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Philippine Bill Would Give Muslims Autonomy
MANILA — President Benigno S. Aquino III on Wednesday submitted a draft law to the Philippine Congress that would create a self-governed, predominantly Muslim autonomous region in the country’s south, a key step in peace talks meant to end more than four
Marijuana use by teens linked with problems in young adulthood
Frequent pot use by teens is linked to a greater likelihood of incomplete education, suicide attempts and other harmful effects, say researchers in Australia and New Zealand, who suggest their findings should be considered as countries move to decriminali
“Loading” Symbols Take Over Internet In Net Neutrality Protest
If the Internet seems a little slower than usual today, it’s probably not. But it may look that way due to a protest from Net Neutrality advocates around the web. Sites like Netflix, WordPress, and Reddit will be displaying loading symbols on their front
‘Alison’ seeks ‘Skypalace’ in Aura of Power videogame
In a cheeky new video game called Aura of Power, a red-headed character named Alison tries to get to the Skypalace while collecting diamonds, burning taxpayer dollars and leaping over journalists. On her way through the city, she passes signs that point h
Iran news site warns of Israeli global Krav Maga conspiracy
An Iranian news site affiliated with the Revolutionary Guards warned this week that Israel is spearheading a dangerous global plot to spread the Krav Maga martial art worldwide. Mashregh News's alert comes amid reports that Angelina Jolie is "crazy about"
Jose Bautista, Blue Jays dump Cubs again
Jose Bautista drove in four runs and starter Mark Buehrle worked seven innings as the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Chicago Cubs, 9-2 on Tuesday night at Rogers Centre.
Nude man bites police dog after wild car chase
A man who tangled with a police dog in Prince Albert following a wild car chase is facing a number of charges, including animal cruelty. Police say he was nude at the time of the encounter.
Record Greenhouse Gas Levels Impact Atmosphere and Oceans
The amount of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere reached a new record high in 2013, propelled by a surge in levels of carbon dioxide. This is according to the World Meteorological Organization’s annual Greenhouse Gas Bulletin, which injected even greater
This bottle of scotch will only set you back $19,888
Anyone who likes scotch whiskey, and is willing to pay $19,888 for a single bottle, will get the chance Tuesday to purchase a 60-year-old Glenfarclas premium single malt. There are only 360 bottles available worldwide and the B.C. Liquor Stores is the fir
Calgary: Here's what summer snow looks like
The calendar says its summer but the weather outside is frightful. A hot, sunny weekend dissolved overnight into rain and wet snow throughout the city, with temperatures around 0 degrees Celsius.
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