for controversy because of a line in the university’s covenant that requires all students, administrators and faculty to abstain from “sexual intimacy that violates the sacredness of marriage between a man and a woman
‘Canada is Indian land,’ new chief declares
WINNIPEG The new national chief of the Assembly of First Nations is warning it will no longer be business as usual when it comes to development on First Nations land.‘Canada is Indian land,’ new chief declares
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