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  • WOMAN SUES BED MAKER
    A mother was left paralyzed after she was “catapulted” from her new bed when a sex romp went awry.
    Now, Claire Busby of Maidenhead, U.K., is suing the bed’s supplier, the Berkshire Bed Company, for $1.6 million saying it was “defective.”
    The 46-year-old Brit told the Daily Star she had shifted her position during the sex session and was tossed from the king-sized bed...

  • WOMAN SUES BED MAKER
    A mother was left paralyzed after she was “catapulted” from her new bed when a sex romp went awry.
    Now, Claire Busby of Maidenhead, U.K., is suing the bed’s supplier, the Berkshire Bed Company, for $1.6 million saying it was “defective.”
    The 46-year-old Brit told the Daily Star she had shifted her position during the sex session and was tossed from the king-sized bed...

  • NUMBERS GAMES
    The man who might be premier steps forward.
    The man says he’s undecided at this moment, neither a Yes nor a No on the Olympics.
    But what he says will give a bounce to the step of the No side and drive the
    Yes side to distraction.
    As if their fumble-fingered sales job didn’t have enough problems. Notice I didn’t use the words snow job....

  • Province clarifies transparency rules on Olympic bid, Jason Kenney doubtful of Games price tag, while Calgarians seek answers at open houses.
    The NDP government’s requirement that Calgary 2026 be subject to transparency rules will only apply if Calgary is awarded the Olympics, the province has clarified.
    With the announcement last week that the province is committing $700 million toward the cost of Calgary hosting the 2026 Winter Games, more details are emerging about the funding conditions....

  • NUMBERS GAMES
    The man who might be premier steps forward.
    The man says he’s undecided at this moment, neither a Yes nor a No on the Olympics.
    But what he says will give a bounce to the step of the No side and drive the
    Yes side to distraction.
    As if their fumble-fingered sales job didn’t have enough problems. Notice I didn’t use the words snow job....

  • DNA PROVES ‘POCAHONTAS PHONY’
    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump lashed out at Sen. Elizabeth Warren Tuesday over DNA test results she released that indicate she has some Native American heritage, saying she’s “getting slammed” over what he claimed is “a scam and a lie” despite Warren’s proof....

  • HORSING AROUND
    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump celebrated the dismissal of a defamation suit brought against him by adult-film actress Stormy Daniels, calling Daniels “horseface” Tuesday and vowing to retaliate against her and her attorney.
    Citing a Fox News headline...

  • Paul Bernardo asks for parole
    Paul Bernardo, whose name became synonymous with sadistic sexual perversion, is expected to plead today for his release by arguing he has done what he could to improve himself during his 25 years in prison, mostly in solitary confinement.
    Designated a dangerous...

  • Migrant warning
    President Trump warned Honduras on Tuesday that his administration will cut off all aid to the country unless it stops a large column of migrants making its way to the US border.
    “The United States has strongly informed the President of Honduras that if the large Caravan of people heading to the U.S...

  • Canadian with pot record freed from U.S. custody
    Former army captain was arrested on Aug. 1 over a decades-old drug conviction
    A former Canadian army captain has been released from custody in the United States where he spent months behind bars because of a decades-old marijuana conviction for which he had been pardoned in Canada....

  • THE UNEXPECTED CONSEQUENCES OF POT LEGALIZATION
    We’ve spent months hearing all the reasons cannabis should be legalized in Canada: More tax revenue, better regulation, new jobs, a way to undercut the Hells Angels, etc.
    But what about the stuff we may not see coming? The National Post did its homework on...

  • Evidence found in consulate
    ISTANBUL — Police who searched the Saudi Arabian Consulate in Istanbul found evidence that Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi was killed there, a highlevel Turkish official said Tuesday, as authorities prepared to search the consul’s residence nearby after the diplomat left the country....

  • HOROSCOPE
    Look for opportunities that will allow you to venture down new avenues. Let go of relationships, items and pastimes that are no longer to your benefit. Your numbers are 8, 14, 20, 23, 32, 36, 41.
    ARIES (March 21-April 19): Focus on what you can do to improve your relationship with your peers...

  • Frittata is fast, nutritious and handy to keep
    Easier to make than an omelette, like a quiche but without the crust — that’s the description for the easy lunch or supper dish called frittata.
    Made with eggs, it’s cheap, nutritious
    FAST FRITTATA
    6 eggs, beaten ¼ cup (60 mL) olive oil or vegetable oil 1 medium...

  • Koreas to disarm military zone
    SEOUL, Korea, Republic Of — The rival Koreas and the UN Command met Tuesday to discuss efforts to disarm a military zone the rivals control within their shared border under a peace agreement between the two countries.
    The talks at the Panmunjom border village...

  • DISSIDENT WAS ‘SLAUGHTERED IN 7 MINUTES’
    JAMAL Khashoggi was killed in Saudi Arabia’s Istanbul consulate in just seven minutes, a leaked audio recording of his death has allegedly revealed.
    The 59-year-old journalist was dragged from the consul general’s office and on to the table of his study next door, a Turkish source said...

  • Wildlife official quits after killing baboons
    A top Idaho wildlife official has resigned amid outrage over a photograph of him posing with a baboon family he killed in Africa.
    Idaho’s governor, CL “Butch” Otter, said in a statement that he asked for and accepted Blake Fischer’s resignation on Monday, three...

  • Three killed on M40 after car crashes while driving wrong way
    Three people were killed when a car towing a caravan crashed while being driven on the wrong side of the M40.
    Thames Valley police received reports of the Subaru Forester being driven south on the motorway’s northbound carriageway at 4pm on Monday.
    Minutes later the SUV crashed into junction 6 in Lewknor, Oxfordshire...

  • Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen dies at 65
    SAN FRANCISCO: Paul Allen (pic), who founded Microsoft with Bill Gates in the 1970s and later went on to become an investor, philanthropist and sports team owner, died after his latest battle with cancer at age 65.
    “My brother was a remarkable individual on every level...

  • A Saudi journalist may have died in an interrogation gone wrong
    WASHINGTON: Saudi Arabia is considering an admission that journalist Jamal Khashoggi died during an interrogation that went wrong, US media have reported.
    Khashoggi, a Saudi national and US resident who became increasingly critical of powerful Crown Prince...