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Human remains delivered to 2 Canada schools

Luka Rocco Magnotta

Packages containing a human foot and hand were discovered at two schools in Vancouver on Tuesday, in what could be the latest gruesome twist in the case of a Canadian porn actor suspected of dismembering and eating his former lover....


Magnitude 6.7 quake strikes off of Vancouver

A magnitude 6.7 earthquake has struck off the coast of British Colombia, the U.S. Geographical Survey says.


Riots Break Out in Vancouver Following Loss

Parked cars were set on fire, others were tipped over and people threw beer bottles at giant television screens following the Canucks’ loss to the Bruins.

Senh: These guys give sports fans a bad name.


Police: Woman admits acid attack self-inflicted

Police: Woman admits acid attack self-inflicted

A woman who claimed she was the victim of an acid attack has admitted her injuries were self-inflicted, Vancouver, Wash., police said Thursday afternoon.

Senh: Another hoax. So far, there's no reason why she did it.


Fighter Jets Escort Plane to Vancouver

Canadian fighter jets escorted a Cathay Pacific airliner coming from Hong Kong to a safe landing at the Vancouver airport because of a potential security threat, an official said.


Matt Lauer Cheating? Annette Roque, 'Today' Host Reportedly Split After Olympics Affairs

Larry King isn't the only TV personality with marital issues. "Today" show host Matt Lauer has reportedly moved out of his house after his wife accused him of cheating while covering the Winter Olympics in Vancouver.


'Night Train' gives US 1st 4-man gold since 1948

Steve Holcomb never flinched. Not when tasked with ending a 62-year drought for the United States in sliding's marquee race. Not when trying to navigate the world's most treacherous track. And not when Germany's Andre Lange valiantly tried to hang on to his Olympic title. Holcomb handled it all Saturday, driving USA-1 to the gold medal in four-man bobsledding, the first American pilot to...


Apolo Anton Ohno disqualified in men's 500-meter final

Short-track speedskater Apolo Anton Ohno didn't add another medal to his collection Friday night, when he was disqualified for pushing in the final of the men's 500 meters at the Vancouver Winter Olympics.


Kim Yu-Na Wins Gold With Record Figure Skating Score

Kim Yu-Na Wins Gold With Record Figure Skating Score

Kim Yu-na put one hand to her mouth and let the tears flow. All that pressure, so many expectations. The "Queen" took it all on and delivered royally.


Canada Women Win Hockey Gold, Beat Team USA

Canada's game. Canada's ice. Canada's gold. Again. Marie-Philip Poulin scored two goals, Shannon Szabados made 28 saves, and Canada rolled through its American rivals, 2-0, to win the gold medal in women's hockey for the third straight Olympics Thursday night in front of a raucous Vancouver crowd ringing cowbells and frantically waving thousands of maple leaf flags.


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