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B.C.-based navy ships head into tension in the Indo-Pacific

B.C.-based navy ships head into tension in the Indo-Pacific

Trio of ships, 300 personnel to take part in largest joint maritime exercise in the world
Trump joins TikTok and calls it ‘an honor,’ despite once pushing for its ban

Trump joins TikTok and calls it ‘an honor,’ despite once pushing for its ban

Trump tried to ban the app while president but had the move blocked by the courts
Live Nation reveals data breach at its Ticketmaster subsidiary

Live Nation reveals data breach at its Ticketmaster subsidiary

Reaction to Trump verdict widespread, varied and immediate

Reaction to Trump verdict widespread, varied and immediate

Media quick to try to try to find context for verdict and the polarizing figure behind it
Guilty: Trump becomes first former U.S. president convicted of felony crimes

Guilty: Trump becomes first former U.S. president convicted of felony crimes

Ex-president charged with falsifying records in an alleged scheme to hide embarrassing stories
Judge excuses jurors, ending first day of deliberations in Trump’s criminal trial

Judge excuses jurors, ending first day of deliberations in Trump’s criminal trial

Deliberations in huh money case will resume Thursday morning
Trump jury set to start deliberations in hush money trial

Trump jury set to start deliberations in hush money trial

Prosecutor says former president tried to hoodwink voters, defence says he’s innocent
Researchers want Hollywood to reflect climate change more often

Researchers want Hollywood to reflect climate change more often

A majority of films in the climate change era do not frequently acknowledge its existence
Palestinians struggle for food, shelter as Israel attacks Rafah

Palestinians struggle for food, shelter as Israel attacks Rafah

Tent camps stretch for kilometres in latest round of war-driven displacement
Closing arguments underway in Trump hush money trial

Closing arguments underway in Trump hush money trial

Trump faces 34 counts of falsifying business records, punishable by up to 4 years in prison