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U.S. tennis player banned over marijuana

LONDON – A low-ranked American tennis player who competed for the University of North Carolina has been suspended for two…

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Business

A fluctuating Frosty? Wendy’s will test surge pricing at some U.S. locations in 2025

Craving a Frosty? Better get it on a slow day if you’re going to a Wendy’s that’ll be testing surge pricing in…

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Politics

U.S. ambassador says ‘world is watching’ Canada’s military spending

The U.S. ambassador to Canada says the world is closely watching Canada’s defence spending commitments, as the NATO alliance scrambles…

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Politics

Canada needs a ‘concrete plan’ to hit NATO defence spending pledge, says U.S. NATO envoy

The federal government is facing renewed pressure on defence spending as the United States urges Ottawa to come up with a…

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Tech

Privately owned Odysseus lander makes first U.S. moon touchdown in half-century

A private lander touched down on the moon Thursday but managed just a weak signal back, as flight controllers scrambled…

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Business

U.S. casinos won US$66.5B from gamblers in 2023, best year ever

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – America’s commercial casinos won US$66.5 billion from gamblers in 2023, the industry’s best year ever, according…

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Entertainment

U.S. casinos won $66.5B from gamblers in 2023, best year ever

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – America’s commercial casinos won $66.5 billion from gamblers in 2023, the industry’s best year ever, according…

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Lifestyle

Virtual reality improved emotions for seniors: U.S. study

POMPANO BEACH, Fla. – Retired U.S. army colonel Farrell Patrick taught computer science at West Point during the 1970s and…

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Nova Scotia

A North Atlantic right whale found dead off the U.S. coast was hit by a ship, researchers say

A young North Atlantic right whale found dead off the coast of Georgia this week was killed by a ship,…

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Politics

Canada, U.S., U.K. endorse framework to fight foreign information manipulation

Canada, the United States and the United Kingdom say they’re “deeply concerned” about foreign information manipulation and have jointly endorsed…

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