This week at Supreme Court: Can clothing firm sell with a trademark resembling the F-word?
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This week at Supreme Court: Can clothing firm sell with a trademark resembling the F-word?

Los Angeles artist Erik Brunetti, the founder of the streetwear clothing company “FUCT,” poses for…

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Trump 'likes the idea' of sending migrants to sanctuary cities, spokeswoman says
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Trump 'likes the idea' of sending migrants to sanctuary cities, spokeswoman says

CLOSE President Donald Trump says he is strongly considering releasing immigrants taken into custody near…

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Death of rare turtle leaves 3 remaining in the world
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Death of rare turtle leaves 3 remaining in the world

The only known female member of one of the world’s rarest turtle species has died…

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‘Is red meat good or bad?’ Researchers say that’s the wrong question
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‘Is red meat good or bad?’ Researchers say that’s the wrong question

Swapping out red meat for plant-based sources of protein reduced heart disease risks in a…

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How to prepare the economy for the baby boom bust: Don Pittis
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How to prepare the economy for the baby boom bust: Don Pittis

Population aging has often been described as a “demographic time bomb” especially in places like…

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EU countries back start of trade negotiations with U.S.
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EU countries back start of trade negotiations with U.S.

European Union countries gave final clearance on Monday to start formal trade talks with the…

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Canada’s fighter jet tender competition (finally) takes off next month
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Canada’s fighter jet tender competition (finally) takes off next month

The politically charged competition to replace Canada’s aging fleet of fighter jets will rocket forward…

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What the SNC board may have known about the firm’s dealings in Libya — like the office safe with $10M cash
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What the SNC board may have known about the firm’s dealings in Libya — like the office safe with $10M cash

There’s no question that millions of dollars in bribes were paid to the Gadhafi regime…

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Ford government’s legal challenge against federal carbon tax in court today
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Ford government’s legal challenge against federal carbon tax in court today

Ontario’s legal battle against the federal Liberal government’s controversial carbon tax is expected to be heard…

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New Zealand nurse held captive by ISIS group in Syria for 6 years may be alive: report
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New Zealand nurse held captive by ISIS group in Syria for 6 years may be alive: report

The New York Times on Sunday became the first media organization to name Louisa Akavi.…

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