Canadians Can Now Legally Buy Recreational Marijuana
TIME, 17 October at 08:20
(TORONTO) — Ian Power was among the first to buy legal recreational marijuana in Canada but he has no plans to smoke it. He plans to frame it. Canada became the largest country with a legal national marijuana marketplace as sales began early ...
MLB playoffs: Astros employee may have tried to steal signs from opposing dugout with in-game video, per reports
CBSSports.com, 17 October at 08:02
HOUSTON -- Major League Baseball is looking into whether the Houston Astros have had an employee use a small camera and/or cell phone to record the opposing dugout during the ALDS and ALCS, according to multiple reports. Metro Boston first reported ...
Down 2-1, Astros might suddenly have more questions than answers
ESPN, 17 October at 07:48
HOUSTON -- The Houston Astros have made plenty of statements this season. But suddenly, they're full of questions. Editor's Picks. Brasier, Eovaldi rise to moment for Red Sox in Game 3. Ryan Brasier won a key battle with Alex Bregman and Nathan Eovaldi ...
Ryan Brasier, Nathan Eovaldi get biggest outs for Red Sox
ESPN, 17 October at 07:16
HOUSTON -- Forget the final score. Jackie Bradley Jr.'s grand slam in the eighth inning Tuesday put an exclamation point on Game 3 of the American League Championship Series and the Boston Red Sox's 8-2 win over the Houston Astros. But the most ...
Chief Justice Roberts Tells Audience Supreme Court Will Work For 'One Nation'
NPR, 17 October at 07:02
Chief Justice John Roberts, in his first remarks about the contentious appointment of new Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, sought to convince a law school audience that the court "does not serve one party or one interest, we serve one
Sources: Red Sox were warned by Indians about Astros attempting to steal signs and information
Yahoo Sports, 17 October at 06:31
HOUSTON – The Boston Red Sox were warned that a man credentialed by the Houston Astros might try to steal signs or information from their dugout after the Cleveland Indians caught him taking pictures of their dugout with a cellphone camera during Game ...
It wasn't just you: YouTube went down worldwide, causing massive confusion
USA TODAY, 17 October at 06:17
It's not just you. YouTube went down worldwide. The mega-popular video site went offline Tuesday night for users around the world. Visitors to the YouTube homepage were greeted by a half-loading page that showed the subscribed channels, but no videos.
Suspects in disappearance of Khashoggi linked to Saudi security services
Washington Post, 17 October at 05:44
Three days before Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman arrived in the United States earlier this year for a nationwide tour, another Saudi traveler who identifies online as a member of the Saudi Royal Guard also arrived in Washington, passport
Canada becomes second country to legalise recreational marijuana
BBC News, 17 October at 05:40
Canada has become the second country after Uruguay to legalise possession and use of recreational cannabis. The nationwide market for cannabis opened Wednesday at midnight amid lingering questions about the impact on health, the law and public ...
Sources: Astros might be fined for shooting video to monitor Red Sox
ESPN, 17 October at 05:38
Major League Baseball said it is looking into an incident during Houston's 7-2 win in Game 1 of the American League Championship Series in which an Astros employee appeared to be seen shooting video from the photographer's pit adjacent to the Red ...
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