Meet the newest international stars in women’s tennis

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Meet the newest international stars in women’s tennis

Peng Shuai Age: 30 Height: 1.99 meters (6 foot 1 inch) Paris city rank: No. 5 Height comparison with Clijsters: “I’m taller than Kim, but I think I’m faster.” Style: Grunge – her favorite…

The Beavers Have Escaped | Céline La Maisonneuve

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The Beavers Have Escaped | Céline La Maisonneuve

It isn’t a bit unusual these days for Metrolinx to get people outraged about the way it operates. Having managed to raise quite a few hackles earlier this year when the transit agency proposed…

Scotiabank recruits candidates with flexible schedules

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Scotiabank recruits candidates with flexible schedules

Written by Tania Aronov, CNN Mexico City, Mexico UPDATED 5:41 p.m. EDT, APRIL 23 New vacancies at Canada’s Scotiabank have as many as 50 applicants per position, and those applying say job interviews are…

Our top political stories this week

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Our top political stories this week

Mayor Muriel Bowser’s political foes have shrunk dramatically since November, after he won re-election by almost a million votes. But now that they have found a new leader, he’s more confident than ever in…

Have you read ... Sadiq Hawza’s Hard Times?

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Have you read … Sadiq Hawza’s Hard Times?

Hard Times, a novel written from the perspective of a drug addict (with a few characters from the war torn region) is the latest novel of Sadiq Hawza’s from Hard Times Press, in conjunction…

Lawrence O’Donnell Focuses on the Family Ties of Jacques Cousteau

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Lawrence O’Donnell Focuses on the Family Ties of Jacques Cousteau

Listen to “Becoming Cousteau” this week for a preview of new episodes of “Distant Horizon” and “The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell.” In “Becoming Cousteau,” Annalise Cousteau, granddaughter of explorer Jacques Cousteau, gets interviews…

Daniel Ortega’s wife accuses opposition of fraud after Nicaraguan election

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Daniel Ortega’s wife accuses opposition of fraud after Nicaraguan election

MANAGUA, Nicaragua — Nicaraguan businessman Rosario Murillo again accused the opposition of fraud, after independent observers publicly criticized the Dec. 17 presidential election as “the latest example of [Nicaragua’s] sad historical record of abusing…