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Potters Corner comes out on top in Virtual Grand National [Video]

Potters Corner comes out on top in Virtual Grand National

Racing fans watch the Virtual Grand National after all horseracing in Great Britain was suspended until at least the end of April. Potters Corner won the virtual competition, beating runner-up Walk In..

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Mark Wahlberg Gets Manicure Amid Coronavirus Lockdown [Video]

Mark Wahlberg Gets Manicure Amid Coronavirus Lockdown

Mark Wahlberg is getting a manicure amid the coronavirus lockdown.

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This Giraffe Is Totally Confused To See A Porcupine [Video]

This Giraffe Is Totally Confused To See A Porcupine

This giraffe didn't know what to make of a porcupine.

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What Happens To Your Body If You Drink Diet Soda Every Day [Video]

What Happens To Your Body If You Drink Diet Soda Every Day

What happens if you drink diet soda every day.

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Coronavirus: Alaskan Town Where Everyone Lives In Same Building Uniquely Vulnerable [Video]

Coronavirus: Alaskan Town Where Everyone Lives In Same Building Uniquely Vulnerable

The coronavirus pandemic poses an especially dangerous threat to one town where most of the population lives in a single building.

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Dairy Farmers Dumping Milk Despite Unprecedented Demand [Video]

Dairy Farmers Dumping Milk Despite Unprecedented Demand

The coronavirus pandemic has upended food markets and supply chains worldwide. Now, Reuters reports the US dairy industry is beginning to show signs of strain. Despite an unprecedented demand for..

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Student musicians virtually celebrate Easter with the elderly [Video]

Student musicians virtually celebrate Easter with the elderly

Student musicians virtually celebrate Easter with the elderly

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Deer crossing ahead on this snowy road [Video]

Deer crossing ahead on this snowy road

A herd of deer tentatively make their way across the road on a snowy day.

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A colourful sunrise greets the residents of Weyburn, Saskatchewan [Video]

A colourful sunrise greets the residents of Weyburn, Saskatchewan

The sky put on a gorgeous display on the morning of April 4th.

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Villa Ballanca Gives Over 1,000 Free Meals To People In Need [Video]

Villa Ballanca Gives Over 1,000 Free Meals To People In Need

Villa Ballanca Gives Over 1,000 Free Meals To People In Need

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Record 311,000 file initial unemployment claims in Michigan [Video]

Record 311,000 file initial unemployment claims in Michigan

Record 311,000 file initial unemployment claims in Michigan

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Snow gently falls on Manitoba backyard [Video]

Snow gently falls on Manitoba backyard

Spring snow adds to the amount already on the ground.

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Meet Ronnie and Donnie Galyon: the world's oldest conjoined twins [Video]

Meet Ronnie and Donnie Galyon: the world's oldest conjoined twins

Meet Ronnie and Donnie Galyon: the world's oldest conjoined twins

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AG William Barr Speeds Release of Vulnerable Inmates as Virus Surges [Video]

AG William Barr Speeds Release of Vulnerable Inmates as Virus Surges

Attorney General William Barr has ordered the release of vulnerable inmates from three federal prisons.

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Cautious optimism as Italy shows initial signs of crisis slowing [Video]

Cautious optimism as Italy shows initial signs of crisis slowing

A slowing rate of hospitalisations requiring intensive care may mean the peak of Italy's crisis is within sight.

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4 Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists killed in an encounter in Kulgam [Video]

4 Hizbul Mujahideen terrorists killed in an encounter in Kulgam

Four terrorists belonging to Hizbul Mujahideen were killed in an encounter in Hardmand Guri village in Kulgam. The terrorists are believed to be involved in the killings of several civilians in the..

Credit: HT Digital Content     Duration: 01:27Published
John Kosich's Democracy 2020; April 5, 2020 with Dr. Amy Acton [Video]

John Kosich's Democracy 2020; April 5, 2020 with Dr. Amy Acton

Getting to know Ohio Health Director Dr. Amy Acton in this edition of John Kosich's Democracy 2020.

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Amazon in talks with coronavirus test makers [Video]

Amazon in talks with coronavirus test makers

Amazon.com has been in touch with two coronavirus test makers as it considers how to screen its staff and reduce infection risks at its warehouses, Reuters has learned. Fred Katayama reports.

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Correct Ways to Use Masks and Gloves [Video]

Correct Ways to Use Masks and Gloves

Experts speak on correct ways to use masks and gloves during pandemic

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Money Talks for April 4, 2020 [Video]

Money Talks for April 4, 2020

Brad Zucker discusses how to avoid stimulus check scams.

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13 Action News Latest Headlines | April 4, 11am [Video]

13 Action News Latest Headlines | April 4, 11am

Watch the latest 13 Action News headlines any time.

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Small Businesses Try To Apply For Loan Assistance Amid Coronavirus Pandemic [Video]

Small Businesses Try To Apply For Loan Assistance Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

The United States Chamber of Commerce says a new poll shows nearly a quarter of small businesses say they can only survive two more months before they have to permanently close. 

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How India is using drones for sanitization & making lockdown a success [Video]

How India is using drones for sanitization & making lockdown a success

Drones are being used in India to combat against COVID-19. Police personnel and authorities have been using drones in various parts of India. In Punjab, Kerala, Mumbai, drones are being used by police..

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COVID-19 gender bias: Are men more vulnerable to the virus? [Video]

COVID-19 gender bias: Are men more vulnerable to the virus?

A new study has shown that men are three times more likely to die of coronavirus disease. In China, men account for around two-third (64%) of all deaths. Italy, Spain, South Korea, France and Germany..

Credit: HT Digital Content     Duration: 03:52Published
Career Source trying to get workers trained [Video]

Career Source trying to get workers trained

In Lee County, the company Career Source helps people get their unemployment application filed. But right now, it only has one person answering calls. That's because more people need to be trained and..

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Ontario reports 375 new COVID-19 cases, 27 more deaths, total rises to 3,630

Ontario health officials reported 375 new COVID-19 infections and 27 more deaths, taking the provincial total including recoveries to 3,630.
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Male cyclist struck, then beaten by motorist in Rexdale: police

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With just over 12,500 cases of COVID-19 reported across Canada, including 219 deaths, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is expected to announce more financial support Saturday aimed at helping the most..
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Canada's oil producers could only sit and watch as the price of their product plummeted last month to less than what it costs to buy a litre of soda, hit by the double whammy of a COVID-19-induced drop..
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Liberals' agenda put on shelf by COVID-19

As a new year dawned, the government's throne-speech commitments, unfurled just weeks earlier, were grabbing headlines and galvanizing the attention of federal policy-makers.
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'There was no normal to come back to': Former Diamond Princess cruise passengers struggle with long isolation

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Why COVID-19 testing varies so much across Canada

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COVID-19 adds extra anxiety as feds, provinces prepare for flood and wildfire season

The federal government and provinces are updating their contingency plans to tackle the upcoming spring flood and wildfire seasons as they also try to keep COVID-19 contained.
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Alberta health minister used confidential information to call protesting doctors

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