Daily Archives: June 14, 2018

2 young girls hurt in brazen Toronto playground shooting

Two girls, aged five and nine, were rushed SickKids Hospital following a daylight shooting at a playground in east Toronto Thursday. Police say they are searching for two suspects — the shooter and the driver of the getaway vehicle.  Emergency crews were called to the scene at 10 Alton Towers Circle, near McCowan Road and Steeles Avenue in Scarborough, around 5 p.m. ET. Eleven children were in the park at ...

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Police investigate elder abuse of Marvel Comics' Stan Lee

Los Angeles police are investigating reports of elder abuse against Stan Lee that come amid a struggle over the life and fortune of the 95-year-old Marvel Comics mogul, court documents showed Wednesday. The investigation was revealed in a restraining order granted against Keya Morgan, who in recent months has been acting as Lee’s business manager and personal adviser. Morgan has ...

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Eurosatory 2018: Pocket-sized spy drone is a powerful eye in the sky for US troops

File photo – MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. – U.S. Marine Lance Cpl. Cesar Salinas, an infantry Marine with Kilo Company, 3rd Battalion 5th Marine Regiment, displays the PD-100 Black Hornet after an exercise for Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory’s Marine Air-Ground Task Force Integrated Experiment on Camp Pendleton, Calif., July 9, 2016. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Pfc. Rhita ...

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Justice report slams James Comey's actions with FBI in Clinton email case

The Justice Department’s watchdog delivered a stinging rebuke Thursday to the FBI and former director James Comey for their handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation, but the report does not conclude Comey’s actions were motivated by political bias or a preference for Clinton over Donald Trump in the 2016 election. The inspector general’s report criticized Comey for publicly announcing his ...

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LGBT rights vs. religious freedom: top court ruling on Trinity Western case Friday

The Supreme Court of Canada will deliver a landmark ruling Friday in a closely-watched case that weighs religious freedom against LGBT rights. The judgment effectively could determine whether Trinity Western University (TWU) — a private, evangelical Christian post-secondary institution — can operate a law school at its Langley, B.C. campus. Law societies in B.C., Nova Scotia and Ontario have refused to accredit Trinity’s program, ...

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Can refugees help to plug Europe’s skilled-labour gaps?

THE canteen of Stockholm University could scarcely be more Swedish. Young blond students sip coffee and tap away on Macs. In room 3.89, an outpost of the campus, is another, newer Sweden. Refugees, all of them teachers, from lands far to the south and east are preparing for the classrooms of their new home. Several keep their coats on as ...

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NHL ref, cancer survivor and now US Open qualifier Garrett Rank is ready to make his mark

US Open 2018: Full-time NHL referee to play Garrett Rank is a full-time NHL referee who has qualified for his first U.S. Open. FOX News gets the full story on how qualified and how the persistent, multi-sport athlete, overcame his battle with cancer. NHL hockey referee, cancer-survivor, and 2018 U.S. Open qualifier – all are accomplishments that could define a life ...

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