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Media narrative of US election: Bad news for Trump, GOP

Media narrative of US election: Bad news for Trump, GOP

NEW YORK (AP) — Americans awoke Wednesday to Election Day outcomes that remained nearly as murky as the night before: “House, Senate control still hangs in the balance,” a CNN caption blared.
Highway swept away in 2021 floods reopens between Merritt and Spences Bridge, B.C.

Highway swept away in 2021 floods reopens between Merritt and Spences Bridge, B.C.

VICTORIA — A highway that washed out in more than two dozen places has reopened to the public a year after a series of atmospheric rivers stalled over southern British Columbia.
GOP earns supermajorities in Florida House, Senate

GOP earns supermajorities in Florida House, Senate

TALLAHASSEE, Fla.
Whitmer, Democrats get sweeping wins in divided Michigan

Whitmer, Democrats get sweeping wins in divided Michigan

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan Gov.
Sen. Sasse wins final vote to be next U of Florida president

Sen. Sasse wins final vote to be next U of Florida president

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) — Nebraska U.S. Sen. Ben Sasse won final approval Wednesday to become the 13th president of the University of Florida, capping a swift and sometimes contentious process.
Abortion rights drove American expats to vote in midterms, say Democrats in Canada

Abortion rights drove American expats to vote in midterms, say Democrats in Canada

OTTAWA — A representative for Democrats Abroad says concern over the right to abortion was a motivating factor for those living outside the United States to vote in the country's midterm elections Tuesday.
Snag delays Arizona ballots; officials say all to be counted

Snag delays Arizona ballots; officials say all to be counted

PHOENIX (AP) — Election officials assured voters that every ballot would be counted after a printing malfunction at about one-quarter of the polling places across Arizona's most populous county slowed down voting.
After big win, Noem looks to cut tax, safeguard abortion ban

After big win, Noem looks to cut tax, safeguard abortion ban

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem took the stage late Tuesday after a hearty reelection win in her deep red state, speaking behind a sign that captured her ambition for staying in the national spotlight: “America's governor.
Five reasons Windsor had success ending 'Freedom Convoy' blockade, but Ottawa didn't

Five reasons Windsor had success ending 'Freedom Convoy' blockade, but Ottawa didn't

OTTAWA — By the time protesters blockaded the Ambassador Bridge in Windsor, Ont., last winter, a separate protest was already fully entrenched in the downtown streets of Ottawa.
Quebec defends decision to cut inflation cheques and ask Ottawa for more health funds

Quebec defends decision to cut inflation cheques and ask Ottawa for more health funds

Quebec's decision to give most residents a second cash payment to help them deal with inflation isn't a reason for Ottawa to deny the province additional health-care funding, Finance Minister Eric Girard argued Wednesday.
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