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  • WOODLAND WINS FIRST MAJOR
    Delray Beach’s Gary Woodland poses with the trophy after winning the U.S. Open Championship golf tournament Sunday in Pebble Beach, California. Woodland held off Cardinal Newman High graduate and Florida State University alumnus Brooks Koepka, who was trying to win his third straight U.S...

  • OFF THE BENCH
    PARIS — Carli Lloyd wasn't thrilled to open the Women's World Cup on the bench for the United States. She accepted the role, but made no secret she wanted to start.
    When the call came Sunday, Lloyd made it count with a pair of goals to lead the defending champions to a 3- 0 victory over Chile. The win pushed the United States into the round of 16....

  • HOUSING LIMBO
    Cathy and Brian Fichter’s entire lives are currently stuffed into one bedroom in a house and acreage they bought with their daughter and her husband, a nightmare that began when tighter regulations on ALR land came into effect earlier this year.
    The modular...

  • Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu unveiled a plaque marking a spot in Golan Heights where the community of “Trump Heights” will sit.
    jerusalem — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took his first steps Sunday to express his gratitude to President Trump, unveiling, at a specially convened cabinet meeting, a plaque marking the spot where Israel’s newest town — Trump Heights — will sit. Eventually....

  • As insulin costs soar, diabetics drive to Canada
    As their minivan rolled north, they felt their nerves kick in — but they kept on driving.
    At the wheel: Lija Greenseid, a rule-abiding Minnesota mom steering her Mazda5 on a crossborder drug run.
    Her daughter, who is 13, has Type 1 diabetes and needs insulin...

  • HELP ON THE WAY
    Clint Frazier takes cuts in 10-3 victory over White Sox Sunday, then, in surprise move, gets sent back to minors as Yankees make room for Edwin Encarnacion, Giancarlo Stanton and, in a few days, Aaron Judge. Edwin Encarnación is already making things interesting for the Yankees...

  • Ion will reshape the region
    On Friday, Kitchener and Waterloo will join a growing list of more than 45 cities across North America that have light rail or streetcars. It is an important step in the growth of Waterloo Region that is setting us apart from other communities across Ontario...

  • CANADA’S NEW GOLF CHAMP
    Move over Sandra, Mike and George, youth has been served.
    Brooke Henderson, the 21-yearold golf phenom from Smiths Falls, Ont., clinched her ninth career victory at the Meijer LPGA Classic in Grand Rapids, Mich., taking over the top rung among all-time Canadian golf champions on the top men’s and women’s tours....

  • MISTAKES WERE MADE
    PARIS » The chief executive of Boeing said the company made a “mistake” in handling a problematic cockpit warning system in its 737 Max jets before two crashes killed 346 people, and he promised transparency as the aircraft maker works to get the grounded plane back in flight....

  • Violence at Pride event angers mayor
    Mayor Fred Eisenberger wants to meet with police and organizers of Hamilton’s Pride celebration to find ways to prevent Saturday’s outbreak of anti-LGBTQ hatred from being repeated in the city.
    “I am disappointed with the events that transpired at (Saturday’s) Hamilton’s Pride celebration at Gage Park,” Eisenberger tweeted....

  • Bruce Arthur
    Raptors ready for a party. But after that, all eyes will be on Kawhi, They were all so happy, even while describing the mixed emotions that came with a championship. Marc Gasol described the other part of his emotions as being almost mad, but that wasn’t quite it...

  • Protestors flood Hong Kong streets
    HONG KONG — Hong Kong citizens marched for hours Sunday in a massive protest that drew a late-in-theday apology from the city’s top leader for her handling of legislation that has stoked fears of expanding control from Beijing in this former British colony....

  • Hong Kong leader says sorry amid rally repeat
    Carrie Lam, Hong Kong’s leader, was forced into a rare apology Sunday after hundreds of thousands of protesters dressed in black poured on to the streets demanding she scrap a controversial extradition law and resign.
    The protesters, many of them carrying white...

  • NDP PLEDGES TO EXPAND HEALTH CARE
    Signalling a determination not to be outflanked on the left yet again, the federal NDP has unveiled its platform months ahead of the fall election, with commitments to dramatically expand health care and to impose a tax on the very wealthy, with a plan to run deficits for the foreseeable future....

  • Germany’s curse: Depopulation in the east fuels populist forces.
    Elections are coming up later this year in three eastern German states — most of the former German Democratic Republic. In all three, the combined popularity of the far left and the far right is greater than that of the current governing coalition. In Brandenburg, the state that surrounds Berlin, the far- right Alternative for Germany is the most popular party....

  • Protesters in Hong Kong’s streets demand leader step aside
    Beijing-appointed politician apologizes, says work on the extradition bill with China has been halted. Nathan VanderKlippe reports from Hong Kong As protest movements have swept Hong Kong in recent years, simple icons have come to define the complexity of immense crowds and their sometimes complicated demands...

  • MARK SIMPSON ON FAMILY, FAITH AND LIFE AS A NEWSMAN
    Q You’ll be married to Catherine Gamble (50), a former teacher, 25 years this year. Love at first sight? A We met at Queen’s; every time we pass the university my wife says to the children: “That’s where mummy and daddy fell in love.” When Grace, our eldest,...

  • CHICKEN BORIS
    BORIS Johnson last night chickened out of a TV debate with his rivals.
    His refusal to appear drew condemnation from those also fighting to become the next Tory Prime Minister.
    Jeremy Hunt called the frontrunner’s no-show a “fundamentally flawed... submarine approach”....

  • Roscommon raiders leave Galway reeling
    Here was a Roscommon day that seemed to come straight out of the dream-factory of their totemic goalkeeper Shane “Cake” Curran.
    This Connacht final was madcap, it was spirited and ultimately, it finished in another famous Roscommon raid. A June afternoon began in a Salthill monsoon and ended with a pitch invasion by ecstatic Primrose supporters....

  • Pompeo to rally leaders over tanker attacks
    WASHINGTON: Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is reaching out to wary foreign leaders to frame alleged Iranian attacks in a Middle East oil shipping route as a problem for the world at large, especially for Asian countries vitally dependent on that oil.
    Pompeo, in a series of television interviews Sunday, emphasized the U.S...