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Afghanistan roadside bomb kills 5 U.S. soldiers
Five U.S. service members were killed on Saturday by a roadside bomb in southern Afghanistan, the latest deadly attack against international troops since the Taliban announced the start of their spring offensive this week.
Name change nets PEI Rocket $75K more in funding
Charlottetown city council says it ultimately approved more funding to keep the province's Quebec Major Junior Hockey League team in the city because the team is changing its name from the PEI Rocket to the Charlottetown Islanders.
Carey Price shuts down Senators in Game 2
Ryan White ignited a three-goal second period and goalie Carey Price was back in top form with 29 saves as the Montreal Canadiens downed the Ottawa Senators 3-1 to even their NHL Eastern Conference quarter-final on Friday night.
Cannibal sharks eat siblings in utero
For sand tiger sharks, a deadly kind of sibling rivalry begins even before birth – and that's bad news for many would-be shark dads, a new study suggests.
U.S. cargo plane firm ID's 7 killed in fiery Afghan crash
A U.S. cargo plane company has released the names of seven people killed in a crash in Afghanistan, with six from Michigan and one from Kentucky, and investigators are trying to discover why it went down right after takeoff Monday.
Lars Eller injury overshadows Senators' win
The Ottawa Senators scored three times in the third period after Montreal forward Lars Eller suffered a serious injury, prevailing 4-2 in Game 1 of an NHL Eastern Conference quarter-final on Thursday night.
Marc Garneau 'ticked off' about Canadarm event snub
Liberal MP Marc Garneau, Canada's first astronaut and former head of the Canadian Space Agency, is ticked off that he wasn't invited to an event Thursday for the opening of the Canadarm exhibit at Ottawa's space museum.
Arctic Patrol Vessel contract holds $250M mystery
The Norwegian ship, the Svalbard, was designed and built for less than $100 million in 2002. Canada will pay $288 million just to adopt Svalbard's designs alone, before building costs are factored in.
CFB Wainright CO charged with sex assault
WAINWRIGHT, Alta. - A commanding officer of a Canadian Forces base in Alberta has been charged with sexual assault and drunkenness, a decade after he was cleared in a different sex scandal in Ontario.
Bruins defenceman Andrew Ference suspended 1 game
Veteran Boston Bruins defenceman Andrew Ference won't be available to his club for one game after being suspended for an elbow to the head of Toronto Maple Leafs forward Mikhail Grabovski on Tuesday night.
Sharks draw 1st blood in Vancouver
Dan Boyle's third-period goal lifted the San Jose Sharks to a 3-1 victory over the Vancouver Canucks in the first game of their Western Conference quarter-final series Wednesday night.
Gun seizures up but fears of porous border remain
The Canada Border Services Agency last year seized twice the number of weapons at border crossings compared to six years ago, according to a CBC News analysis of agency data, but experts fear little progress is being made in stemming the flow of illegal g
Tiny Toon: IBM Makes a Movie Out of Atoms | TIME.com
A Boy and His Atom is less than 90 seconds long. It doesn't have much of a plot, or any big laughs. And the animation is rudimentary — it's monochromatic, blocky and generally reminiscent of the graphics I programmed on my Radio Shack TRS-80 computer in 1
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