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Trump suggests auto imports affect national security

The Trump administration is exploring whether auto imports threaten national security.
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Morgan Freeman faces harassment accusations from 8 women

Their accounts detail a history of Freeman making inappropriate comments about women's bodies or subjecting them to unwanted touching.
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Ontario election campaign full of drama | At Issue

Rosemary Barton hosts Andrew Coyne, Chantal Hébert and Eric Grenier to talk about Doug Ford’s membership scandal, Andrea Horwath's costing plan and Kathleen Wynne's efforts to stay in office.
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Scooter-share programs — convenience or nuisance?

For those in favour, the potential to ease congestion could revolutionize urban transport. But with scooters left cluttering sidewalks, opponents say the program isn't worth the nuisance it creates.
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Doug Ford accused of selling 'bogus' party memberships

It's another controversy for Ford to deal with, but the first he's directly implicated in. His rivals claim Ford may have violated election rules.
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Trump cancels summit with Kim Jong-un

U.S. President Donald Trump blames Pyongyang's 'tremendous' hostility and anger in recent weeks for his decision and says the U.S. is prepared to use force if necessary.
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Russian missile shot down Flight MH-17, according to investigators

Dutch National Police confirm the missile came from a Russian military unit in Kursk and was driven across the border and launched from Ukraine.
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Inside military effort to rescue people trapped by Manitoba forest fire

The Red Cross says more than 1,500 people have been evacuated from four remote communities, including the Indigenous community of Little Grand Rapids.
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Mysterious brain injuries at embassies may be linked to common ultrasonic devices

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: brain injuries suffered by embassy workers in China and Cuba may have been caused by everyday ultrasonic devices; Ireland votes on whether to repeal abortion ban
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Who paid for them? Concern over spike in Facebook ads ahead of Ireland abortion vote

A divisive vote on abortion has emerged as a test case for democracies grappling with the dark side of political advertising on social media, writes Nahlah Ayed.

'Most of them are scared': Hundreds airlifted from 2 Manitoba First Nations as wildfire grows

More than 600 people from Little Grand Rapids and 45 from nearby Pauingassi First Nation were evacuated from the fly-in communities Wednesday, with hundreds more expected to leave Thursday as a massive fire continues to burn near the eastern Manitoba communities.

What if scientists are wrong about theory of Alzheimer's disease?

After a series of high-profile drug failures, researchers are being forced to question their primary hypothesis of Alzheimer's disease.
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Scientists concerned Alzheimer's research will fail

It follows a series of failed drug trials and experts fear they may be back to Square 1 when it comes to treating the disease.
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Black market for pot growing despite legalization in Colorado

CBC News travelled to the state to get a look at the drug war happening there, and the lessons Canada could learn as it moves toward legalizing marijuana.
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The National for May 23, 2018

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Mystery illness hits U.S. diplomat in China

A mystery illness has stricken a U.S. diplomat in China, describing similar symptoms diplomats in Cuba suffered.
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NFL to fine teams whose players kneel for anthem

Players must either stay in their locker room during the anthem or stand while it's played, otherwise their team will be fined.
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Trudeau insists pipeline will be built

B.C. and Alberta show no signs of changing their positions on the project, but the federal government continues to say the pipeline is in the national interest.
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Forest fire traps remote Manitoba community

A raging forest fire has trapped hundreds of people in the remote Manitoba community of Little Grand Rapids.
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Canada blocks Chinese takeover of construction company

Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains's office says the order was made to protect national security.
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Ebola outbreak on a 'knife edge,' WHO unsure it can stop spread to urban areas

A closer look at the day's most notable stories with The National's Jonathon Gatehouse: WHO worries whether Congo's Ebola outbreak can be contained; why Democrats would be wise not to run an anti-Trump campaign in the mid-terms; Russia's 2018 World Cup soccer team cleared of doping allegations
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Gaza images stir emotions but fail to capture complexity of Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Israelis and Palestinians have long fought a battle for the hearts and minds of the international community. What happened last week in Gaza is a continuation of the propaganda war, writes Derek Stoffel.

Democrats who go too hard at Trump risk 'tribalizing' the U.S. midterms

Democrats are fired up about the U.S. midterms, but strategists warn against making Trump a ballot issue, writes Keith Boag.
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3 First World War soldiers identified as Canadians

All three soldiers were from Manitoba and enlisted in Winnipeg — their remains were discovered over the course of a year in the same area near the village of of Vendin-le-Vieil, France.
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Millennials are changing the franchise business model

The new generation is using the old model as an alternative to precarious employment and even traditional or conventional jobs, but giving it a fresh new take.
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The National for May 22, 2018

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