Police seize more than $65M worth of drugs, arrest 20 people following months-long investigation into criminal organization

A months-long investigation into an organized group that was allegedly involved in a host of criminal enterprises has led to the arrest of 20 people and the seizure of tens of millions of dollars worth of drugs, police say. The investigation, dubbed “Project Gateway,” began in...

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GOP Senate hopeful tries to execute a rarely seen flip-flop-flip

An unfortunate number of Republican Senate candidates have dramatically changed direction recently on their party’s Big Lie. In Arizona, for example, Blake Masters was perfectly comfortable during his primary candidacy promoting discredited nonsense about Donald Trump’s 2020 defeat, but once the general election phase began, the...

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The West is showing caution in arming Ukraine. That’s a good thing.

The U.S. and Germany are resisting pressure to send certain kinds of weaponry to Ukraine that they believe could prompt Russia to overreact, making the already dire situation in Ukraine worse. That’s rankling some countries and activists who favor arming Ukraine with bigger and bigger weapons....

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Victim in East Gwillimbury hit-and-run had been reported missing after leaving residence for a walk, police say

Police are appealing for information after a 70-year-old man was found deceased on a roadway in East Gwillimbury on Wednesday following an apparent hit-and run. Police say that the victim left his residence near Davis Drive and Kennedy Road for a walk at around 9 p.m....

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NATO says Baltic Sea gas leaks were likely due to sabotage, warns against attacks

COPENHAGEN —  NATO warned Thursday that it would retaliate against attacks on the critical infrastructure of any of its 30 member countries as it suggested that damage to two gas pipelines in international waters in the Baltic Sea was the result of sabotage. “Any deliberate attack against...

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