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Updated Missouri police say 7 fatally shot, gunman dead
Eight people were found dead overnight in an apparent mass murder and suicide in rural southern Missouri, the Missouri State Highway Patrol said on Friday.
CBC Investigation Instalment loans the new high-interest danger for consumers video
The second fastest growing type of debt in Canada is a high-interest, subprime, unsecured, short-term loan called an instalment loan. Marketed to people with bad debts and poor credit, instalment loans carry interest rates as high as 59 per cent. But the true cost can be much higher.
Analysis Why Barack Obama won't say 'Islamic extremists' video
In recent weeks, the White House has gone out of its way to avoid using words like "jihadist" or "Islamic extremists" when describing international atrocities. Barack Obama is trying to excise religion from the fight against terror, Neil Macdonald reports, but not everyone is buying into the game plan.
#TheDress colour question divides an internet
The hashtag #thedress took over the internet on Thursday night after a Tumblr user unwittingly started the craze by asking whether the above dress was white and gold, or blue and black.
ISIS recruits: Radicalized young women motivated by ideology, sense of adventure
Young women who become radicalized and make the trip to ISIS-controlled lands are motivated by the same reasons as male recruits, including a sense of adventure and a desire to right perceived wrongs in the Muslim world, according to experts.

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