TORONTO — The Liquor Control Board of Ontario is ramping up security measures at some of its locations across the province amid reports of an increase in brazen thefts at liquor stores.
WICHITA, Kan. — The family of conservative billionaire Charles Koch isn't pushing for property damage charges against a man who's accused of driving through the private gate of a home last month and ramming an officer's patrol car.
OTTAWA — New ideas for federal gun-control rules will likely come with in weeks, says the minister responsible for devising them.
WASHINGTON — It's one of the most sensitive security challenges in America: The State of the Union address puts the president, his Cabinet, members of Congress, military leaders, top diplomats and Supreme Court justices all in the same place at the same time for all the world to see.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The FBI says an armoured truck guard suspected of fleeing with cash taken from a truck in Kentucky has been arrested in Connecticut.
HALIFAX — New restrictions on the possession of body armour will take effect in Nova Scotia on Feb. 20.
WINNIPEG — The grand chief who represents First Nations in northern Manitoba says it's alarming that RCMP have investigated nine sexual assault allegations at one power station construction site.
NEW YORK — A woman stuck for three days and nights in the private elevator of a Manhattan townhouse owned by a billionaire investment banker was rescued, police said.
The employer of a Canadian man detained in China is expressing confidence in the Trudeau government following the firing of John McCallum.
SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — The Illinois Supreme Court ruled Friday that a woman can sue Six Flags Great America for fingerprinting her child without telling her how the data would be used in violation of the state's biometric law, which privacy advocates consider to be the nation's strongest biometric data safeguards.

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