Prince's heirs sue Illinois hospital, pharmacy

MINNEAPOLIS - Prince's heirs are suing Walgreens and the Illinois hospital that treated him after he suffered a drug overdose just a week before he died.
Prince was 57 when he was found in an elevator at his Paisley Park estate on April 21, 2016.
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Thousands protest against Nicaragua government, urge calm

MANAGUA, Nicaragua -- Tens of thousands of Nicaraguans marched Monday in the capital to protest government repression and call for peace after several days of violent demonstrations set off by a social security overhaul.
Human rights groups say clashes between police and protesters left nearly 30 dead since people took to the streets last week to oppose tax hikes and benefit cuts meant to shore up the ailing social security system.
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Spokesman: George H.W. Bush hospitalized

HOUSTON -- Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush has been hospitalized in Houston with an infection, just after attending the funeral of his wife, Barbara, a spokesman said Monday.
Jim McGrath said on Twitter that the 93-year-old Bush is "responding to treatments and appears to be recovering.
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Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson announces birth of third girl

NEW YORK -- The Rock has his third Rockette.
Dwayne Johnson took to Instagram on Monday to show off his chest full of tattoos and his new baby girl in a hospital skin-to-skin contact moment.
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Household debt-to-income ratio should winding down: central banker Wilkins

OTTAWA -- A top Bank of Canada official says she expects the country's high levels of household debt relative to disposable income to gradually start winding down.
Speaking before a parliamentary committee, senior deputy governor Carolyn Wilkins says the central bank is seeing a slowdown in credit growth for both mortgages and other forms of household debt at a time when labour income is moving higher.
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Competition Bureau approves Metro's purchase of Jean Coutu, with conditions

OTTAWA -- The Competition Bureau of Canada has approved Metro Inc.'s purchase of the Jean Coutu Group provided it sells 10 pharmacies in eight Quebec communities.
The federal agency says the communities would face reduced competition if the company doesn't divest the assets in Amos, Berthierville, Baie St-Paul, Carleton-sur-Mer, Coaticook, Disraeli, La Baie and La Sarre.
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No ordinary double date: Trumps, Macrons at Mount Vernon

WASHINGTON -- Tending to bonding before business, U.S. President Donald Trump and France's Emmanuel Macron started off the French president's visit Monday with an anything-but-ordinary double date with their wives at George Washington's house.
The presidents and their spouses hopped on a helicopter bound for Mount Vernon, Washington's historic riverside home, for a private dinner one night before the two leaders sit down for talks on a weighty agenda including security, trade and the Iran nuclear deal.
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Former pilot asks to be reinstated at Air Canada after alleged gender dispute

OTTAWA -- A former pilot is asking the Canadian Human Rights Commission to resurrect her "lifelong dream" to fly for a major airline -- an ambition she abandoned five years ago after she was allegedly discriminated against by an Air Canada colleague because she's a woman.
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Two Humboldt Broncos players out of critical condition after deadly crash

SASKATOON -- Two Humboldt Broncos players are no longer listed in critical condition in a Saskatoon hospital following a crash that killed 16 people.
The Saskatchewan Health Authority says the patients continue to receive treatment along with four others from the junior hockey team.
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Canadian National Railway Co. is cutting its 2018 financial outlook as it reports lower first-quarter income and revenue due to severe winter weather and lower network "resiliency."
The company says it now expects to post 2018 adjusted diluted earnings per share of $5.10 to $5.25, down from its previous target of $5.25 to $5.40.
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Peru orders arrest of 2 suspects in Canadian man's killing

LIMA, Peru - Peru's attorney general has ordered the arrest of two suspects in the killing of a Canadian man who travelled to the Amazon rain forest to study hallucinogenic medicine.
Authorities have said that a mob dragged Sebastian Woodroffe by the neck to his death shortly after people accused him of killing Olivia Arevalo, an octogenarian plant healer from the Shipibo-Konibo tribe of northeastern Peru.
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Strong ad sales boost Google parent Alphabet's earnings

Google parent Alphabet on Monday reported a jump in first-quarter net income on the back of strong digital ad sales and an accounting adjustment.
The Mountain View, California-based company's net income surged 73 per cent to $9.4 billion, or $13.33 per share.
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