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• Trump optimistic about healthcare bill's fate
The president says he thinks the Senate plan will "get over the line" and get the votes needed to pass.

• FBI find car linked to kidnapped Chinese student Yingying Zhang
The Astra that Yingying Zhang was seen entering on the day of her disappearance has been recovered.

• Canuck the crow's attacks halt Vancouver mail delivery
Canuck, who rose to infamy after crime-scene tampering, is now attacking postal workers.

• Sarah Palin sues New York Times for defamation
The lawsuit argues the newspaper editorial "maliciously" claimed Sarah Palin incited murder.

• Ten Commandments monument destroyed
The granite slab was struck by a car less than 24 hours after it was unveiled.

• Fast & Furious shows 'no love' to women
Michelle Rodriguez marks the digital release of The Fate Of The Furious with an Instagram post suggesting she wants to quit.

• Barack Obama and family enjoy Indonesia holiday
Former US president's visit receives saturation coverage in Indonesia, where he lived as a child.

• Trump to attend Bastille Day celebrations in France
Mr Trump will again meet Emmanuel Macron, who accused him of a "not innocent" handshake last month.

• Bernie Sanders slams 'pathetic' fraud claim against his wife
The Vermont senator says claims his wife lied in a loan application are politically motivated.

• Irish reporter's 'bizarre' Trump moment
Twitter debates when a compliment becomes creepy as President pauses Taoiseach phone call to speak to reporter.

• Laquan McDonald death: Officers 'lied about US teenager's shooting'
Prosecutors charge three officers with conspiracy to cover up the death of a black Chicago teen.

• US policeman in hot pursuit of own car
A police officer in Ohio had to chase his own patrol car after it began rolling away during a traffic stop.

• Fake news: Trump golf resorts display fake Time magazine cover
A fake Time magazine cover featuring Donald Trump has been hanging in five of his golf clubs.

• Indianapolis 500
Janet Guthrie speaks to Witness about her pioneering racing career

• 'Don't call me Pocahontas'
For Canada's 150th anniversary, we're sharing the stories of those who immigrated to the country. Aimee Beboso arrived with her family in Ontario when she was just 13.

• Ghost train
Photographer John Sanderson captures the quiet moments between passing trains.

• Blood brothers
A decades-old murder and how a Supreme Court decision means freedom for one man, and life in prison for the other

• Quitting while ahead
As Oscar winner Daniel Day-Lewis announces he is retiring, here are some other stars who quit being an actor.

• LGBT purge
During the Cold War, hundreds of gay men and lesbians in Canada lost government and military jobs because of their sexual orientation. They are about to get an apology.

• Dreaming of Trump
Trumps supporters keep energetically turning out to his rallies, even now that the election is over.


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