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Polio · Washington
Polio detected in New York City sewage suggesting local circulation of virus, health officials say
Polio detected in New York City's sewage, suggesting the virus is circulating there. One person suffered paralysis weeks ago because of a polio infection in Rockland County, north of the city. It is possible that hundreds of people in the state have gotten polio and don't know it, officials said.See the Story
59% Center coverage: 181 sources
Middle East · Jerusalem
Palestinian officials: Israel killed Al Jazeera reporter
Shireen Abu Akleh was shot in the head on May 11 during an Israeli military raid in the occupied West Bank. Witnesses and Palestinian officials have said she was hit by Israeli fire. Israel says she was shot during a battle between its soldiers and Palestinian militants. It says that only a ballistic analysis of the bullet -- which is held by the Palestinian Authority -- can determine who fired the fatal shot.See the Story
46% Center coverage: 69 sources
Justin Trudeau · Ottawa
Trudeau says inviting Iran to Vancouver soccer friendly is not 'a very good idea'
The Association of Families of Flight PS752 Victims called for Canada Soccer to cancel the game immediately. The Canadian government says 55 Canadian citizens and 30 permanent residents were among the 176 people killed. The Iranian team will be accompanied by the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) - the same entity that downed PS752.See the Story
45% Center coverage: 9 sources
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US & Canada · Washington
U.S. Senate confirms Biden's pick to lead firearms bureau
Steve Dettelbach only the second person to ever be confirmed as ATF director in 16 years. U.S. Senate voted to confirm President Joe Biden's nominee to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) On Tuesday, the Senate confirmed the career prosecutor.See the Story
53% Left coverage: 34 sources
Europe · Ottawa
Canada adds Vladimir Putin's alleged girlfriend, Alina Kabaeva, to the sanctions list
Canada has imposed sanctions on Alina Kabaeva, who is reportedly the girlfriend of Russian President Vladimir Putin. The former Olympic gymnast is one of 22 close associates of the Russian regime added to the sanctions list over the country's ongoing invasion of Ukraine. Canada has sanctioned more than 1,500 individuals and entities since Russia annexed Crimea in 2014.See the Story
39% Right coverage: 13 sources
Europe · Brussels
Brussels approves Poland's €35-billion recovery plan despite lingering rule of law concerns
European Commission approves billions of euros in economic recovery funds for Poland. Money will not flow until Warsaw makes reforms to the judiciary. Poland is to get 23.9 billion euros in grants and 11.5 billion euro in cheap loans over several years. The Commission has long been at loggerheads with Poland's ruling nationalists.See the Story
57% Left coverage: 14 sources
US & Canada · Oregon City
Missing Saskatoon woman found in U.S. faces charges on both sides of border
Dawn Marie Walker, 38, is facing charges in the United States related to unauthorized use of identification and in Canada related to parental abduction and public mischief. Walker and her son were reported missing last month, but police said they were found safe in Oregon City on Friday. The boy was returned to Canada on Sunday after a legal guardian picked him up.See the Story
40% Right coverage: 10 sources
US & Canada · Ottawa
Federal COVID-19 border restrictions extended for another month
Public Health Agency of Canada says COVID-19 restrictions at the border will remain in place for at least another month. Parliament voted down a Conservative opposition motion to revert to pre-pandemic rules for travel. The Canadian Airports Council has blamed massive customs delays across the country on the pandemic measures.See the Story
38% Left coverage: 8 sources
US & Canada · Ottawa
Pope's health is an 'extreme concern' but trip to Canada remains unchanged: Miller
Crown-Indigenous Relations Minister Marc Miller says Pope Francis's upcoming trip to Canada remains unchanged at the moment. Miller's comments come after the Vatican announced last week the 85-year-old Pope would reschedule his trip to Africa to avoid interrupting therapy he is undergoing for his knee.See the Story
42% Center coverage: 7 sources
Feds · Ottawa
Man seeking RCMP records told it would cost feds $21 million to process request
A researcher seeking records about an RCMP investigation from Canada's national archives was told it would cost the government more than $21 million to process his request. The man filed an access request with Library and Archives Canada in January upon learning of another applicant's struggle to obtain the large cache of records from a two-decade-old RCMP corruption probe. The Canadian Press has agreed not to identify the requester, a public servant in the National Capital Region.See the Story
34% Center coverage: 6 sources