'The Walking Dead': Michael Cudlitz says no one is safe in Season 7

Fans of The Walking Dead might still be mourning the victims of Sunday night’s shocking Season 7 premiere, but they shouldn’t feel too bad for the actors involved.
Michael Cudlitz, who played the gruff-but-tender ex-soldier Abraham, says coming into AMC’s zombie apocalypse drama without the assumption that your character will be killed off at some point is foolish.
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Donald Trump: Don't believe polls, 'we are winning' [Video]

Election Day just 15 days off, Donald Trump fought to preserve his narrow path to the presidency in must-win Florida on Monday. Hillary Clinton worked to slam the door on her Republican opponent in New Hampshire.
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Trump on porn star accuser: ‘Oh, I’m sure she’s never been grabbed before’

Donald Trump mocked former porn star Jessica Drake for her claims he was sexually inappropriate towards her, telling a New Hampshire radio station: “Oh, I’m sure she’s never been grabbed before.”
#Trump on Jessica Drake who accused him of sexual assault: "Oh I'm sure she's never been grabbed before.
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Toronto lawyer Galati files constitutional challenge against EU trade deal

OTTAWA -- The Toronto lawyer who successfully challenged the previous Conservative government over one of its Supreme Court judge nominees is setting his sights on a new target: Canada's free trade deal with the European Union.
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Federal deficit likely to come in smaller than predicted in budget: PBO

The federal government is on track to post smaller deficits in the coming years than the Liberals are currently forecasting, Canada's non-partisan parliamentary budget watchdog said on Monday.
The Parliamentary Budget Officer said in a report Monday it expects Ottawa to post a deficit of just over $22 billion this year.
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Q&A: 'Walking Dead' director on who got killed-off in 'horrible' new episode

After six seasons of relentless blood, gore and anguish, it's probably more difficult to shock and appall the fans of "The Walking Dead" compared to most other shows. But Sunday night's season 7 premiere managed to do both.
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“Using seating plans so that kindergarten and Grade 1 students are seated at the front of the bus, identifying these young students with a red bus pass pouch and providing drivers with a schedule listing students, their grade and stop location with a reminder about the policy are all safeguards for the drivers to use,” said the Catholic schools’ director of student transportation, Debbie Hunter, in an email.
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Heath Ledger had 'Joker shrine' set up in his apartment: report

Heath Ledger took his role as The Joker so seriously, he transformed his New York City loft into a shrine to the character, law enforcement sources tell Page Six.
The gossip site reports after Ledger died of an overdose in 2008, cops entered his home to find he was an obsessed Batman superfan who filled his apartment with Batman comics, clown statues, and books about clown performers.
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Singer Pete Burns of '80s band Dead or Alive dies at 57

Pete Burns of 1980s pop band Dead or Alive, best known for its worldwide hit You Spin Me Round (Like a Record), has died of a heart attack at the age of 57.
The British singer-songwriter's management team confirmed Monday that Burns died of "a massive cardiac arrest" a day earlier.
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U.S. movie theatres to put election night on the big screen in 25 cities

AMC Theatres has partnered with CNN to broadcast the Nov. 8 presidential election on the big screen at 50 theatres in 25 cities nationwide.
Each location will be designated as either "red" or "blue" (Republican or Democratic) and attendees may choose their theatre based on party preference.
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Judges in Alta. custody case ordered boy not to wear girls clothes in public

MEDICINE HAT, Alta. -- A gender identity expert says judges need more education after two Alberta family court judges ruled a child born a boy can't wear girls clothes in public.
Kris Wells, with the Institute for Sexual Minority Studies and Services at the University of Alberta, says the case shows some judges need their attitudes challenged and corrected.
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Quebec carbon market not changing behaviours so far, but experts are hopeful

OTTAWA -- As politicians across the country worry about the consequences of a national carbon tax on family incomes, many experts say the much-touted carbon market in Quebec has so far had little effect on changing citizens' habits.
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