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Longer looks: Vermont's single payer system; Nevada's cancer cluster; the toll of dementia
Skatchewan is a vast prairie province in the middle of Canada. It's home to hockey great Gordie Howe and the world's first curling museum. But Canadians know it for another reason: it's the birthplace of the country's single-payer health-care system.
April 14 2014
U.S. man to be tried for murder for childhood attack on boy who died 13 years later
Canadian, Texas
A Texas man accused of dousing a boy with gasoline and setting him on fire when he was a teenager can be tried as an adult for murder after the victim died from his burns nearly 13 years later, a judge ruled Thursday.
March 22 2014
Man Arrested On Suspicion Of Leaving Boyfriend's Severed Head Near Hollywood Sign
Canadian, Texas
Nearly two years after Hervey Medellin's severed head was found by dog walkers near the Hollywood sign, his former boyfriend has been arrested in connection with his murder. [ more › ]        
March 22 2014
Broken Stride: When Ashley Poissant was killed by an alleged drunk driver, she became the latest vi
The evening of May 20, 2013, was perfect for a run. The clear blue skies above Champlain, N.Y., a town of nearly 6,000 people on the Canadian border less than an hour south of Montreal, faded slowly toward dusk. The previous day's rain left a pleasant trace of humidity in the 63-degree air. The sun officially set at 8:20 p.m., but this far north in the late spring, light lingers. Some 20 minutes ...
March 11 2014
Carr found guilty of murder, tampering with evidence
TRAVIS COUNTY, Texas -- A former Pedernales firefighter charged with killing his girlfriend has been found guilty of murder and tampering with evidence. Joe Carr was convicted Tuesday of the 2011 murder of Veronica Navarro. He has also been convicted of sinking her tent-wrapped body in Lake Travis. Carr was arrested near the Canadian border shortly after Navarro's body was found. His car was ...
February 19 2014
Belle Starr focus of trail ride
It was near dark on Feb. 3, 1889, when Belle Starr was murdered as she rode her horse home along the Canadian River near Hoyt, south of Muskogee in Haskell County.
February 18 2014
Healthy Baby Boy Delivered via C-Section from Canadian Brain Dead Woman
VICTORIA, Canada – A baby boy has been successfully delivered via C-section from a Canadian woman who has been brain dead for nearly two months. As previously reported, Robyn Benson, 32, collapsed on December 28th after complaining of severe head pain. It was later discovered that she had suffered massive hemorrhaging on the brain, and […]
February 17 2014
Brain-Dead Canadian Woman Gives Birth, Dies
A brain-dead woman in British Columbia, whose husband had asked she be kept alive on a ventilator after a cerebral hemorrhage over a month ago, has died after giving birth to their frail but healthy son.
February 17 2014
Man airlifted after accident
Amarillo, TX - Two men were taken to the hospital after an accident at the sand and gravel pits near the Canadian River Bridge, north of Amarillo.
February 15 2014
Bandido bikers appeal convictions for eight murders
Canadian, Texas
Convicted killer Wayne Kellestine is one of five outlaw bikers appealing life sentences for execution-style slayings of eight Toronto-area men connected to the Bandidos Motorcycle Club in the biggest mass slaying in modern Ontario history. The appeals are scheduled for the week beginning June 5 in Toronto at the Ontario Court of Appeals. Also appealing convictions for the murders seven years ago ...
February 12 2014
Some 200 people fleeing warfare died after a boat crossing the Nile River sank, a South Sudanese mi
Canadian, Texas
The Dartmouth General Hospital is operating on its backup oxygen supply until a large, leaky outdoor tank is fixed. “They are using a backup tank, which was full and will get them through the day,” John Gillis, spokesman for Capital Health, said in...
January 24 2014
Cink Leads in San Diego; Tiger 8 Back
Canadian, Texas
San Diego — The best score belonged to Stewart Cink. The best round belonged to Pat Perez. Tiger Woods didn’t come close to claiming either Thursday in the Farmers Insurance Open, where the seven-time champion failed to break par in the opening round for first time in his career.
January 24 2014
Endo Health buying Paladin Labs for about $1.5B
Canadian, Texas
Endo Health will spend about $1.5 billion to buy the Canadian specialty drug maker Paladin Labs, and both will then be folded into a newly-formed Irish holding company.
November 21 2013
The legal case surrounding Texas' new abortion law
Canadian, Texas
About a third of abortion providers in Texas were expected to stop offering the procedure Friday after the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that Texas may begin enforcing some of the strictest regulations in the country....
November 15 2013
Anyone Cares to Bitch with Ann Coulter? By Qansy Salako
Hunt, texas
By Qansy Salako I am not sure if those super-sensitive Nigerian reactionaries who bawled inconsolably at the one liner anti-Nigeria wisecrack by the Canadian-Latino-American Texas Republican Senator Ted Cruz have seen the latest in-your face anti-Nigeria diatribe by the Arian American Republican hothead, Ann Coulter. ...
November 15 2013
Correction: Cuban-Insider Trading story
Canadian, Texas
In an Oct. 3 story about billionaire Mark Cuban's insider-trading trial, The Associated Press misquoted Cuban when he explained why he would not agree to refrain from selling his stock in a Canadian Internet company....
October 29 2013
Toronto Themes: True Stories, Bad Behavior and Women Who Make Awful Decisions
Canadian, Texas
“Without people who are appalling, there would be no drama,” said “12 Years a Slave” director Steve McQueen on Saturday afternoon at the Toronto Film Festival – and a day after McQueen’s movie premiered, plenty of TIFF offerings had abundant drama (plus a few laughs) courtesy of appalling people and bad behavior.
September 08 2013
Halifax police have laid a number of charges against a man at the centre of Tuesday’s armed stand
Canadian, Texas
The mysterious killing of a Dartmouth man 14 years ago Wednesday is the focus of another plea by regional police for any information to help solve the murder. Jason MacCullough’s body was discovered on a Dartmouth path at 2:30 a.m. Aug. 28,...
August 30 2013
Amid Talk of White House Run, Texas Senator Targets Obama’s Health Plan
A day after forfeiting his dual Canadian citizenship, Senator Ted Cruz held a rally to gin up support for his effort to defund President Obama's health care overhaul.
August 26 2013
First Thoughts: The Defund Obamacare effort has gone nowhere
Portland, texas
Defund Obamacare effort has gone nowhere… Blame Canada! Cruz says he will renounce his Canadian citizenship… U.S aid to Egypt: A difference between “suspension” and “under review”?... If you want a friend in Washington, buy a dog (or two). So …
August 21 2013
Toronto flat Tuesday
Cisco, texas
The Toronto stock market was slightly lower Tuesday, weighed down by an earnings report from industrial heavyweight Canadian National Railways However, mining stocks got a lift after China's leadership ...
August 21 2013
Trial in jeopardy as lawyers claim Fort Hood killer has ‘death wish’
Canadian, Texas
The military judge in the trial of the soldier accused in the Fort Hood shooting rampage was struggling to keep it on track today after rejecting demands from assisting defence lawyers that they be allowed to wash their hands of the defendant because he appeared to have a death wish. Related Stories Two arrested over bullied Canadian girl's death Oprah Winfrey to receive Medal of Freedom Teacher ...
August 13 2013
Hacking attack blamed for Network Solutions outage
Canadian, Texas
Four of the six jurors from the murder trial of neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman have distanced themselves from statements another juror made in a televised interview.
July 18 2013
Barclays pledges to fight US energy fine
Canadian, Texas
Barclays, Britain's second-biggest bank, vowed to fight almost half-billion dollars in fines for manipulating electricity prices in California and other western states, setting the stage for a courtroom battle with U.S....
July 18 2013
John Glatt’s ‘Prince of Paradise,’ and More
Canadian, Texas
In “The Prince of Paradise,” John Glatt tells a true story of murder and glitz in Miami Beach.
June 01 2013
Iqaluit court prepares for re-trial of convicted murderer
Canadian, Texas
A voir dire is underway in Iqaluit for a Rankin Inlet, Nunavut, man convicted of murdering his common-law partner in 2007.
June 01 2013
Brother of Jennifer Lawrence Allegedly Being Stalked
Houston, Texas
A Canadian man is facing charges that he stalked the brother of Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence, according to court documents.
June 01 2013
Canada revokes passport of doc accused in US medicare fraud
The Canadian government has quietly revoked the passport of a Quebec doctor accused of defrauding the U.S. Medicare system of $375 million — before he's even had a trial.
May 27 2013
Canada revokes passport of Quebec doctor accused in $375-million US medicare fraud
The Canadian government has quietly revoked the passport of a Quebec doctor accused of defrauding the U.S. Medicare system of $375 million — before he's even had a trial.
May 27 2013
MONTREAL — A man who was one of Montreal’s most powerful politicians told Quebec’s corruption
Canadian, Texas
TORONTO — Health Canada has come up with a temporary solution to eliminate a jurisdictional grey area that may have contributed to over 1,200 patients receiving diluted chemotherapy drugs, The Canadian Press has learned. Officials with the federal...
May 06 2013
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