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Trudeau to attend G7 summit in Italy, Ukraine peace summit in Switzerland

Trudeau to attend G7 summit in Italy, Ukraine peace summit in Switzerland

OTTAWA — Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is set to attend the G7 leaders' summit next month in Italy, followed by the Ukraine peace summit in Switzerland.
Jury in Trump's hush money case will begin deliberations after hearing instructions from the judge

Jury in Trump's hush money case will begin deliberations after hearing instructions from the judge

NEW YORK (AP) — Jurors in Donald Trump's hush money trial are expected to begin deliberations Wednesday after receiving instructions from the judge on the law and the factors they may consider as they strive to reach a verdict in the first criminal c
How my photos of a pick-up football game made a mark on Canadian political history

How my photos of a pick-up football game made a mark on Canadian political history

"Hey, Doug — did you take that shot of Stanfield on the front of the Globe and Mail this morning?" We were boarding the Progressive Conservative campaign bus outside the Hotel Vancouver early on May 31 during the 1974 federal election.

New Hampshire's limits on teaching on race and gender are unconstitutional, judge says

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A federal judge has struck down New Hampshire’s nearly 3-year-old law limiting what teachers can say about race, gender, sexual orientation, disability and other topics in public schools as unconstitutionally vague.
Blair announces billions in training, equipment deals at military trade show

Blair announces billions in training, equipment deals at military trade show

OTTAWA — Defence Minister Bill Blair announced an $11-billion deal to train Air Force pilots at a defence trade show in Ottawa this morning. The federal government has also signed a $2.5-billion deal to buy logistics vehicles for the army.

Vermont's Republican governor allows ghost gun bill to become law without his signature

Vermont Gov. Phil Scott, a Republican, has allowed a bill to become law that requires serial numbers on firearms that are privately made with individual parts, kits or 3D printers.
Biden, Harris to launch Black voter outreach effort amid signs of diminished support

Biden, Harris to launch Black voter outreach effort amid signs of diminished support

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are stepping up their reelection pitch to Black voters, a key part of their 2020 winning coalition that has shown signs of fraying.
US Rep. Tony Gonzales of Texas fights off challenge from gun-rights activist in GOP runoff

US Rep. Tony Gonzales of Texas fights off challenge from gun-rights activist in GOP runoff

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Republican Rep. Tony Gonzales of Texas narrowly won his primary Tuesday against a gun-rights activist who pushed the border congressman into a bruising runoff that threatened to unseat a U.S. House incumbent.
Rallies and debates used to define campaigns. Now they're about juries and trials

Rallies and debates used to define campaigns. Now they're about juries and trials

NEW YORK (AP) — Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump has been sitting for hours a day in a Manhattan courtroom, where his hush-money trial is nearing its end .
Former Trump lawyer Jenna Ellis barred from practicing in Colorado for three years

Former Trump lawyer Jenna Ellis barred from practicing in Colorado for three years

DENVER (AP) — Colorado legal officials on Tuesday approved an agreement with Jenna Ellis, a onetime attorney for former President Donald Trump, barring her from practicing law in the state for three years after she pleaded guilty to helping Trump try
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