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Doug Ford set to announce inquiry into previous Liberal government’s spending

TORONTO — Ontario’s new Progressive Conservative government is expected to announce details today of an inquiry into the previous Liberal government’s spending. The Canadian Press has learned that Premier Doug Ford will announce the Commission of Inquiry that will look at the provincial deficit and come up with ways to address it. The premier pledged […]

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Netflix’s lackluster slate of original TV shows could have weighed down growth last quarter, but that is set to change

Netflix shares took a hit Monday after the streaming giant missed badly on its subscriber growth targets for Q2. Netflix’s slate of Q2 original TV shows could have played a factor. Returning shows weren’t mega-hits, and the one that was, “13 Reasons Why,” was lackluster in its second season. Q2 also lacked new shows that […]

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2 top Republican senators are issuing fresh warnings that Trump should reverse his tariffs

Two GOP senators, Orrin Hatch and Bob Corker, said Tuesday lawmakers could reign in President Donald Trump’s trade authority to block the president’s recent tariffs. “If the administration continues forward with its misguided and reckless reliance on tariffs, I will work to advance trade legislation to curtail presidential trade authority,” said Hatch, the Senate Finance […]

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10 Best Prime Day Book Deals (2018)

Looking for Prime Day book deals? We’ve rounded up the best of the best book deals for Prime Day 2018. Whether you’re into physical books or prefer the convenience of ebooks and audiobooks, there’s a deal on this list that will inspire the bookworm in you. 1. 3 Months of Kindle Unlimited for 99 Cents […]