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Michael Bloomberg mulling independent presidential campaign
NEW YORK — Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is taking early steps toward launching an independent campaign for president, seeing a potential path to the White House amid the rise of Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders.
Hello, winter! Newcomers to Canada enjoy the snow in Pippy Park
It's something locals take for granted, but people who have moved to St. John's from warmer countries are experiencing the thrill of sliding. They've lived through war and natural disasters, but a St. John's winter is a new experience for a group of newco
Malkin hat trick helps Penguins sink Canucks
Evgeni Malkin scored a hat trick to help the Pittsburgh Penguins rally past the Vancouver Canucks for a 5-4 victory on Saturday. Jannik Hansen also had a hat trick for Vancouver, the second of his career. He scored 27 seconds into the game.
Suspect still at large after Kamloops homicide
Police say the victim was taken to hospital on Friday night after being assaulted by another man. Kamloops RCMP said they're investigating the homicide and are still searching for the suspect.
U.S. South, East hit by monster winter storm
A massive blizzard began dumping snow on the southern and eastern United States on Friday, with mass flight cancellations, several states declaring states of emergency and more than 60 centimetres predicted for Washington alone. At least nine people died
Bronze Age village uncovered in Britain
A 3,000 year-old Bronze Age village has been unearthed near the city of Peterborough, England. The settlement, dating back 3,000 years to the end of the Bronze Age, would have been home to several families that lived in a number of wooden houses above wat
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