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FACT FOCUS: Biden's pause as he left a star-studded LA fundraiser becomes a target for opponents

FACT FOCUS: Biden's pause as he left a star-studded LA fundraiser becomes a target for opponents

Video from a star-studded fundraiser in Los Angeles for President Joe Biden on Saturday is circulating on social media with claims that he froze up onstage as he exited the event.
B.C. environmental regulator orders LNG company to deploy 'floatel' near Squamish

B.C. environmental regulator orders LNG company to deploy 'floatel' near Squamish

A British Columbia government agency has ordered a liquefied natural gas company to deploy a cruise ship that's been renovated to house workers near Squamish, B.C. A statement from Woodfibre LNG says it has received a compliance order from the B.C.
Canadians paying more for airfares as summer ticket prices jump

Canadians paying more for airfares as summer ticket prices jump

"The seat capacity has either stayed the same or reduced. So when you have the excess (demand) and the lack of seats, you're always going to see the prices increase."
That cool Tony Awards moment when Jay-Z joined Alicia Keys? Turns out it wasn't live

That cool Tony Awards moment when Jay-Z joined Alicia Keys? Turns out it wasn't live

NEW YORK (AP) — Jay-Z's electrifying reunion with Alicia Keys on what appeared to be a live duet of “Empire State of Mind” at the Tony Awards was actually pre-taped, a show official who wasn't authorized to speak publicly told The Associated Press.
Tonys moments: Hillary Clinton and (sort of) Jay-Z in the house, strides for women and a late upset

Tonys moments: Hillary Clinton and (sort of) Jay-Z in the house, strides for women and a late upset

NEW YORK (AP) — “People, stop texting me!” pleaded Kecia Lewis, with comic exasperation.
The Washington Post's leaders are taking heat for journalism in Britain that wouldn't fly in the US

The Washington Post's leaders are taking heat for journalism in Britain that wouldn't fly in the US

NEW YORK (AP) — New leaders of The Washington Post are being haunted by their pasts, with ethical questions raised about their actions as journalists in London that illustrate very different press traditions in the United States and England.
New Jersey power broker is charged with racketeering in waterfront redevelopment case

New Jersey power broker is charged with racketeering in waterfront redevelopment case

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — New Jersey Democratic power broker George E.
Vermont Legislature passes law allowing for the creation of a drug overdose prevention center

Vermont Legislature passes law allowing for the creation of a drug overdose prevention center

The Democratic-controlled Vermont Legislature passed a law Monday that allows for the creation of a pilot overdose prevention center in the state's biggest city, Burlington, overriding a veto by the state's Republican governor, Phil Scott.
Fire at Nanaimo, B.C., supportive housing displaced more than 50 people

Fire at Nanaimo, B.C., supportive housing displaced more than 50 people

NANAIMO — More than 50 people from a supportive-housing complex in Nanaimo, B.C., have been displaced after a fire in a mattress that was started by a cigarette.
S&P/TSX composite down slightly to start week; U.S. markets rise

S&P/TSX composite down slightly to start week; U.S. markets rise

Canada's main stock index dipped on Monday while U.S. markets rose, keeping American stocks near record highs. The S&P/TSX composite index slipped 51.22 points to 21,587.88. In New York, the Dow Jones industrial average was up 188.
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