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Baby Gammy With His Thai Surrogate Mother

From Society Nov 21

Baby Gammy Will Be Australian Citizen Soon

Baby Gammy will soon acquire Australian citizenship.

From Society Nov 20

‘Drunk Girl in Public' Actress Apologises; Actor Tells Dr. Drew He Thought It Was Comedy Skit

“Drunk Girl in Public” says sorry for participating in the viral video of a hoax social experiment.

CF-18 Hornet fighter jets depart from 4 Wing Cold Lake, Alberta, October 21, 2014, in this Royal Canadian Air Force handout photo provided on October 22, 2014. The jets are part of the Canadian Armed Forces? contribution to coalition assistance to securit

From Politics & Policy Nov 20

Western Victory Vs ISIS Still Years Away; Canada Conducts 2nd Airstrike

It is still too early to claim victory over the ISIS, a retired U.S. general said.

A lake-effect snow storm with freezing temperatures produces a wall of snow travelling over Lake Erie into Buffalo, New York. November 18, 2014. A whirlpool of frigid, dense air known as a "polar vortex" descended Tuesday into much of the Northe

From Politics & Policy Nov 20

Real Life ‘Frozen’: Snow Overwhelms The US, Kills 7; More To Come (Pictures)

New York residents have been warned to brace for more snow this weekend.

Russian President Vladimir Putin holds a gold bar while visiting an exhibition at Russia's Far Eastern gold mining center of Magadan November 22, 2005.

From Politics & Policy Nov 19

Sanctions-Hit Russia Boosts Gold Reserves, Sends Prices Of Metal To 2-Wk High

Russia's out to break the monopoly of the dollar as it boosts its gold reserves.

From Society Nov 19

‘World's Sexiest Criminal’ Says Sorry, Agrees to ‘Face Consequences’

A 21-year-old Canadian student, considered to be world's sexiest criminal, wants to plead guilty to 30 charges against her.

A Wal Mart store front is seen  in Toronto March 5, 2009. Wal-Mart Stores Inc's Canadian division has announced it will close its six Sam's Club locations in Ontario to focus instead on opening more Wal-Mart supercenters.  REUTERS/ Mike Cassese

From Politics & Policy Nov 19

Walmart Canada Slashes 210 From Workforce

Walmart Canada will be shedding off jobs, affecting 210 people.

Jose Rosales, a student at Westside Middle School in Winder, Georgia, answers a question from another student at Charleswood Junior High School in Winnipeg, Manitoba Canada via the internet during a cooperative education project with Canada January 24, 20

From Politics & Policy Nov 19

Ontario Govt Mulls Closing Under Utilized Schools, Eyes $500M Savings

Ontario might be closing some of its public schools soon.

J-10 fighter jets from the August 1st Aerobatics Team of the People's Liberation Army Air Force take off from a military base as they travel to Zhuhai for the upcoming China International Aviation & Aerospace Exhibition, in Tianjin municipality, Nove

From Politics & Policy Nov 18

Russia At It Again, Planes Intercepted Over Baltic Sea – NATO

NATO has intercepted again some Russian military planes.

Iraqi security forces personnel fire artillery during clashes with Islamic State militants, in Jurf al-Sakhar, south of Baghdad October 26, 2014. Picture taken October 26, 2014. REUTERS/Stringer

From Politics & Policy Nov 18

U.S. Arms The ISIS – Iraqi Intel

An Iraqi intelligence report has alleged the U.S. to have been supporting the ISIS by sending them arms and food support dropped under the guise of air raids.