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CBC hockey commentator Ron MacLean has apologized for his comment about French-Canadian referees during Tuesday night’s Montreal Canadiens-Tampa Bay Lightning playoff game, and won't be reprimanded.
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The Koch brothers: Who are they and why do Democrats hate them?
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is leading the charge by Democrats against America's richest brothers, Charles and David Koch, accusing them of trying to "buy democracy" through their generous funding of political campaigns. Reid calls them "oil baron bullies" and he's on a mission to discredit them.
Updated Rail safety improvements announced by Lisa Raitt in wake of Lac-Mégantic video
The federal government wants a three-year phase-out or retrofit of older tank cars that are used to transport crude oil by rail, but will not implement a key TSB recommendation that rail companies conduct route planning when transporting dangerous goods.

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