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I wholeheartedly agree with the verdict and sentence handed down to members of the Shafia family, an Afghan family that moved to Canada in 2007 and killed three of the senior Shafias' daughters and another woman ("Afghan family guilty in honor killings," World, Tuesday).
President Obama recently decided to reject TransCanada Corp.'s proposal to build the Keystone XL oil pipeline. While it may have warmed the cockles of the hearts of his Hollywood buddies, environmentalists and various financial supporters, it could cause a devastating political and economic rift with the Canadian government.
Phil Mickelson filed a lawsuit against an Internet service provider in Canada to learn the identity of a person who has been posting "vexatious statements" that the four-time major champion says is a deliberate attack on his reputation.
I first met Tony Blankley in his office at The Washington Times in August 2006, when newspaper offices were in a flux over the trans-Atlantic aircraft plot - a terrorist scheme to blow up at least 10 airliners traveling from the United Kingdom to the United States and Canada.
When the best table-tennis player in North America is ranked 149th in the world, and that player is Canadian, it means that any American player with hopes of qualifying for this year's London Olympics really is just playing for the chance to get a first-hand view of the Olympic experience.
Two Japanese auto suppliers have agreed to pay more than half a billion dollars in criminal fines for a price-fixing conspiracy in the sale of parts to U.S. automakers, the Justice Department announced Monday.
On March 4, the people of Russia will be going to the polls to elect a president of the country. Extensive discussions are currently under way across society.
A new blockbuster exhibition takes a close-up look at Vincent van Gogh's groundbreaking shift during the personally tumultuous but artistically triumphant last four years of his life in France.
The news didn't sound good: Sidney Crosby and an "abnormality" in his vertebrae. For the Pittsburgh Penguins center and face of the NHL who has been grappling with a concussion, it seemed like yet another setback that could threaten his season or his career.