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  • Mexico groups ask UN to list Monarch reserve as in danger

    Activists from Mexico, the United States and Canada are asking the U.N. World Heritage Committee to include the Monarch butterfly wintering reserve on a list of sites considered in danger. UNESCO designated the 139,000-acre (56,259 hectare) reserve in...
  • Kings to square off against Celtics in Mexico next season

    The Kings will play the Boston Celtics on Dec. 3 in a regular-season game in Mexico City at Mexico City Arena. It will be the third regular-season game played in Mexico as part NBA Global Games 2015. It also will be the league's 22nd game in Mexico,...
  • Canada to join US effort to train Ukrainian troops

    Canada is sending 200 military trainers to Ukraine, joining the U.S. and Britain an effort to bolster the country's forces against Russian aggression. Defense Minister Jason Kenney said about 150 trainers will be housed at a NATO training center in...
  • Birthers silent on Cruz candidacy

    Where are the birthers when we really need them? When Barack Hussein Obama first sought the office of president they declared him ineligible for that office because they believed the myth that he was born in Kenya, or in Indonesia, or possibly on a moon...
  • Avoiding lap-child sticker shock on international flights

    Avoiding lap-child sticker shock on international flights
    While planning a summer trip to Europe for her family, Tara Firenzi of Santa Cruz was thrilled that she would save some money using awards miles for tickets for herself, her husband and 5-year-old daughter Ruby. Ten-month-old Hazel would fly as a lap...
  • New faces, big absences and plenty of Canada in NHL playoffs

    The NHL's postseason dominoes tumbled throughout the regular season's wild final week. When the last ones fell Saturday night, they revealed that the league is set up for an extremely interesting spring. This Stanley Cup tournament features seven teams...
  • Highlights and firsts from Orioles Opening Day at Camden Yards

    Highlights and firsts from Orioles Opening Day at Camden Yards
    Opening Day is a celebration of a new season, with looks back at previous successes and excitement for the future. Here are the highlights and firsts of Friday's home opener between the Orioles and the Toronto Blue Jays. Masters of ceremony: Jim...
  • Kildee: Congress should oppose Canada's nuclear waste plan

    Michigan Rep. Dan Kildee said Friday he will push Congress to officially oppose Canada's plans to allow nuclear waste to be stored underground less than a mile from Lake Huron, saying the country should find a site farther away from the Great Lakes, the...
  • Mining co. in Mexico has 'good relationship' with cartels

    The head of the mining company robbed of $8.5 million in gold in Mexico made the rare revelation in a television interview that his company has a "good relationship" with area drug traffickers. Rob McEwen, president and chairman of Canada-based McEwen...
  • Robbers take $8.5 million in gold from Mexican mine

    A robbery of $8.5 million in gold from a mine refinery in Mexico's western Sinaloa state was likely an inside job, authorities said Wednesday. Sinaloa's interior minister Gerard Vargas Landeros told reporters that the caper at the facility of Canada-...
  • Costco Canada recalls chicken salad over listeria risk

    Costco Canada is recalling Kirkland Signature brand roasted chicken salad because of a possible listeria contamination. The recall covers salads that contain fully cooked sliced chicken breast. The salad was sold in all Canadian provinces except for...