Trump agrees to delay state of the union address

U.S. President Donald Trump says he is postponing his state of the union address until the partial government shutdown ends, yielding after a weeklong showdown with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.

Kadri hat trick sinks Capitals and sends Leafs on break on high note

Nazem Kadri recorded the fifth hat trick of his career and added an assist as the Toronto Maple Leafs defeated the Washington Capitals 6-3 on Wednesday night.

Habs hold off Coyotes to spoil Galchenyuk's return to Montreal

Defenceman Mike Reilly scored in the third period and Carey Price made 30 saves as the Montreal Canadiens beat the visiting Arizona Coyotes 2-1 on Wednesday night in Alex Galchenyuk's return to Montreal.

Game Wrap: Habs edge Coyotes for 5th win in 6 games

Montreal beats Arizona 2-1,Mike Reilly scores game winner.

Game Wrap: Nazem Kadri lights up Washington in Leafs victory

Nazem Kadri scored a hat-trick and added an assist in a big 6-3 win for the Leafs over Washington.

'I want to see justice': Plecas speaks out after release of bombshell report into B.C. Legislature expenses

Speaker of the House Darryl Plecas, who authored the 76-page bombshell report into the expenses of two suspended B.C. legislature officials, broke his silence for the first time on Wednesday.

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2 years after stabbing, Kvitova into Australian Open final

Petra Kvitova has beaten Danielle Collins 7-6 (2), 6-0 to return to a Grand Slam final for the first time since winning the Wimbledon title in 2014.

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Richmond addiction group offers warning over 'loot boxes' in video games

The Richmond Addiction Services Society is a warning gamers and parents to be careful about "loot boxes": power-ups found in many games that are purchased with real-world currency.

S8E04 - Vending Machines: Coin-Operated Marketing

This week, we explore the fascinating world of vending machines. Vending machines aren't just soft drink dispensers, they're marketing machines. They're portable, branded on all sides and are becoming smarter and smarter. The list of wacky items you can find in vending machines around the world may surprise you.

The All-star game

It's All-Star weekend on this week's episode of the Hockey Night In Canada podcast. The first official All-Star game was held in 1947 and became an annual tradition where the defending Stanley Cup Champions took on a group of All-Stars. Since then there have been various format changes and some memorable moments. Gordie Howe returning to Detroit in 1980 to a very long standing ovation. Wayne Gretzky scoring 4 goals in the 3rd period of the 1983 All-Star game and Owen Nolan calling his goal vs Dominik Hasek in the 1997 All-Star game. Former Hockey Night In Canada host Scott Russell who was part of 10 All-Star game joins us to discuss his favourite moments. Scott was the ice level reporter for many of those games. Ice Level reporter Sophia Jurksztowicz talks to San Jose Sharks president John Tortora about hosting their second All-Star game and what it means to their fan base.

James Harden tees off for 61 points against New York Knicks

James Harden's historic run continues as he dropped 61 point on the New York Knicks in a 114-10 win for the Rockets.

Island nation of Tonga sent 'back to the beginning of the internet'

The South Pacific nation of Tonga has been all but cut off from the internet this week after an undersea cable connecting the archipelago to the wider world was severed twice on Sunday, throwing communications across the tiny and isolated country into chaos.

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Which honey sample is more diluted?

Beekeeper Peter Awram demonstrates an easy way to tell which honey products are more diluted when you're at the store.

'We're getting taken advantage of': Oilers season ticket holders fed up as team flounders

Some season ticket holders are at the end of their ropes, tired of spending thousands of dollars to watch the Oilers struggle.

Niagara police officer with home-based massage business charged with sexual assault

A Niagara police officer who investigators say was running a massage business from home has been charged with five counts of sexual assault.

Joanna struggles to control the narrative of her case against a smear campaign

Back in Millwood, Billy and Gerrilynn wait for an answer in their civil suit when an unexpected visitor turns up with an offer. Watch now.

Alex Ovechkin ties Sergei Fedorov for most points in NHL by a Russian

Washington Capitals star Alex Ovechkin collected the 1,179th point of his career Wednesday, tying him with Sergei Fedorov for the most NHL points by a Russian-born player.

Oladipo injury casts pall over Pacers' win over Raptors

Victor Oladipo suffered a serious right knee injury that could alter the season for the Indiana Pacers, who beat the Toronto Raptors 110-106 on Wednesday night.

The National for January 23, 2019

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