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NBA Rumors: Toronto Raptors still looking for help in the paint?

Toronto - With just a few days until the NBA trade deadline, social media is buzzing with potential moves that teams could make to push for a spot in the playoffs or in case of the Toronto Raptors, perhaps a chance at playing for a championship.

Op-Ed: Hitting Pacquaio's injured shoulder won't be easy for Bradley

WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley has hinted he will hit Manny Pacquiao's injured shoulder in a bid to score a convincing victory when they clash for the third time on April 9 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.

2016 NHL Draft: Updated player rankings and analysis

The rise in popularity of the NHL is mostly due to the game getting a bit more scoring with teams playing more fast-paced hockey. For those franchises looking to keep up, help is just around the corner at this summer's player Draft.

Tactical Preview: Manchester City - Leicester City

Leicester City’s trip to the Etihad Stadium won’t define the Premier League title race, but in terms of momentum, a February clash between the league’s top two teams should be deemed significant.

2016 NBA Mock Draft: Updated first round projections

While the NBA Draft is filled with college players that only stay for one season, several players make a name for themselves by staying in school, gaining some experience, and learning the game while playing against some tough competition.

One shot dead at Dublin boxing weigh-in: Police

Dublin - One man was killed and two others injured on Friday when gunmen opened fire on boxing fans at a weigh-in at a Dublin hotel, Irish police said.

Syria rebels risk collapse after Russia-backed regime gains

Birut - Syria's mainstream rebels risk total collapse after a Russian-backed regime advance that severed their main supply line to Aleppo city and threatens to leave them completely besieged there.

Vagus nerve stimulation helps cure depression

A new technique, where the Vagus nerve is stimulated, has been found to be effective for treating certain types of depression. This follows trials involving adult patients.

Scientists claim Europe's trees causing global warming

Overzealous environmentalists, mockingly referred to as "treehuggers," might want to step away from those trees and lay their protest signs on the ground.

Drink coffee to avoid cirrhosis: Study

Drinking coffee on a regular basis lowers the risk of developing cirrhosis of the liver, according to a new research study.

Mysterious change in European population at end of last Ice Age

Europe's population changed rapidly thousands of years ago. Researchers from the Max Planck Institute in Germany revealed this after studying DNA samples from different regions of the continent.

Review: The best of Samsung Gear VR so far Special

Until the Oculus Rift comes out later this year as a competitor, the Samsung Gear VR is far and away the best virtual-reality device on the market. Here, I'll explain how it works it and what to check out.

Two dead as earthquake fells 17-story Taiwan apartment tower

Tainan - A powerful 6.4 magnitude earthquake struck southern Taiwan early Saturday, local time, near the city of Tainan, toppling a 17-story apartment tower and trapping nearly 100 people inside. At this time, there are two known deaths.

Suspect in the stabbing death of police K-9 did not cut officers Special

Pittsburgh - A police official said this afternoon that two police officers involved in Sunday's deadly encounter that left a police dog and a 37-year-old man dead were not cut or stabbed as first reported.

2016 NFL Mock Draft: Browns leaning towards Wentz in first round?

With just one game left in the NFL season, teams have a good idea of what players could help them reach the playoffs and possibly the Super Bowl next season, even those franchises that have struggled of late.

McDonald's kale salad is worse for you than a double Big Mac

McDonald's has been testing kale salads to try to attract more health-conscious diners. But this seemingly healthier alternative is actually worse for you than a double Big Mac, CBC reports.

Europe to crack down on Bitcoin anonymity

In the aftermath of the horrific Paris attacks, The European Union is poised to roll out legislation that would make virtual currency platforms perform tighter due diligence during exchanges while concurrently enforcing EU’s anti-money laundering laws.

Blackberry laying off workers in Ontario and Florida

Waterloo - Blackberry is laying off an unspecified but "small number" of employees both in Waterloo, Ontario, and at Sunrise Florida. The creator of the Blackberry Messenger, Gary Klassen, has left the company according to reports.

Review: Elizabeth Lyons brilliant on new 'I've Never' country EP Special

Country songstress Elizabeth Lyons is back with her refreshing sophomore EP "I've Never," which consists of six top-notch tracks.

Italian woman faces possible jail time for poor housekeeping

Sonnino - After a complaint was made by her husband, a woman in Italy could be jailed for up to six years if found guilty of negligence in her household duties.
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