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Douglas Garland rushed to hospital after jailhouse beating: sources

Convicted triple murderer Douglas Garland was rushed to hospital in Calgary Friday night after being beaten by fellow inmates at the Calgary Remand Centre, sources confirm to Global News.

Fake news: Not just for conservatives any more

Until recently, fake news was directed almost entirely at conservatives. Since Trump's inauguration, however, fake news has started to be more bipartisan.

‘It’s frankly astonishing’: Donald Trump hasn’t hurt stock markets

"It’s not just President Trump but that Republicans swept all three layers of government.”

With open arms, Mounties help refugees who walked across the Canadian border

"Illegal entry is illegal entry and will remain illegal entry."

Digital searches at the US border: what you need to know

Watchdog groups that keep tabs on digital privacy rights are concerned that U.S. Customs and Border Patrol agents are searching the phones and other digital devices of international travelers at border checkpoints in U.S. airports.

What you need to know about the anti-Islamophobia motion making waves in Ottawa

Why is this particular motion so controversial? And what does it actually propose? Here's a primer.

Bryce Harper says he knows ‘exactly’ what went wrong last year, won’t say what it is

After his MVP season in 2015, Harper’s offensive numbers took a dip in 2016. Why? He says he knows, but isn’t sharing.

Trea Turner happy to let his production be the star

Turner laughed when asked if he was being recognized in public life after finishing second last season in National League Rookie of the Year voting. He’s pleased to be unnoticed when out and about, but his play could soon change his recognition level.

Max Scherzer may not be ready for Opening Day

The National League Cy Young Award winner from last season said he didn’t want to comment on a possible timeline for a return after an offseason MRI revealed a stress fracture in his right ring finger.

Jered Weaver signs with Padres after 11 years with Angels

Right-hander Jered Weaver has agreed to a $3 million, one-year deal with the San Diego Padres after 11 seasons with the Los Angeles Angels.

Venezuela, Ilitch, Tigers’ future all on Cabrera’s mind

When Miguel Cabrera takes the field for Venezuela in next month’s World Baseball Classic, he’ll be trying to bring some much-needed joy to his native country.

Mike Trout stays humble and hungry in new season with Angels

Although Mike Trout is a fairly well-known baseball player at this point, he still made his way around the Los Angeles Angels’ clubhouse on Saturday morning to introduce himself to several new teammates.

Buchholz ‘energized’ by trade as he joins Phillies rotation

After spending the last 11½ years in the Boston Red Sox organization, right-handed pitcher Clay Buchholz is adjusting to a new big league environment for the first time in his career following his trade to the Philadelphia Phillies two months ago.

Cubs star Kris Bryant unfazed by constant fanfare, attention

Jason Heyward is amazed at how Kris Bryant handles the attention that comes with being the NL Rookie of the Year two years ago and the commanding MVP choice and World Series champion just a year later.

Correa must wait to get going after wisdom teeth removal

It’s easy to see that Carlos Correa doesn’t feel well from across the Houston Astros clubhouse.

Mookie Betts still relaxed coming off near-MVP season

Mookie Betts isn’t about to get caught up in the hype coming off his near-MVP season.

Harper won’t elaborate on ‘exactly why’ 2016 was down year

Bryce Harper says he knows “exactly why” he went from NL MVP honors in 2015 to a decidedly less-successful 2016.

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