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Op-Ed: Did Bob Arum step aside to allow Mayweather's access to Pacquiao?

Pacquiao's promoter Bob Arum was absent when Floyd Mayweather talked with Manny Pacquiao during the break of the Miami Heat-Milwaaukee Bucks game at the American Arena in Florida Tuesday and speculations are high that the meeting had the blessing of Arum.

'PK' becomes highest-grossing Bollywood movie, stokes controversy

The Bollywood movie "PK," which has been at the center of a controversy about religion, has capitalized on the free publicity to become the highest-grossing Bollywood film ever.

Mutants, monsters and kick-ass women dominate Digital Film Fest

The sixth annual Great Digital Film Festival starts this Friday with the 25th anniversary screening of ‘Dick Tracy’ followed by a full day of ‘X-Men.’

Another shooting in Calgary, man dies in street Thursday morning

Calgary Police Services are investigating yet another shooting in the area as a man was shot dead early Thursday morning. The shooting happened in Auburn Bay, a neighbourhood in the southeast section of Calgary.

AirAsia co-pilot at controls when plane crashed

Jakarta - The French co-pilot was at the controls of an AirAsia plane before it crashed into the sea last month after flying through an area of towering clouds, killing all 162 people on board, investigators said Thursday.

Earth-sized planet hints at ancient solar system life

The Kepler Mission photometer discovered a Sun-like star system with five Earth-like planets transiting, ranging in size between Mercury and Venus and opening news scopes of implications.

Op-Ed: Provodnikov vs.Matthysse could be a blockbuster fight

A potential blockbuster fight could happen on March 28 between welterweight contenders Ruslan Provodnikov and Lucas Matthysse at the StubHub Center in Carson, California.

Government secretly spying on millions of American drivers

Washington - The United States government is tracking the movement of millions of American drivers as part of a secret intelligence program that scans and stores hundreds of millions of motorist records.

Gorbachev warns of risk of armed conflict in new Cold War

Moscow - The last Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev on Friday accused the United States of drawing Russia into a new Cold War and said he feared hostilities could escalate into armed conflict.

N. Korea may be restarting nuclear reactor for atom bomb research

U.S. security think tank 38 North has analyzed satellite imagery and surmises that North Korea may be restarting a research reactor to carry on atomic bomb research.

Arkansas Gun range denies service to Muslims

Hot Springs - An Arkansas gun range has decided to refuse service to all Muslims in what they believe is an effort to protect their customers.

Furniture store owner busted for illegal drug operation

Gilroy - A furniture store owner in California was arrested after police found 1,000 pot plants and around 50 pounds of processed marijuana in the back of his fake store.

Review: WalkTop treadmill desk surprisingly approachable, easy to use Special

As more and more studies show that sitting for long periods is detrimental to health, Fitneff is trying to get workers to do anything but sit with its new treadmill desk, the WalkTop.

Mayweather and Pacquiao meet in hotel room, address PPV issues

Floyd Mayweather and Manny Pacquiao had a meeting lasting over an hour in Pacquiao's hotel room on Tuesday night and the third party in the room, Pacquiao adviser Michael Koncz, told media it was a promising and productive meeting.

How does my garden grow? Special

By growing her own garden in a small village in Northern West Bengal, India, Monika Barman, a feisty 16-year-old girl is taking charge of her future.

Canadian dog-walker gets 6 months in jail for death of 6 dogs

A dog-walker from Langley, B.C., near Vancouver, has been jailed for six months for killing six dogs in her care. Emma Paulsen left them in her truck with the windows closed on a very hot day last May.

Three US contractors killed in Kabul 'insider attack'

Washington - Three American contractors were killed in an apparent "insider attack" at Kabul airport on Thursday, a US defense official told AFP.Details of the shooting remained unclear, said the official, who spoke on condition of anonymity.

The scary truth about sex offender 'rehabilitation' programs

Sex offender treatment programs — in which offenders follow a syllabus aimed at "normalizing" their sexual impulses and fantasies — have not been shown to reduce the likelihood that sex offenders will change their behavior after they get out of jail.

Gamergate sucks in Wikipedia with ban controversy

Wikipedia, the online publicly-editable encyclopedia, has issued a restriction on editing to certain users over alleged harassment and violation of civility while editing the "Gamergate controversy" article.

Fishing boats finds WW2 mustard gas bomb in catch

Danish fishermen fishing around the island of Bornholm, south of Sweden, found a dangerous mustard gas bomb among their catch after trawling the hazardous region of the Baltic Sea.
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