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  • Preview: Panthers at Senators, 5 p.m., Sunday

    Preview: Panthers at Senators, 5 p.m., Sunday
    Panthers at Senators When/where: 5 p.m., Canadian Tire Center, Ottawa TV: FSF; Radio: 560-AM. Scouting report: The Panthers play a crucial game to their playoff hopes on the second night of a back-to-back weekend set in Canada. The Senators have...
  • Bill Griffiths dies at 91; promoter brought glitz to roller derby

     Bill Griffiths dies at 91; promoter brought glitz to roller derby
    Bill Griffiths, a roller derby impresario who built the sport in Los Angeles and tried to glamorize the local Thunderbirds with sexy stars and over-the-top stunts, died Sunday at a nursing home in Tarzana. He was 91. He had Alzheimer's disease, his...
  • Senators come back from three-goal deficit to beat Penguins in OT, 4-3

    OTTAWA, Ontario The Penguins still are not in the Stanley Cup playoffs. They failed to hold a three-goal lead and lost to Ottawa, 4-3, in overtime at the Canadian Tire Centre Tuesday. Mark Stone capped the Senators' comeback by scoring the game-winner...
  • Orlando City's Cyle Larin improving rapidly, may start for Lions

    Orlando City's Cyle Larin improving rapidly, may start for Lions
    Cyle Larin tried his luck on ice as a kid before handing in his skates for cleats. Hockey, not soccer, was the sport of choice growing up in Brampton, Ontario, about 25 minutes outside of Toronto, but Larin always wanted a ball at his feet and he played...
  • Many more oil trains crossing Nebraska, Iowa this spring

    The number of trains carrying at least a million gallons of volatile crude oil across Nebraska and Iowa surged this spring to as many as 30 a week. BNSF railroad has told emergency management officials in both states that it is now hauling 20 to 30...
  • Canada sells last of its GM shares

    DETROIT GEN Investment Corp., created by the Canadian federal government, has agreed to sell its final 73.4 million General Motors to investment bank Goldman Sachs. The sales is expected to be completed April 10. At GM's Monday closing price of $36.66...
  • 20% off Arctic Circle photo cruise from Canada to Greenland in August

    20% off Arctic Circle photo cruise from Canada to Greenland in August
    One Ocean Expeditions is offering 20% off an August photography expedition to see polar bears, walruses and whales as well as Inuit settlements in Canada's Arctic and Greenland. "Arctic Cirle in Focus: Photo Symposium" sails Aug. 2 aboard an...
  • US safety board: Oil train tank cars need urgent upgrades

    Tank cars carrying oil or ethanol by rail urgently need to be retrofitted or replaced to make them more fire-resistant after a spate of explosive accidents in recent months revealed the shortcomings of voluntary industry standards, U.S. safety officials...
  • U.S. women's world hockey title another golden moment for Meghan Duggan

    It was a rare occasion when a gold medal was something of a consolation prize for the U.S. women’s hockey team. Team USA’s 7-5 victory over archrival Canada last weekend in the finale of the women’s world hockey championships triggered...
  • Canada sells its multibillion-dollar stake in General Motors

    The Canadian government has unloaded its multibillion-dollar stake in General Motors. The finance department said late Monday that it had sold nearly 73.4 million shares in an unregistered block trade to Goldman, Sachs & Co. Taxpayers' stake in the...
  • Reader Feedback April 7: Ted Cruz citizenship, Busch Gardens

    Citizenship of Ted Cruz •Ann, Newport News: I have a question on your article about Ted Cruz as a presidential nominee. I thought I read he was born in Canada. I learned in school that you had to be born in the United States in order to be...