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Federal employees banned from using TikTok on government devices: Senate

The US Senate on Thursday unanimously approved a bill banning federal employees from using the social media app TikTok on …

Vigil held at Vancouver Art Gallery to remember those killed in Beirut explosion – BC

Dozens of people attended a vigil at the Vancouver Art Gallery Wednesday night to remember those killed in the …

Feds heading to Memphis, St. Louis to help fight violent crime

Federal agents will be sent into Memphis and St. Louis to help fight violent crime in the cities, the Justice …

Ohio governor tests positive for coronavirus ahead of meeting with Trump – National

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine, an early advocate among Republicans of wearing masks and other pandemic precautions, …

Trump threatens executive order on COVID-19 stimulus bill

President Trump said Thursday he plans to sign sweeping executive orders “tomorrow afternoon” if Democrats won’t agree to a new …

Canadians may see onion shortage due to expanded recall: expert – National

A food scientist says Canadians may have to seek out new sources of flavour as U.S.-grown onions are pulled …

Trump jokes big pharma called him ‘socialist’ for slashing prices

President Trump on Thursday vowed to end America’s reliance on China for crucial medical supplies and joked that big pharma …

Beirut explosion: Here’s how you can help the victims – National

A massive portion of Lebanon’s capital of Beirut was obliterated on Tuesday when a pair of explosions tore through …

Commission rejects Trump request for 4th presidential debate

The Commission on Presidential Debates on Thursday rejected President Trump’s request that it schedule a fourth presidential debate. Trump attorney …

U.S. to reimpose tariff on some Canadian aluminum products, Trump says – National

The United States intends to reimpose a tariff on some Canadian aluminum products, Donald Trump announced on Thursday. A …