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After men's razors, Harry's launches shaving brand for women

NEW YORK -- Harry's has carved out a niche selling men shaving razors direct to their doors, elbowing in on an industry long dominated by names like Gillette and Schick.
In the process, the company says it found that 1 million women were using its products for their shaving needs.
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In Florida, determining hurricane death toll proves elusive

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- In Florida, a grim task is unwinding slowly: Finding out many people were killed in Hurricane Michael.
The storm that ravaged Florida's Panhandle left incredible destruction stretching from the Gulf of Mexico to the state border, but so far getting a firm grasp on how many died is proving somewhat elusive.
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Pigs, chickens and miniature horses allowed as comfort animals in Calgary

CALGARY - Henrietta the hen and Porky the pig could soon be taking on new roles outside the farmyard in Calgary.
Calgary city council has approved a bylaw amendment to issue permits for the use of livestock as emotional support animals.
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Paul Stanley says Kiss farewell tour could include ex-members

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -- It won't be all night, but former members of Kiss might get the chance to rock 'n' roll with the band one last time.
Kiss frontman Paul Stanley says the band's (second) farewell tour could include former members performing onstage.
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Mike Pence heads to Saudi Arabia over Khashoggi

ISTANBUL -- U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is on his way to Saudi Arabia to speak to its king over the disappearance and alleged slaying of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi.
Pompeo was in the air when a Turkish police forensics team wrapped up its hourslong search of the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul early Tuesday morning.
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Asian shares up on hopes that U.S., China will solve dispute

SINGAPORE -- Asian markets were mostly higher on Tuesday, though Chinese benchmarks fell after the government reported inflation rose for the fourth straight month.
KEEPING SCORE: Japan's benchmark Nikkei 225 added 0.3 per cent to 22,317.06.
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'He changed the world' - Reaction to Paul Allen's death

SEATTLE -- Reaction to the death of Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, who died Monday:
Paul Allen's contributions to our company, our industry and to our community are indispensable. As co-founder of Microsoft, in his own quiet and persistent way, he created magical products, experiences and institutions, and in doing so, he changed the world.
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Koreas, U.S.-led UN Command discuss disarming border area

FILE - In this April 18, 2018 file photo, two South Korean soldiers, center and left, and U.S. soldier, right, stand in the southern side during a press tour at the border village of Panmunjom in the Demilitarized Zone, South Korea.
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Cannabis industry already creating jobs for First Nations

Some First Nations chiefs say the legalization of recreational cannabis is already creating badly needed jobs for their communities.
Peguis First Nation, located about 200 kilometres north of Winnipeg, struggles with high unemployment, poverty and almost yearly flooding that damages housing.
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Meet the trainer behind the creepy cat in the 'Pet Sematary' trailer

Five clever Canadian cats are set to appear in the upcoming ‘Pet Sematary’ horror movie, the latest screen adaptation of Stephen King’s novel.
The felines were trained by Melissa Millet in London, Ont., and will share the role of a single cat.
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Australia considering moving embassy to Jerusalem, PM says

Australia will consider recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital and shifting its embassy there from Tel Aviv, Australia's Prime Minister said on Tuesday.
The status of Jerusalem is one of the thorniest obstacles to a peace deal between Israel and the Palestinians.
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U.S.-bound Honduran migrant caravan reaches Guatemala

ESQUIPULAS, Guatemala -- A caravan of hundreds of Honduran migrants surged over the Guatemalan border under a broiling sun Monday hoping to make it to new lives in the United States, far from the poverty and violence of their home nation.
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