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The third-party group No Labels will meet privately as it decides whether to launch a 2024 bid

The third-party group No Labels will meet privately as it decides whether to launch a 2024 bid

PHOENIX (AP) — The third-party presidential movement No Labels plans to meet next week to discuss its path forward as it decides whether to help launch an independent candidacy for the White House.
Alabama Sen. Katie Britt to deliver Republican State of the Union response

Alabama Sen. Katie Britt to deliver Republican State of the Union response

WASHINGTON (AP) — Freshman Alabama Sen. Katie Britt, the youngest female senator, will deliver the Republican response to President Joe Biden’s State of the Union speech next week. Britt, 42, is the first woman elected to the Senate from Alabama.
Ottawa adds funding to CBC, despite executives' claims it was asked to cut its budget

Ottawa adds funding to CBC, despite executives' claims it was asked to cut its budget

OTTAWA — Canada's public broadcaster is getting an increase in funding, despite executives insisting that a request to cut CBC/Radio-Canada's budget for the next fiscal year was one reason they announced layoffs for 10 per cent of staff.
Writer E. Jean Carroll's lawyers urge judge to reject Trump's request to postpone $83.3M jury award

Writer E. Jean Carroll's lawyers urge judge to reject Trump's request to postpone $83.3M jury award

NEW YORK (AP) — Lawyers for E. Jean Carroll urged a judge Thursday to reject former President Donald Trump’s efforts to avoid posting security to secure an $83.
2022 killing spree: Quebec coroner makes call for specialized mental-health tribunal

2022 killing spree: Quebec coroner makes call for specialized mental-health tribunal

MONTREAL — A Quebec coroner has issued a final report into the violent deaths of three people who were shot at random in the Montreal area by a mentally ill man in 2022, recommending the province look at creating a dedicated court to deal with mental
A California county ditched its vote counting machines. Now a supporter faces a recall election

A California county ditched its vote counting machines. Now a supporter faces a recall election

REDDING, Calif. (AP) — Voters in Northern California's rural Shasta County have twice voted for Donald Trump by wide margins while electing staunch conservatives to the local county board.
What is Super Tuesday? Why it matters and what to watch

What is Super Tuesday? Why it matters and what to watch

The biggest day of this year's primary campaign is approaching as 16 states vote in contests known as Super Tuesday .
Ottawa gives Bruce Power up to $50M to explore new nuclear plant

Ottawa gives Bruce Power up to $50M to explore new nuclear plant

OTTAWA — Nuclear operator Bruce Power is set to receive up to $50 million from the federal government to explore building a new nuclear plant on the site of its existing Ontario facility.
Bill 21: Five things about the province's contentious secularism law

Bill 21: Five things about the province's contentious secularism law

MONTREAL — Quebec's secularism law, known as Bill 21, has faced numerous court challenges since it was adopted nearly five years ago, with the Quebec Court of Appeal the latest to weigh in. Here's a look at the law.
Judge blocks Texas law that gives police broad powers to arrest migrants who illegally enter US

Judge blocks Texas law that gives police broad powers to arrest migrants who illegally enter US

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A federal judge on Thursday blocked a new Texas law that would give police broad powers to arrest migrants suspected of illegally entering the U.S.