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  • Kings against Sharks in finale won't be the game that was anticipated

    Kings against Sharks in finale won't be the game that was anticipated
    The NHL's schedule makers had a delicious and almost warped sense of humor when they crafted the opening- and closing-day programs. Kings vs. Sharks. San Jose had to watch the Kings raise their Stanley Cup champion banner on Oct. 8 at Staples Center,...
  • Raptors' Greivis Vasquez: Wizards' Paul Pierce has 'got everybody's attention'

    Raptors' Greivis Vasquez: Wizards' Paul Pierce has 'got everybody's attention'
    Speaking to the media at Air Canada Centre on Sunday, Toronto Raptors guard Greivis Vasquez was asked about Paul Pierce, whose 20 points helped the Washington Wizards steal Game 1 of their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series on the road, 93-86, one day...
  • Paul Almond dies at 83; director of groundbreaking 'Seven Up!' documentary

     Paul Almond dies at 83; director of groundbreaking 'Seven Up!' documentary
    Canadian filmmaker Paul Almond was working in London in the early 1960s when he and producer Tim Hewitt came up with an idea for a documentary that would examine class and society through the eyes of children. "Over a couple of pints in a pub," Almond...
  • Notes: Everth Cabrera allowed to travel to Toronto; J.J. Hardy progressing from injury

    Notes: Everth Cabrera allowed to travel to Toronto; J.J. Hardy progressing from injury
    Orioles infielder Everth Cabrera has been given permission to remain with the club when it travels to Canada next week for a three-game series against the Blue Jays in Toronto. There was concern that Cabrera, who was arrested in September and charged...
  • Naval Academy bests rivals in NSA cyber competition

    Naval Academy bests rivals in NSA cyber competition
    Midshipmen from the Naval Academy won a mock war in cyberspace this week, faring better against an elite team of National Security Agency hackers than their rivals at the other service academies, the Fort Meade-based spy agency said. It was the...
  • 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...
  • Canadian diplomat's teenage son charged with murder as adult

    Canadian diplomat's teenage son charged with murder as adult
    The teenage son of a Canadian diplomat has been charged with murder as an adult in what police say was a drug-related shooting that killed his brother. A Miami-Dade County grand jury indicted 15-year-old Marc Wabafiyebazu on first-degree felony murder...
  • 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...
  • CONCACAF unveils Gold Cup group pairings and complete match schedule

    CONCACAF unveils Gold Cup group pairings and complete match schedule
    World Cup quarterfinalist Costa Rica will face Jamaica in its CONCACAF Gold Cup opener July 8 at StubHub Center in Carson. That Group B game will begin at 5 p.m., to be followed by Canada-El Salvador at 7:30. The defending champion United States,...
  • Canadian man pleads guilty in Florida sex tourism case

    Canadian man pleads guilty in Florida sex tourism case
    Authorities say a Canadian man has pleaded guilty to charges that he traveled to Florida to have sex with someone he believed was an underage boy. Rene Roberge of Sherbrooke, Quebec, pleaded guilty to four counts Monday during a federal court hearing...
  • Speak Out

    I hear that Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz was born in Canada. Where are all the people who thought President Obama was not born in this country? I hope they are not waiting for Fox News. That will never happen. Oak Forest I'm just...