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Climate Change: Donald Trump Voters and Global Warming

Climate Change: Donald Trump Voters and Global Warming

US President Donald Trump mocked environmental issues throughout his campaign. Despite denying it during the debates when trying to appeal to a wider audience, Trump made it clear to his hardcore followers that they could count on him to roll back environmental protections. “The concept of global warming was created by and for the Chinese in order to make U.S. ... Read More »

Music gives you the same high as sex and drugs, says new research

Music gives you the same high as sex and drugs, says new research

Sex, drugs, and rock ’n roll: What do they all have in common? Each can affect the brain in a similar way. A new research has given fresh meaning to the phrase, “sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll.” Montreal’s McGill University released new findings that music can produce the same high listeners might experience after having sex or taking drugs. ... Read More »

2018 Ford Expedition revealed: Bigger, But Lighter (Video)

2018 Ford Expedition revealed: Bigger, But Lighter (Video)

Ford introduces the all-new Expedition – the smartest, most capable and most adaptable Expedition ever – with technology to keep every passenger connected, more power for drivers, and more expected towing capability than any other full-size SUV. The all-new Expedition makes its debut today with an assist from the Dallas Cowboys in Texas – America’s best-selling full-size SUV market. “When ... Read More »

The BMW X1 is a happy throwback (Video)

The BMW X1 is a happy throwback (Video)

The 2017 BMW X1 ranks 1 out of 5 Luxury Subcompact SUVs. The 2017 BMW X1 finishes near the top of our luxury subcompact rankings because of its good performance, upscale and spacious interior, and outstanding cargo space for the class. Is the BMW X1 a Good SUV? The BMW X1 enjoys spirited acceleration thanks to a turbocharged four-cylinder engine ... Read More »

1609 crocodile skins seized in Guangxi; China

1609 crocodile skins seized in Guangxi, China

Crocodile skins seized by coast guards are on show in Fangchenggang City, South China’s Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Feb. 7, 2017. 1,609 pieces of crocodile skins, each around 1.4 meters long, and 500 kilograms of what appears to be crocodile meat were seized. A suspect caught said he was hired by a buyer in the city to receive the goods ... Read More »

Alberta RCMP responding to emergency in Pincher Creek

Alberta RCMP responding to emergency in Pincher Creek

One man is in custody following a more than seven-hour stand off with police in Pincher Creek after he allegedly fired a rifle at two officers early Wednesday morning. The residents near the incident have been informed and their homes have been secured, according to RCMP. Police are asking the public to remain clear from the area for the time ... Read More »

Scientists discover ancient undersea landslide near Australia

Scientists discover ancient undersea landslide near Australia

James Cook University Scientists discover what they beleive to be the largest underwaterlandslide in the world. JCU’s Dr Robin Beaman said the remains of the slip, known as the Gloria Knolls Slide, were discovered 75 kilometres off the north Queensland coast near the town of Innisfail while the scientists were working from the Marine National Facility’s blue-water research ship Southern ... Read More »

Illegal fishing during closures among fall 2016 convictions in ‘Newfoundland and Labrador’

Illegal fishing during closures among fall 2016 convictions in Newfoundland and Labrador

Illegal recreational fishing and fishing during closures among fall 2016 convictions in Newfoundland and Labrador. Between October to December 2016, 31 individuals were convicted under the Fisheries Act following investigations by Fisheries and Oceans Canada fishery officers. Fines totaling more than $23,000 were issued. In the inland recreational salmon fishery, individual fines up to $1000.00 were issued for offences such ... Read More »

Richard Hatch: Actor Dies Aged 71 After Suffering Pancreatic Cancer

Richard Hatch: Actor Dies Aged 71 After Suffering Pancreatic Cancer

Battlestar Galactica star Richard Hatch has died at the age of 71 after suffering from pancreatic cancer. He got his break in television in 1970, when he joined the cast of “All My Children.” From there, he went on to appear in numerous classic TV shows of the decade, including “Hawaii Five-O,” “The Streets of San Francisco,” “Murder She Wrote,” ... Read More »