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  • Searches, sorrow in wake of Ida's destructive, deadly floods

    ELIZABETH, N.J. (AP) — Police went door to door in search of more possible victims and drew up lists of the missing as the death toll rose to 49 on Friday in the catastrophic flooding set off across the Northeast by the remnants of Hurricane Ida.
  • Wildfire forces thousands from popular Lake Tahoe resort

    SOUTH LAKE TAHOE, Calif. (AP) — Thousands of people rushed to leave South Lake Tahoe as the entire resort city came under evacuation orders and wildfire raced toward Lake Tahoe, a large freshwater lake straddling California and Nevada.
  • Indonesia jet carrying 62 goes missing on domestic flight

    JAKARTA, Indonesia - A jet carrying 62 people lost contact with air traffic controllers minutes after taking off from Indonesia's capital on a domestic flight on Saturday, and debris found by fishermen was being examined to see if it was from the missing plane, officials said.
  • N.S. First Nation struggles to find market for 'moderate livelihood fishery' lobster

    HALIFAX - Cheryl Maloney, a Mi'kmaq treaty advocate and member of Sipekne'katik First Nation, stood on a wharf in the rural fishing village in Saulnierville, N.S.
  • Second Mi'kmaq fishery creating 'a big excitement' in small Cape Breton band

    The leader of a First Nation in southern Cape Breton that has started Nova Scotia's second self-regulated commercial Indigenous fishery says it has created a mood of excitement and optimism in his small community.
  • Japan quarantines cruise ship as toll of new virus grows

    TOKYO - Large white sheets covering them head-to-knee, people infected with a new virus were led by gloved and masked officials Wednesday off a Japanese cruise ship, while the rest of the 3,700 people on board faced a two-week quarantine in their cabins. In Hong Kong, more than 3,600 people on another cruise ship were to be screened after it was banned by Taiwan amid growing worry about the spread of an outbreak.
  • Little Bay Islanders say goodbye as N.L. town resettles, but some eye return

    LITTLE BAY ISLANDS, N.L. - On a clear Friday morning in mid-November, the MV Hazel McIsaac is packed with a gaggle of chatting passengers. U-Hauls and pick-up trucks are parked on the ferry's bottom deck, waiting to make the crossing to Little Bay Islands. Ten years after talk of relocation first started in the Newfoundland island community, it's finally about to happen.
  • Edmunds compares Jeep Gladiator with Colorado, Tacoma

    The midsize truck segment has been gaining in popularity in recent years. Now there's a new player in the segment to further stoke a truck lover's desire: the all-new 2020 Jeep Gladiator.
  • How Donald Trump boosted Nova Scotia's lucrative lobster industry

    HALIFAX - Canada's largest and most lucrative lobster fishery is slated to get started Saturday off Nova Scotia's southwest coast, where about 5,200 fishermen are geared up for what is expected to be another profitable season — thanks in part to Donald Trump.
  • US firms to Trump: Don't raise tariffs on more Chinese goods

    WASHINGTON - Fishermen off the Alaskan coast. A Florida maker of boat trailers. A building materials distributor in Tennessee.

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