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Man to plead guilty in 'killing spree' of eagles and other birds for feathers prized by tribes

Man to plead guilty in 'killing spree' of eagles and other birds for feathers prized by tribes

A Washington state man accused of helping kill more than 3,000 birds — including eagles on a Montana Indian reservation — then illegally selling their carcasses and feathers intends to plead guilty to illegal wildlife trafficking and other criminal c
Cineplex has made almost $40 million from online booking fees in competition case

Cineplex has made almost $40 million from online booking fees in competition case

TORONTO — Cineplex Inc. has made almost $40 million from online booking fees at the heart of deceptive marketing claims the country's competition commissioner has made against the cinema chain.
Dior celebrates the 1960s and the origins of ready-to-wear at Paris Fashion Week

Dior celebrates the 1960s and the origins of ready-to-wear at Paris Fashion Week

PARIS (AP) — Sculptural figures resembling cane warriors, clad in billowing dresses that evoked skeletal forms, stood sentinel on Dior’s runway Tuesday, presenting a visual metaphor for the protection of vanishing cultures.
New York Philharmonic's outgoing director Jaap van Zweden will lead a French radio orchestra

New York Philharmonic's outgoing director Jaap van Zweden will lead a French radio orchestra

Outgoing New York Philharmonic music director Jaap van Zweden will assume the same role with Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France starting with the 2026-27 season.
Proposed Quebec language rules will lead to fewer products, higher prices: lawyer

Proposed Quebec language rules will lead to fewer products, higher prices: lawyer

MONTREAL — Proposed Quebec regulations that would require more French markings on consumer products will lead to fewer choices and higher costs for things such as home appliances, according to an industry group and a Montreal lawyer.

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Nonfiction 1. Atomic Habits by James Clear, narrated by the author (Penguin Audio) 2. Mostly What God Does by Savannah Guthrie, narrated by the author (Thomas Nelson) 3.
Movie Review: Writer-director Julio Torres proves a storyteller to cheer with awesome 'Problemista'

Movie Review: Writer-director Julio Torres proves a storyteller to cheer with awesome 'Problemista'

The hero of “Problemista” sees the world differently. He's an aspiring toy designer named Alejandro who thinks today's toys are too fun. He proposes a toy truck with a deflating tire to teach kids they’re running out of time.
Break-and-enter results in 14 sets of deer antlers stolen from B.C. property

Break-and-enter results in 14 sets of deer antlers stolen from B.C. property

FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — Police in Fort St. John, B.C., are on the lookout after a number of hunting trophies were stolen, including 14 sets of deer antlers. Mounties say the break-in was reported at an abandoned property on Feb.
King Harald V of Norway has been hospitalized with an infection while on vacation in Malaysia

King Harald V of Norway has been hospitalized with an infection while on vacation in Malaysia

STOCKHOLM (AP) — King Harald V of Norway has been hospitalized with an infection while on vacation in Malaysia, the Norwegian royal house said in a statement Tuesday.
Leap day couples on how they'll celebrate first anniversary, four years after wedding

Leap day couples on how they'll celebrate first anniversary, four years after wedding

TORONTO — Josh McConnell has had the same conversation so often it's starting to feel like he's reading off a script. He and his wife are gearing up to celebrate their first anniversary, the Toronto-based writer will tell a co-worker or acquaintance.
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