Monday, October 19, 2015

Surprise Win Projected for Justin Trudeau in Canada

Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Canada election: networks call victory for Liberals and Trudeau

A Look ... CBC Predicts a Liberal Gov


Lib Growing to Lead


Joyce Carol Oates


Canadians Head to Polls With Trudeau Poised to Oust Harper - Bloomberg Business

China's New Economy Won't Pack the Same Punch for Global Growth

Canada election: Harper, Mulcair and Trudeau in tight race -

Complete L Sweep


The Lost History of Gay Adult Adoption

What the Republican House Rebels Want

Canadian dollar at 76 cents, crude falls - Business - CBC News

The Dog Was Born 15,000 Years Ago, Probably in Asia

Judge Declares a Mistrial in Case Against Three Ex-Dewey Leaders

Many Radiation Sensors in U.S. Cities Don’t Work

China GDP Prompts Skepticism From Economists

Dow Will Not Be Denied


The New Health Care To Reduce the Cost of Drugs, Look to Europe

Economic View Police Killings of Blacks: Here Is What the Data Say

How Chicago police 'disappeared' 7,000 people

Canada heads to the polls in closest election in country's history

BBC - Culture - The surprising secrets of busting art forgeries

Untangling the Conflicts in the Syrian War

October 19, 2003: Pope John Paul II Beatifies Mother Teresa

The new air strikes on Syria will compel even more angry young men to join the jihad

Lorenzo Mattotti’s “On the Way”

It’s Science: Raising the Minimum Wage Would Make America a Happier Place

Trotsky, Blair and the new politics

7 things to watch for on election night

Peter Mansbridge: Today is your story

Impredicative

http://www.cbc.ca/news/politics

China’s Economic Growth Falls Below 7%

Canadians to vote in tight election

Canada election: Harper, Mulcair and Trudeau in tight race

Justin Trudeau waves to supporters at campaign rally in Winnipeg, Manitoba, on Saturday, Oct. 17, 2015Tom Mulcair and his wife Catherine at campaign event in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, October 18, 2015

China still trying to hack U.S. firms despite Xi’s vow, analysts say

At old racetrack site, dense development is suburbia’s best bet