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Source: Global News

ANALYSIS: Trudeau channels his inner Reagan to send a message to Trump

Monday 20:02 GMT

Trudeau would have to channel his inner Reagan to convince Trump-Republicans and modern Democrats that NAFTA is not the forbidden five-letter word.

‘Trade is not a hockey game’: Trudeau talks up NAFTA benefits in U.S.. Reagan was a Hollywood actor who starred in the 1940 football flick Knute Rockne All-American. In the biopic, Reagan played Notre Dame University player George Gipp who, on his deathbed, told his coach when the team is facing adversity to “win just one for the Gipper.”

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Source: BBC

Inside the world of extreme 'terror pranking'

Tuesday 01:32 GMT

Fake bombs, staged murders, stunts that resemble acid attacks - as competition for eyeballs on YouTube gets fiercer every day, popular vloggers are resorting to extreme pranks to get clicks.

Although it appears to be on the rise - and is getting more attention from news outlets - extreme pranking is not an entirely new phenomenon. For some time, vloggers have been faking bomb attacks and murders, tricking and frightening friends and members of the public in an attempt to up their view counts.

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Source: Washington Post

Radio host fired for comments about Chloe Kim made on Barstool Sports channel

Friday 00:37 GMT

Patrick Connor, who co-hosts a sports-talk show on Sirius XM’s Barstool Radio channel, apologized Wednesday for calling 17-year-old Olympic snowboarding gold medalist Chloe Kim a “little hot piece of a–” during Tuesday’s show.

Golfer Bill Haas injured in fatal car crash near site of this week’s PGA Tour event. Colin Kaepernick’s lawyers seek depositions from Roger Goodell’s wife and the former Papa John’s CEO. A former Cowboys player is found safe after being reported missing over the weekend. Johnny Manziel says he’s taking medication for bipolar disorder as he eyes NFL comeback. Mason Foster on Su’a Cravens’s potential Redskins reunion: ‘I’m all for him to come back’


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