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Get Ready For A Face Scan If You’re Going To Disney Or Universal Studios

Get ready to have your face scanned if you’re flying into or out of Florida’s Orlando International Airport on an international flight. Other airports already use facial scanning for some departing international flights, but Orlando will be the first airport to require the scans for all passengers on all arriving and departing international flights.  The image from a facial scan … Read more

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Reports Say Apple’s AirPower Will Be Released In September

Apple’s AirPower charging mat may no longer be missing in action.   The iPhone maker is expected to finally release its wireless charging accessory in September, likely alongside its new iPhone models, Bloomberg reported, citing sources close to the situation.  Apple hasn’t discussed AirPower publicly since it was first announced last September.  The company has struggled to make the charging … Read more

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[Video] Baseball Fan Injured By Flying Hotdog At Phillies

It was a flying hotdog, not a foul ball that left a baseball fan with a black eye in Philadelphia.  Kathy McVay was at Monday night’s Phillies game when the team’s mascot, the Phillie Phanatic, rolled out his hot dog launcher.  McVay was sitting near home plate and, she says, all of a sudden a hot dog wrapped in duct … Read more

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Today Is Take Your Dog To Work Day!

Today is the day when employees bring their dogs to work. It happens annually on the Friday after Father’s Day. It is intended to be a celebration of the companionship … Read more

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The CRA Phone Scam Has Taken A Scary New Twist

This is really scary: Police are warning that the ‘Canada Revenue Agency Phone Scam’, that you have likely heard so much about in the news, is escalating to what could be considered kidnapping. Police say a Vancouver woman received two phoney calls this week — one from someone claiming to be from the CRA, telling her she owned thousands in … Read more

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Police Looking For This Man After Violent Assault At Vaughan Mills Mall

York Region Police need your help to find the man responsible for attacking another man at Vaughan Mills Mall. Police say on June 5th just after 10am, a man told police he was attacked by another man in the washroom, who then also took his wallet. The victim, a 28-year-old man from Richmond Hill, suffered serious injuries and needed medical … Read more

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[Video] OPP Looking For This Vehicle After Hit And Run In Mississauga

The OPP are searching for a driver suspected of hitting a cyclist on the Hurontario St on-ramp to the QEW in Mississauga. It happened Saturday June 16, 2018 around 2:30pm. The car was making a right turn from South Service Road onto the QEW on-ramp when it struck a female cyclist who was attempting to cross the ramp. Dash-cam video … Read more

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White House Incorrectly Spells “Seperation” In Headline Of Executive Order Ending Policy

The White House is being mocked on Twitter after a major typo was revealed in Donald Trump’s executive order ending family separation at the border.  Right at the top of the executive order was the headline: “Affording Congress an Opportunity to Address Family Seperation.”  The typo was also in the URL for the document, which was posted on … Read more

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Burger King Apologizes For Offering A Lifetime Supply Of Whoppers To Russian Women Who Get Pregnant By A World Cup Player

Burger King has apologized for offering a lifetime supply of Whoppers to Russian women who get pregnant by World Cup players.  The fast food chain promised a reward to women who get “the best football genes” and “ensure the success of the Russian team for generations to come.”  It offered women impregnated by players 3 million … Read more

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Marijuana Will Be Legal In Canada This October

Prime Minister Trudeau kicked off the MPs’ summer break from the Commons yesterday by announcing that Canadians will be able to legally grow, purchase and consume recreational marijuana starting October 17th. Trudeau says the government delayed the timetable at the request of a few provinces and territories, which asked for more time to prepare for all the transition entails. Once … Read more

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