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Toronto police shoot man who had knife and was cutting himself

Toronto police shot a man who wielded a knife in the loading dock area of a Walmart in the Agincourt Mall Thursday afternoon. As many as three shots were fired and the Toronto Star reported that the man was hit twice in the abdomen but is still alive.

Photo of Bill Clinton with blonde held in his 'grasp' goes viral

New York - A photo showing former President Bill Clinton with a young blonde that emerged on Twitter Wednesday has gone viral, with netizens speculating, in the light of "slick Willy's" previous acts, about the "creepy familiarity" of his pose with the woman.

Native chief demands firing of teacher for racist Facebook posts

Grand Chief Derek Nepinak of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs is calling for the firing of a Winnipeg teacher alleged to have posted racist messages on his Facebook page. He said such a person being in a position of influence with students is "appalling."

Beatle Paul McCartney: John Lennon killer the 'jerk of all jerks'

The former Beatle Paul McCartney was on a British talk show last week and let the world know, in no uncertain terms, what he thinks of the man who shot his bandmate and friend John Lennon. He said the crazed shooter was the "jerk of all jerks."

Op-Ed: Why date and venue could scuttle Mayweather-Pacquiao showdown

In the early stages of the ongoing Mayweather-Pacquiao fight negotiations, two major issues stood in the way of the world's most anticipated boxing fight. These include the purse sharing issue and the random blood and urine testing that Mayweather wanted.

WW II vet, 101, refuses to give thief money, robbed, beaten

A Canadian World War II veteran who fought on the beaches of Normandy on D-Day, was robbed and beaten up in his own condo on Thursday. The vet had recently been back to Normandy and spent time there with Prime Minister Harper and his wife.

Op-Ed: Several African countries call for foreign intervention in Libya

Tripoli - Leaders of several African countries are calling on the West to intervene in Libya in order to stop instability from spreading across the Sahel and threatening fragile governments in the region.

Review: 'Psycho-Pass 2' is suspenseful & cerebral, but falls flat

"Psycho-Pass 2," which finished airing with 11 episodes total, has ended on a cheesy and ridiculous anti-climatic note. It doesn't have the appeal that the first season had.

App that lets hackers break into iPhones just got scarier

Elcomsoft Phone Breaker, the app that some think hackers used to break into Kate Upton's iCloud account in September, just got a massive update that makes it even easier to steal information.

Op-Ed: Hopefully bidding war on for the Interview

Delft - There were reports Thursday that at least one bidder was offering to buy Sony’s “The Interview” and put in online free. Otherwise, Islamic terrorists, already using social media, may use blocking movies as a new way to manipulate the West.

Black teen George Stinney exonerated 70 years after execution

Alcolu - A South Carolina judge on Wednesday vacated the 1944 murder conviction of the youngest American executed during modern times, a black teen wrongfully electrocuted for the deaths of two white girls.

NASA's Voyager 1 is riding a huge cosmic tsunami

NASA's Voyager 1 spacecraft, the first and only object made by humanity to reach interstellar space is still riding a cosmic tsunami it hit in February, 2014.

Early care-giving may have influence into adulthood

How you were treated as a child by your parents can have a long-lasting impression on one's academic performance and social life and may last into adulthood, according to a new study.

Birds may hear tornadoes coming over 500 miles away

A research team discovered that golden-winged warblers in the mountains of eastern Tennessee left their breeding grounds between 24 and 48 hours before the arrival of powerful supercell storms.

Mayweather dealing with murder-suicide, prepares for Pacquiao

The father of Floyd Mayweather Jr., Floyd Mayweather Sr., once a pro boxer himself, said that he's spoken with his son since the murder-suicide of Earl Hayes and Stephanie Moseley. He said his son is dealing with it as best he can.

Mom charged in death of daughter Teagan Batstone back in court

Lisa Batstone, the mother charged with second-degree murder in the death of her own daughter, made an appearance in a Surrey court today. She's charged with taking the life of Teagan Batstone, 8, last week. Police have not revealed how the girl died.

New U.S. sanctions law could undermine relations with Russia: Lavrov

Moscow - New U.S. legislation authorising sanctions on Russia over the Ukraine crisis could undermine relations between Moscow and Washington for a long time, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov was quoted as saying on Friday.

Boko Haram attacks Nigerian village, kill men, kidnap 185

Islamist militants attacked a small village in Nigeria called Gumsuri last Sunday, the government said Thursday. The militants killed 35 people in the village, mostly men, and kidnapped another 185, most of those girls and woman.

Canadian government to consider petition on reinvestigating 9/11

A Canadian Parliament member has submitted a petition of behalf of 1400 Canadian signatories asking for a " truly independent investigation in order to uncover the full truth surrounding the events of September 11, 2001."

Five Ukrainian soldiers killed ahead of peace talks

Kiev - Ukraine's forces on Friday reported the death of five soldiers in the heaviest clashes with pro-Russian insurgents since the two sides struck a new ceasefire more than a week ago.
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