• O'Leary takes Trump North pitch to Good Morning America
O'Leary takes Trump North pitch to Good Morning America

O'Leary was born in Montreal but is unilingual. Well, it just got interesting - finally! While he has repeatedly praised Mr Trump and his tactics in interviews, Mr O'Leary has avoided the anti-immigrant rhetoric used by the American real estate magnate during the campaign and has said he does not support many of his policies.

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  • AT&T CEO at Trump Tower to discuss Time Warner deal
AT&T CEO at Trump Tower to discuss Time Warner deal

The Bloomberg report said that Thursday's meeting was scheduled to be held at Trump Tower in NY. During his campaign for the White House, Trump said AT&T's proposal to buy the owner of CNN and the Warner Bros movie studio was an example of a "power structure" that was rigged against him and voters.

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  • Marijuana can help some patients, landmark report says
Marijuana can help some patients, landmark report says

A committee of the US National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine looked at more than 10 ,000 scientific abstracts to reach its almost 100 conclusions. The report covered research into the therapeutic effects of cannabis , links to marijuana use and cancer , mental health issues, respiratory disease, and other ailments.

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  • Peanut allergy in infants can be prevented naturally
Peanut allergy in infants can be prevented naturally

These new guidelines are very strict, with allergy tests being included to determine the safety of introducing peanuts into the diet. The new guidelines are an addendum to the 2010 Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Food Allergy in the United States.

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  • President Obama Releases Statement Farewell Address
President Obama Releases Statement Farewell Address

Obama says he will pass that favor on to incoming president Donald Trump on Inauguration Day, which is scheduled for Friday, January 20. "There should be no further releases from Gitmo", Trump wrote on Twitter , using the abbreviated name for the prison.

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  • Gas prices hit highest point of year
Gas prices hit highest point of year

Gasoline in Wisconsin is now 3-cents more expensive than the nationwide average of $2.28. The OKC metro's average was $1.76 a year ago. Prices have been marching steadily higher for the past several weeks, going up on 28 of the past 30 days.

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  • What To Expect From Rite Aid's Q3 Earnings
What To Expect From Rite Aid's Q3 Earnings

The chip maker announced $0.24 EPS in 1QFY16, while EPS guidance for the upcoming quarter pegs at $13-21 cents per share. The Company has 1071.31 million shares outstanding and 1042.73 million shares were floated in market. The mean price target for the equity is at $43.97 while the highest price target suggested by the brokerage firms is $52.00 ...

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  • With Stein's recount over, Pa. GOP wants an apology
With Stein's recount over, Pa. GOP wants an apology

A federal judge has denied a request by Green Party candidate Jill Stein for a statewide presidential recount in Pennsylvania , in a another major blow to her effort to review the results in three critical swing states. A federal court halted Michigan's recount after three days and another federal judge also did not allow for a recount in Penn...

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  • What a Day: An artificial tree for a real holiday
What a Day: An artificial tree for a real holiday

Even the tiniest Christmas tree is more expensive this year at B.C. garden centres, especiallly if they get their supply from US growers who are reporting a shortage. It's a tree we bring into our homes - either from the great outdoors or the great upstairs - and we decorate it with lights, ornaments, tinsel and the like.

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  • Zika birth defect may only become clear months after birth
Zika birth defect may only become clear months after birth

Zika, the mosquito-borne virus that can cause severe birth defects in the infants of infected mothers, is no longer a "global health emergency," the United Nation's World Health Organization (WHO) declared Friday. In addition to microcephaly, the Zika virus can also cause rare adult-onset neurological problems such as Guillain-Barre Syndrome. "...

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  • Petition to scrap new £5 note due to use of animal fat
Petition to scrap new £5 note due to use of animal fat

The Bank of England on Wednesday said its supplier is working on "potential solutions" to the issue of animal fat in its new £5 notes. "Information recently provided by our supplier, Innovia , and its supply chain shows that an extremely small amount of tallow is used in an early stage of the production process of polymer pellets, which are then...

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  • Heart of Asia: Jaitley stresses on strong Indo-Afghanistan ties
Heart of Asia: Jaitley stresses on strong Indo-Afghanistan ties

There is a need to have a "holistic and objective view of terrorism", he said, dismissing allegations that "Pakistan is promoting and sheltering terrorism". "We believe the two sides need to work together for extension of and improvements in the Afghanistan Pakistan Transit Trade Agreement (APTTA)", he said.

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  • President Obama: 'Michelle will never run for office'
President Obama: 'Michelle will never run for office'

Two other PACs - Ready for Michelle 2020 and Friends of Michelle 2020 - are also open for business. He added, "She is as talented a person as I know". White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said the GOP deserves no credit for nixing anti-LGBT language in defense legislation. Raised on the South Side of Chicago, Illinois, Obama is a graduate...

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  • Isaiah Austin cleared to play 2 years after Marfan diagnosis
Isaiah Austin cleared to play 2 years after Marfan diagnosis

The NBA chose to have Commissioner Adam Silver "draft" Austin during the first round of the 2014 NBA Draft anyway and it made for a great TV moment, but it was hard not to feel bad for Austin after he came so close to the NBA only to be denied due to a health issue.

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  • Drug epidemic stalls HIV decline in whites who shoot up
Drug epidemic stalls HIV decline in whites who shoot up

One-third of all drug users have shared needles in the past year. Anti-retroviral medication has turned the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) from a death sentence into a chronic illness for many. IN governor and Vice President-elect Mike Pence notably opposed needle exchanges until previous year, when an IN town of 4,200 saw 135 new HIV/AIDS ca...

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  • Thanksgiving on Broadway was festive but not all data good
Thanksgiving on Broadway was festive but not all data good

Pence attended the show on November 18. Thanksgiving week earned the Broadway box office a record $35 million, with the biggest sales coming from hit musical Hamilton . A source on Hamilton tells Heat Street that while the controversy did the show no harm in NY, it's a different story in the rest of the country: " Hamilton plans to to...

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  • Selena Gomez returns to Instagram after brief hiatus
Selena Gomez returns to Instagram after brief hiatus

Clad in a red dress, Selena Gomez pointed to her heart while saying , "I don't want to see your bodies on Instagram ". "I think it's safe to say that most of you know a lot about my life, whether I like it or not". It was first the time the singer has made a public appearance in months. Taylor Swift is very dismayed on how things are go...

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  • Your dog has a much better memory than you think it does
Your dog has a much better memory than you think it does

For decades, we humans have believed that our dogs reacted to the intonation of the words we spoke to them, rather than thinking dogs understood the words coming out of our mouths. "We can not exclude that dogs remember these memories for longer delays than those we tested", Fugazza tells me. The study used a technique known as " Do As ...

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  • McDonald's Is Testing a Sriracha Big Mac
McDonald's Is Testing a Sriracha Big Mac

Customers will also be able to order a sriracha dipping sauce for fries and McNuggets. The Sriracha Big Mac will be tested at 126 locations in central OH from now through the end of the year, and if the test goes well, McDonald's could start offering it nationwide, the company said.

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  • Legalization movement faces biggest test yet in 9 states
Legalization movement faces biggest test yet in 9 states

That's according to a map produced by MPP, which claims responsibility for "most of the major state-level marijuana policy reforms enacted in the past decade", including Massachusetts' 2012 medical ballot question. That could spark similar efforts in other states and put pressure on federal authorities to ease longstanding rules that classify...

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  • Dems, GOP battle for control of US Senate
Dems, GOP battle for control of US Senate

State GOP leaders are pointing to their party's voter registration numbers in key district races as a sign of possible success Tuesday to flip the Senate. Control of the Senate was up for grabs Tuesday as Republicans' hopes of protecting their narrow majority in an unpredictable election rested on a handful of states that were toss-ups until the ...

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  • Ryan, Falcons beat Bucs 43-28 to retain control in NFC South
Ryan, Falcons beat Bucs 43-28 to retain control in NFC South

After starting 6-0 previous year and faltering, the Falcons find themselves with a fairly comfortable lead in the NFC South right now at 6-3, but they need to continue to play like they did against the Buccaneers. Matt Ryan and the Falcons changed the narrative of their seasons in the past and beat the Bucs the way that playoff teams should beat t...

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  • Mourinho gets one-match touchline ban, fine
Mourinho gets one-match touchline ban, fine

Jose Mourinho has admitted that a shortage of numbers has affected his Manchester United squad selection for the visit to Fenerbahce in the Europa League on Thursday night, but he insists that the competition remains a key target due to its free pass to the Champions League.

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  • Ontario grocery stores begin selling wine today
Ontario grocery stores begin selling wine today

Wine connoisseurs in northern Ontario will have several locations to chose from when it comes to buying a bottle at the grocery store. Beer was introduced to some grocery stores last December. Stores with winning bids for licences to sell wine were Loblaws, Metro, Sobeys, Longo's, Walmart, Fresh Market, Highland Farms, Farm Boy, Starsky's Fine Fo...

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  • Top 9 Halloween Costumes for Dogs, Plus Today's Best Deals
Top 9 Halloween Costumes for Dogs, Plus Today's Best Deals

Yvonne Bellay, animal welfare program manager at DATCP. Erika Christakis later quit her teaching post but retained her title as Silliman's associate master.While we don't object to students exercising their free-speech rights to persuade their classmates that certain costumes are offensive and should be avoided, we draw the line at administrative i...

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