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Georgia DA urges Supreme Court to allow Graham testimony

Georgia DA urges Supreme Court to allow Graham testimony

The Georgia prosecutor investigating possible illegal election interference in the 2020 election said Thursday that the Supreme Court should not stand in the way of U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham's testimony to a grand jury.
Federal dental care benefit gets go-ahead from House of Commons

Federal dental care benefit gets go-ahead from House of Commons

OTTAWA — The Liberals dental-care benefit bill passed third reading Thursday in the House of Commons despite opposition from the Conservatives and Bloc Québécois. The bill passed 172 to 138, with Conservatives and the Bloc voting against it.
Man who dragged officer into 1/6 mob gets more than 7 years

Man who dragged officer into 1/6 mob gets more than 7 years

A Tennessee man who dragged a police officer into a mob of rioters, initiating one of the most harrowing acts of violence during the U.S. Capitol attack , was sentenced on Thursday to more than seven years in prison.
GOP's Cheney endorses Michigan Democrat Slotkin in a first

GOP's Cheney endorses Michigan Democrat Slotkin in a first

Republican Rep. Liz Cheney on Thursday endorsed and plans to campaign for Rep.
'Abhorrent': Bronco families worry Saskatchewan plans to loosen driving requirements

'Abhorrent': Bronco families worry Saskatchewan plans to loosen driving requirements

Families of those killed or injured in the Humboldt Broncos bus crash are raising concerns that Saskatchewan's rules for truck driving licences could be loosened as the industry deals with a shortage of drivers.
Sanders aims to boost vulnerable Democrats in US tour

Sanders aims to boost vulnerable Democrats in US tour

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders kicked off a multi-state tour in Oregon on Thursday by talking about abortion , but honed in on a topic some Democratic candidates have largely avoided on the campaign trail: The economy .
Biden zeroes in on economic message as campaign winds down

Biden zeroes in on economic message as campaign winds down

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (AP) — President Joe Biden zeroed in Thursday on economic issues as he fine-tuned his closing argument in upstate New York for voters trying to cope with raging inflation and fears of a recession heading into the Nov. 8 election .
Lucki was ready to go to Trudeau over Ottawa police handling of "Freedom Convoy"

Lucki was ready to go to Trudeau over Ottawa police handling of "Freedom Convoy"

OTTAWA — Brenda Lucki not only lost confidence in the leadership of former Ottawa police chief Peter Sloly over the "Freedom Convoy" protests, the RCMP commissioner was so concerned she was prepared to go directly to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, a
Auditor general says $500M in overpayments to civil servants needs to be collected

Auditor general says $500M in overpayments to civil servants needs to be collected

OTTAWA — Up to a quarter of federal government employees are still experiencing problems with their pay because of the troubled Phoenix pay system, and the government might be running out of time to collect on overpayments.
New B.C. premier Eby to be sworn in Nov. 18, with Liberals and Greens decrying delay

New B.C. premier Eby to be sworn in Nov. 18, with Liberals and Greens decrying delay

VICTORIA — David Eby will be sworn in as British Columbia's new premier on Nov. 18, with Lt.-Gov. Janet Austin conducting the swearing-in ceremony at Government House in Victoria. Eby, 46, will become B.C.
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