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Toronto man accused of posing as cop online to ask for money | Toronto Star

York police have arrested a Scarborough man they allege posed as an officer online to ask for money. Police starting looking into the case on Nov. 18 after receiving a report that a man was posing as a York Regional Police officer on the internet and asking those he befriended o...

Toronto police reviewing officer conduct after missing woman found dead | Toronto Star

The Toronto police professional standards unit will be examining how it handled the disappearance of Tess Richey, the force said Monday. The 22-year-old woman, whose body was found last week in the Church and Wellesley neighbourhood and has since been deemed a homicide, had been ...

Flake on Moore defenders: 'This cannot be who we are'

Sen. Jeff Flake Jeffrey (Jeff) Lane FlakeWebb: Trump, year one Senators propose closing 'domestic violence loophole' after Texas shooting McSally tells GOP colleagues she'll run for Arizona Senate MORE (R-Ariz.) is pushing back against defenders of Roy Moore, the Alabama Senate c...

Roy Moore Gets Backup in Senate Bid From Alabama Republicans

Alabama Republicans are rushing to the defense of Senate candidate Roy Moore in the aftermath of an explosive report he pursued multiple teenagers when he was in his 30s. While national Republican Party leaders have been more explicit in condemning Moore’s alleged actions, GOP...

Sean Spicer says he regrets berating reporters over Trump’s inauguration crowd size claim, which was a lie | Toronto Star

Sean Spicer has faced backlash for his self-deprecating appearance at the Emmys Sunday.  (Chris House Press Secretary Sean Spicer defends Donald Trump's claims about the crowd at his inaugurat...

Barcelona cathedral evacuated amid anti-terror investigation | Toronto Star

People surround the Sagrada Familia basilica in Barcelona on August 20, 2017. Police in Barcelona said Sept. 12, 2017 that explosives experts are checking a van in the surroundings of the landmar...

Father of 5 dies of injuries after double shooting at Burlington chiropractic clinic | Toronto Star

Dr. Ferdinand "Fred" Mejilla, 50, died in hospital after he was shot at his chiropractic clinic in Burlington, Ont. on Thursday. He leaves behind five children.  (Halton Regional Police Service...

Quebec has its ‘demons,’ but is an open and loving society: Premier Philippe Couillard | Toronto Star

Quebec Premier Philippe Couillard: 'Xenophobia, racism and exclusion are present here,' he told a news conference in Quebec City on Tuesday. 'We have to acknowledge that and work together.'   (...

The White House just cited the Quebec mosque attack to justify Trump’s policies | Toronto Star

WASHINGTON—U.S. President Donald Trump’s administration is citing the Sunday attack on Muslims in Quebec City as an example of why his own policies are needed.“We condemn this attack in the...

One simple question stumped the Libertarian candidate for president: ‘And what is Aleppo?’ | Toronto Star

Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson, seen here in a May 27, 2016, file photo, is polling in third place in the U.S. presidential election.  (John Raoux / AP)  By Philip BumpThe Washington Post...

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