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Springsteen's popular artifacts to feature in Grammy museum

Springsteen's popular artifacts to feature in Grammy museum

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Bruce Springsteen’s most memorable artifacts including his favorite Fender guitar and stage outfits will be on display in a traveling interactive exhibit.
Prosecutors: Tapes capture R. Kelly threatening his victims

Prosecutors: Tapes capture R. Kelly threatening his victims

NEW YORK (AP) — Prosecutors want a New York City jury at the R. Kelly sex-trafficking trial to hear profane video and audio recordings they say demonstrate how he threatened his victims with violence.
Survey: 69 per cent of respondents reported mental distress during COVID pregnancies

Survey: 69 per cent of respondents reported mental distress during COVID pregnancies

Data from a 2020 survey suggests nearly 70 per cent of people who were pregnant during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic reported moderate to high levels of mental distress, with one in five experiencing symptoms of depression.
Slaughter of dolphins on Faeroes sparks debate on traditions

Slaughter of dolphins on Faeroes sparks debate on traditions

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — The slaughter of 1,428 white-sided dolphins over the weekend, part of a four-century-old traditional drive of sea mammals into shallow water where they are killed for their meat and blubber, has reignited a debate on the sm
Teamsters to hold unionization vote at Amazon warehouse in Alberta

Teamsters to hold unionization vote at Amazon warehouse in Alberta

CALGARY — A group of warehouse workers in central Alberta could become the first Amazon employees in Canada to hold a unionization vote, and the union behind the campaign says they won't be the last.
Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales fell 1.5 per cent in July

Statistics Canada says manufacturing sales fell 1.5 per cent in July

OTTAWA — Manufacturing sales fell 1.5 per cent in July to $59.6 billion following a 3.6 per cent increase in June, Statistics Canada said Tuesday.
Rio favela kids get free movie after pandemic hardships

Rio favela kids get free movie after pandemic hardships

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — As the sun went down on the Vila Cruzeiro favela on Monday, bathing this working class neighborhood in Rio de Janeiro with warm evening light, kids lined up to catch a free movie screening.
ACTRA Toronto renames awards to formally recognize non-conforming artists

ACTRA Toronto renames awards to formally recognize non-conforming artists

TORONTO — ACTRA Toronto says it's renaming some of its awards to be more inclusive of gender non-conforming performers.
Nolan sets next film with Universal, spurning Warner Bros.

Nolan sets next film with Universal, spurning Warner Bros.

NEW YORK (AP) — After a public fallout over release strategy with Warner Bros., Christopher Nolan's next film, about J. Robert Oppenheimer and the development of the atom bomb, will be released by Universal Pictures.
WHO, partners aim to get Africa 30% of needed doses by Feb

WHO, partners aim to get Africa 30% of needed doses by Feb

GENEVA (AP) — The World Health Organization and its partners said they hope to provide Africa with about 30% of the COVID-19 vaccines the continent needs by February, badly missing the 60% vaccination coverage goal that African leaders had once hoped