Daily Archives: October 4, 2017

Demetrious Johnson Calls Out Conor McGregor, Takes Shot at Jon Jones After Demanding Million Dollar Fight

Demetrious Johnson Calls Out Conor McGregor, Takes Shot at Jon Jones After Demanding Million Dollar Fight Sign Up for Sports World News’ Newsletter and never miss out on our most popular stories. Demetrious Johnson (top) takes down Wilson Reis (bottom) during their Flyweight Championship bout on UFC Fight Night at the Sprint Center on April 15, 2017 in Kansas City, ...

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Vegas shooter planned to survive and escape after deadly attack, police say

Las Vegas police release body-cam video of first responders The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department released body-camera video of heroic officers responding to gun shots during the horrific mass shooting by Stephen Paddock, who killed 58 people and wounded hundreds more at the Route 91 Harvest Festival. Las Vegas police confirmed Wednesday that they have evidence to suggest Stephen Paddock ...

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Quebec's finance minister wants Netflix to pay provincial sales tax

If Quebec Finance Minister Carlos Leitao has his way, streaming giant Netflix could soon have to collect Quebec’s sales tax from its customers. But Leitao says before that can happen, he first needs to know the details of the deal that Ottawa has struck with Netflix. Last week, the online entertainment company agreed to spend $500 million over five years on Canadian content, in exchange for not ...

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Nobel Prize in Chemistry shared by 3 for cryo-electron microscopy

BREAKING NEWS The 2017 #NobelPrize in Chemistry is awarded to Jacques Dubochet, Joachim Frank & Richard Henderson. pic.twitter.com/RUZSnArJHO — @NobelPrize Three researchers based in the U.S., U.K. and Switzerland won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry on Wednesday for developing a way to create detailed images of the molecules that drive life — a technology that the Nobel committee said allowed scientists ...

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Sears Canada employee hardship fund missing $200K

A $500,000 hardship fund created for former Sears Canada employees is facing a possible $200,000 shortfall, according to court documents. The problem appears to be with a Sears executive who pledged to donate the $200,000 from a retention bonus, but may now be hesitating to cough up the cash. “There is uncertainty regarding the agreement of the [bonus payment] beneficiary who previously ...

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He's the 'poster boy' for PTSD, but Halifax police chief is now accused of hypocrisy

Halifax police Chief Jean-Michel Blais has called himself the “poster boy” for living with PTSD, describing the trauma of serving three UN tours in Haiti and his desire to become a leader in changing attitudes about mental health. But for some within his own force, that story is wearing thin. Those members are now openly criticizing Halifax’s top cop, accusing him of hypocrisy when it comes ...

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