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  • Canadian pleads not guilty to 'sex tourist,' child porn charges

    Canadian pleads not guilty to 'sex tourist,' child porn charges
    When Rene Roberge arrived in South Florida last weekend, federal authorities say he was planning to stay a few days, have sex with a 14-year-old boy here, then fly to Texas for sex with another teen boy. The Broward County boy he planned to meet was...
  • House passes Keystone XL pipeline bill; Senate prospects unclear

    The Republican-led U.S. House of Representatives approved the Keystone XLpipeline on Friday, but a similar measure struggled to get enough support in the Senate and President Barack Obama indicated he might use his veto if the bill does get through ...
  • Blackhawks head out on long road trip with some momentum

     Blackhawks head out on long road trip with some momentum
    With a grueling six-game trip staring them in the face, the Blackhawks gave themselves an impressive — and much-needed — going-away gift. The Hawks hammered the Stars 6-2 on Sunday night in their 11th game at the United Center before...
  • Why Putin's anti-NATO behavior makes sense to him, and many in Russia

    Why Putin's anti-NATO behavior makes sense to him, and many in Russia
    Russian President Vladimir Putin had an opportunity to lobby for easing international sanctions against his country last month when European and Asian leaders gathered for a summit in Milan, but for his most crucial meeting — a sit-down with...
  • Keystone XL pipeline supporters appear short of votes in Senate

    Keystone XL pipeline supporters appear short of votes in Senate
    Backers of the Keystone XL oil pipeline hope a vote in the U.S. Senate late on Tuesday will send a bill to the desk of President Barack Obama, but they appear to be just short. With the chamber apparently stuck at 59 votes in favor of Keystone XL,...
  • Obama remains high-handed -- and wrong -- about Ukraine

    PARIS -- For a man who had taken a stunning electoral blow two weeks earlier, Barack Obama completed his Asian trip with an air of unperturbed leadership of the world -- whatever the Republicans at home thought about who was in charge of what now will...
  • Mawdsley Pleased To Stay In State To Play For Black Wolves

    The New England Black Wolves will have a nice mix of American and Canadian players. Mike Mawdsley is from Missisauga, Ontario, and just finished his career at Sacred Heart University, where he is fourth on the all-time scoring list. "It's an...
  • U.S. gets a tough draw in women's World Cup

    U.S. gets a tough draw in women's World Cup
    If the U.S. women's team is intimidated by the difficult World Cup draw it got Saturday, it's doing a good job of keeping that a secret. "Bring it on," forward Sydney Leroux tweeted moments after the Americans were placed in Group D alongside Sweden,...
  • Canada drops its first bombs on Islamic State targets

    Canada dropped its first missiles on Islamic State targets on Sunday, aiming bombs at marks near Fallouja, Iraq, Canadian officials announced. Two CF-18 fighter jets dropped the 500-pound laser-guided bombs in a mission that took about four hours, Rob...
  • In global climate talks, some major polluters drag their feet

    Recent commitments by the world's major polluters to cut emissions have added fresh momentum to international climate talks, but foot-dragging persists among the next tier of polluters, including India, Brazil, Canada and Australia. Representatives of...
  • No more drunken sailors: Canadian Navy bans drinking at sea

    No more drunken sailors: Canadian Navy bans drinking at sea
    The Royal Canadian Navy on Friday imposed an almost total ban on sailors drinking at sea, after a warship had to be recalled from an international exercise because inebriated crew members got into trouble. Sailors had hitherto been allowed to drink off...