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  • 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-...
  • Orlando City rookie Cyle Larin impresses in MLS debut

    Orlando City rookie Cyle Larin impresses in MLS debut
    Cyle Larin stepped on to the field in the 72nd minute on Saturday evening in his professional debut. The No. 1 overall pick in this year’s MLS SuperDraft had been left off the 18-man gameday roster for the club’s MLS opener, then made the...
  • Miami grand jury to hear case of Canadian teen charged with murder

    MIAMI A grand jury will consider a possible indictment for murder against the teen son of Canada's Consul General in Miami in connection with a violent drug robbery that ended in his brother's death. During a brief court hearing Wednesday, a prosecutor...
  • Rye is rising: A new whiskey trend that goes with the grain

    Fans of brown spirits are taking a rye approach to imbibing. Hot on the heels of the bourbon boom, more ryes are appearing on shelves as consumers explore whiskey's spicier, fruitier side. "People are rediscovering rye whisky and its unique flavor," says...
  • Grand jury will hear Canadian diplomat's son shooting case

    A grand jury will consider whether to bring formal murder charges against the son of a Canadian diplomat who police say was involved in a drug-related shootout that killed his brother and another teenager, a Florida prosecutor said Wednesday. Assistant...
  • Taking aim to curtail light geese

    YANKTON, S.D. Our group of 10 Wisconsinites took a break, stretching legs and talking amid a mosaic of South Dakota corn. The late March day had warmed to 50 degrees and signs were all around that winter was rapidly changing to spring. Green sprigs of...
  • 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...