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1 year to Brexit: So much to do, so little time

1 year to Brexit: So much to do, so little time

LONDON — Britain's exit from the European Union has been likened to putting toothpaste back in the tube. But it's more like trying to separate the fluoride from the paste: complicated and messy.
Wedding insurance can cover unforseen problems, but not a runaway bride

Wedding insurance can cover unforseen problems, but not a runaway bride

TORONTO — With just four weeks until she was set to walk down the aisle, Ashleigh Post learned the celebration she and her fiance had planned at an Ontario waterfront restaurant had to be moved elsewhere after the venue's lease was suddenly terminate
The Brexit economic ledger with 1 year to go

The Brexit economic ledger with 1 year to go

LONDON — Britain is a year away from leaving the European Union, potentially with no post-Brexit agreement with its biggest trading partner.
New service aims to follow users across multiple devices

New service aims to follow users across multiple devices

NEW YORK — Some 60 companies including such leading brands as Subway, Sprint and the NFL are joining forces to help each other follow you around online.
California regulators target web ads for illegal pot shops

California regulators target web ads for illegal pot shops

LOS ANGELES — Weedmaps is a go-to website for people looking to find a marijuana shop.

India sends notice to Facebook over alleged data breach

NEW DELHI — India's government has sent a notice to Facebook asking whether the personal data of Indian voters and users has been compromised by U.K.-based Cambridge Analytica or any other downstream entity.
Kansas to audit water park where boy decapitated

Kansas to audit water park where boy decapitated

TOPEKA, Kan.

United Way in Saskatoon making cuts to programs, staff due to drop in donations

SASKATOON — The United Way in Saskatoon is cutting staff and reducing funding to some programs to tackle a $1-million shortfall.

Woman sues after rental home was used to shoot pornography

MARTHA'S VINEYARD, Mass. — A Massachusetts woman has filed a federal lawsuit accusing her tenant of using her Martha's Vineyard home to shoot pornographic videos without telling her.
White House claims win in Korea trade deal, faces skepticism

White House claims win in Korea trade deal, faces skepticism

WASHINGTON — The White House on Wednesday hailed a revamped trade agreement with South Korea as a vindication of President Donald Trump's hard-nosed approach to international trade.