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In a war that claimed the lives of more than 400,000 American troops, the deaths of 12 soldiers in a construction accident building the Alaska Highway was hardly a footnote in World War II until the U.S. ambassador to Canada dedicated a memorial to those who drowned on remote Charlie Lake in British Columbia.
KOBE, Japan (AP) — European and developing countries urged the United States and Japan yesterday to commit to deep cuts in greenhouse-gas emissions by 2020 — a step they say is needed to defuse a coming ecological disaster caused by global warming.
The Canadian Mounties have been asked to investigate a criminal complaint against the Canadian Human Rights Commission (CHRC), popular Canadian blogger Ezra Levant reports.
Health-care costs soaring 4 times faster than wages are further weakening our economy, and these costs are expected to double by 2017. Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke has warned that a financial crisis looms due to these unsustainable economic factors.
The Washington Capitals could have nine defensemen who played for them last season at training camp in September, but that doesn't mean Karl Alzner won't have a chance to make the team.
VIRGINIA BEACH - Songbirds have got a friend in James Taylor.
VIRGINIA BEACH (AP) — Songbirds have got a friend in James Taylor.
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