WASHINGTON—Air traffic controllers’ work schedules often lead to chronic fatigue, making them less alert and endangering the safety of the country’s air traffic system, according to a study the U.S. government kept secret for years.
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LONDON—Britons are buzzing over a temporary entry in the capital’s already saturated drinking scene: breathable booze.
The pop-up bar, Alcoholic Architecture, uses a humidifier to pump a gin and tonic vapour into an enclosed space. Patrons absorb their alcohol from the “Cloud” by breathing in the vapours and by soaking it in through the skin and eyes.
VANCOUVER—A CBC journalist who was kissed by a stranger on live TV has received an apology, but she’s still being attacked by others online for making a complaint to police.
Megan Batchelor was reporting from a music festival in Squamish, B.C., north of Vancouver, Friday when a stranger came up from behind, kissed her on the cheek at the same time as he took a picture of the event.
WASHINGTON — Anyone professing shock over the symphony of personal slurs delivered by Donald Trump clearly wasn’t paying attention to him before he became a presidential candidate.
For more than a quarter-century, he’s chronicled in exhaustive detail his passion for put-downs. He’s written, granted interviews and tweeted repeatedly about the value of vengeance.
TOKYO—A power plant operator said it will restart a reactor in southern Japan tomorrow, the first restart under new safety requirements following the Fukushima disaster and a milestone for the nation’s return to nuclear power.
Kyushu Electric Power Co. said Monday that it will restart the No. 1 reactor at its Sendai nuclear plant tomorrow morning.
PORT HAWKESBURY, N.S.—A Canadian paper mill that relies on exports to the United States to maintain more than 330 jobs at its Cape Breton mill says it will fight hard against a decision by the U.S. government to slap large tariffs onto its coated paper products.
VAUGHAN, Ont.—Police have issued a Canada-wide arrest warrant for a 27-year-old man wanted in connection with a fatal shooting at a cafe north of Toronto in June.
York Regional Police say Jason Hay of Mississauga, Ont., is wanted in connection with the incident at the Moka Expresso Bar Cafe in Vaughan, Ont.
By Jim Salter and Jim Suhr THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
FERGUSON, Mo.—A man who authorities say opened fire on officers in Ferguson, Missouri, on the anniversary of Michael Brown’s death was critically wounded when the officers shot back, St. Louis County’s police chief said early today.
SAN DIEGO—As Jason Thrasher lowered his helicopter to a park with seven firefighters aboard, he saw what he thought was another firefighting chopper battling a blaze that was threatening homes.
SQUAMISH, B.C.—Another television reporter doing a live report received a jarring distraction after a man kissed her on the cheek.
CBC reporter Megan Batchelor was covering a music festival in Squamish, B.C., north of Vancouver, on Friday when the incident happened.