Clinton rallies with Michelle Obama as Trump alleges corruption

SPRINGFIELD, Ohio - Aiming to deliver a knockout blow to Donald Trump's staggering presidential campaign, Hillary Clinton turned to popular first lady Michelle Obama to rally voters in North Carolina.
Trump denounced both Hillary and Bill Clinton as creatures of a corrupt political system, who would use another pass at the Oval Office to enrich themselves at the expense of American families.
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Labrador man to be honoured at Rideau Hall for saving snowmobilers

NAIN, N.L. - A Labrador man will accept the Medal of Bravery in Ottawa today for his rescue of two people whose snowmobile plunged through the ice last year.
Ronald James Andersen was snowmobiling near Nain Bay in May 2015 when he saw the machine ahead of him fall through the ice, carrying two people into the frigid water.
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Eric Clapton sued by musician's estate over iconic song

NASHVILLE - The estate of a Mississippi blues musician has filed a lawsuit against Eric Clapton, accusing the Hall of Fame guitarist of giving a songwriting credit to the wrong artist.
The Tennessean reports a lawsuit filed in Nashville federal court says Eric Clapton attributed the song "Alberta" to Huddie Ledbetter - better known as Lead Belly - in the 2013 re-release of Clapton's "Unplugged" album, when the credit should have gone to Bo Carter.
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National Geographic's famed 'Afghan girl' denies getting fake ID

PESHAWAR, Pakistan - A Pakistani prosecutor says National Geographic's famed green-eyed 'Afghan Girl' has made her first appearance before a court, insisting she did not fraudulently obtain Pakistani nationality.
Manzoor Aalam said Sharbat Gulla, during Friday's court hearing, essentially retracted the confession that investigators say she made after her arrest.
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Cellphone use surges, so do bills. Canadians call for an end to data caps

Our cellphones are so much more than phones these days. They've become a lifeline, the way we connect to everything from banking and breaking news to the loved ones in our lives.
So it likely comes as no surprise that wireless internet data usage continues to skyrocket in Canada, and that we're spending more to feed our habit.
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Building 'economy of the future' means good news will have to wait: Chris Hall

Bill Morneau won't have a lot of good news when he rises in the House of Commons on Tuesday to deliver his fall economic update. And that, strangely enough, isn't a bad thing for a finance minister whose job is to build what Liberals call "the economy of the future.
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EU trade deal 'unbalanced' against Canadian meat, industry says

Protesting farmers played a role in why Wallonia's legislators voted against Canada's trade deal with Europe.
Tractors were parked outside the regional legislature in Namur, Belgium, the day the no votes were cast.
Then came Thursday's declaration to save the deal.
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Walmart vows change amid concerns over food waste

Walmart Canada has promised to review its in-store processes related to food waste after a CBC Marketplace and Go Public investigation examined how much food the company throws away.
Over the course of more than 12 visits to two stores in the Toronto area, Marketplace staff repeatedly found produce, baked goods, frozen foods, meat and dairy products in garbage bins out back.
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A large map with the slogan "Pray for the Redoubt" hangs behind the till at Warren Campbell's army surplus store located just outside Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.
Campbell moved his family from California about a year and a half ago, in part, because he believes the U.S.
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Oregon standoff case jury delivers blow to U.S. in lands fight

PORTLAND, Ore. -- A jury delivered an extraordinary blow to the government in a long-running battle over the use of public lands when it acquitted all seven defendants involved in the armed occupation of a national wildlife refuge in rural southeastern Oregon.
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Noose put on 15-year-old by classmates left emotional scar, mother says

Derrick Johnson, left, president of the Mississippi NAACP, talks to the media on behalf of Stacey Payton, centre right, and Hollis Payton, right, the parents of a high school student, in front of the Stone County Courthouse in Wiggins, Miss.
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Waves, darkness hindered search for Chinese sailor attempting record

KAPOLEI, Hawaii - Waves, wind and darkness hampered the ocean search off Hawaii for a Chinese man reported missing while attempting to set a sailing record, the U.S. Coast Guard pilot who was the mission's air commander said Thursday.
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